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<< An Evidence-Based Approach To Electrical Injuries In Children (Trauma CME)

Summary

Electrical injuries are uncommon in the pediatric population, although they can result in serious injury.13 The spectrum of electrical injuries is wide, and it varies, depending on the type of exposure. Young children are at higher risk of sustaining low-voltage injuries, whereas older children and adolescents more frequently experience high-voltage injuries. All patients should be rapidly assessed upon arrival to the ED.

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