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Risk Management Pitfalls For Managing Caustic Ingestions In The Emergency Department

  1. “My patient didn’t have any oral lesions after a caustic ingestion, so I didn’t think an endoscopy was indicated.” The presence or absence of oral findings on physical examination is not a reliable marker to predict the presence or absence of distal gastrointestinal tract injury.

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