Pediatric Dog Bite Prevention: Are We Barking Up the Wrong Tree or Just Not Barking Loud Enough?

@article{Bykowski2017PediatricDB,
  title={Pediatric Dog Bite Prevention: Are We Barking Up the Wrong Tree or Just Not Barking Loud Enough?},
  author={Michael R Bykowski and Sameer Shakir and Sanjay Naran and Darren P. Smith and Jesse A. Goldstein and Lorelei J. Grunwaldt and Richard A. Saladino and Joseph E. Losee},
  journal={Pediatric emergency care},
  year={2017}
}
OBJECTIVES The objectives of this study were (1) to evaluate dog bite-related injuries and associated medical documentation and (2) to compare these results with a study of dog bites from the same institution 10 years prior. METHODS Data were retrospectively collected from a pediatric emergency department from July 2007 to July 2011 for patients treated for dog bites. These data were then compared with data from the same institution from 10 years prior. RESULTS A total of 1017 bite injuries… CONTINUE READING
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