Subcutaneous adrenaline infiltration in paediatric burn surgery.


Paediatric burn surgery may be associated with significant blood loss and postoperative pain. To investigate methods of reducing these symptoms, we studied a prospective series of 29 children with small to medium sized burns. Presurgically both the burn wound and split skin graft donor sites were injected with a 1:500,000 adrenaline solution, to which… (More)


  • Presentations referencing similar topics