Etiology And Pathophysiology | Pediatric Ingestions: Emergency Department Management

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Etiology And Pathophysiology

The normal developmental characteristics of children, including frequent hand-to-mouth behavior and increasing mobility and exploration, contribute to ingestions by pediatric patients. Morbidity and mortality resulting from these ingestions are functions of the degree of toxicity and amount of the ingested agent. 

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