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An investigation of the factors associated with an increased risk of psychological morbidity in burn injured patients
Previous research aimed at identifying factors that increase the risk of major burns patients experiencing psychological problems post-burn has generally ignored the potential role of psychological factors. In a prospective ...
Modifiable risk factors for scald injury in children under 5 years of age: A multi-centre case-control study
OBJECTIVE: To determine the relationship between a range of modifiable risk factors and medically attended scalds in children under the age of 5 years. METHODS: Multicentre matched case-control study in acute hospitals, ...
An investigation of the prevalence of psychological morbidity in burn-injured patients
Research on the psychological impact of burn injuries has concentrated on major burns, while small burns have been largely neglected. In a prospective study, 45 patients with burn injuries ranging from 1 per cent or less ...