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Burns, Chemical

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  • The effect of indomethacin 1% drops against a placebo (NaCl 0.9% solution) was tested in rabbits' corneas injured by a standardized chemical burn [17].
  • The criteria for admission to the unit are: children with burns involving at least 10% or adults with burns involving at least 20% of total body surface; burns affecting face, perineum or feet; suspected or proven airway injury; electric or chemical burns; age less than one year or above 50; or pre-existing disease with any extent of burns [18].

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  • Although he showed deep coma, chemical burns and pneumonia on admission, these symptoms gradually subsided [19].


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