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<< Evidence-Based Management Of Caustic Exposures In The Emergency Department

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Figures And Tables

Figure 1. Oropharyngeal Burns Secondary To Lye Ingestion

Image courtesy of Robert S. Hoffman, MD.

Figure 2. Chest X-Ray With Evidence Of Perforation After Caustic Ingestion

 

Figure 3. Endoscopic Findings Demonstrating Grade 2b Lesion After Ingestion Of Alkaline Caustic

Image courtesy of Robert S. Hoffman, MD.

Table 1. Common Caustics And Applications

Table 2. Factors Affecting Caustic Toxicity
Table 3. Approach To History-Taking In Patients With Caustic Ingestion

 

Table 4. Caustics That Cause Systemic Toxicity

Table 5. Endoscopic Grading Of Injury, Findings, And Prognosis

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Authors

Rachel S. Wightman, MD; Kevin B. Read, MLIS, MAS; Robert S. Hoffman, MD

Publication Date

May 1, 2016

CME Expiration Date

June 1, 2019

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