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Dressings for superficial and partial thickness burns

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Despite some potentially positive findings, the evidence, which largely derives from trials with methodological shortcomings, is of limited usefulness in aiding clinicians in choosing suitable treatments.
An acute burn wound is a complex and evolving injury. Extensive burns produce, in addition to local …

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World Malaria Day (25 April 2010)

The world witnesses 247 million people developing malaria every year, and one million deaths – mostly children under five. Families, governments, and donors spend considerable amounts in treating and preventing the disease, and this must be spent wisely and according to reliable evidence. Since malaria …

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Anaesthesia for treating distal radial fracture in adults

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There was insufficient evidence to establish the relative effectiveness of different methods of anaesthesia, different associated physical techniques or the use of drug adjuncts in the treatment of distal radial fractures. There is, however, some indication that haematoma block provides poorer analgesia …

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Results of the Evidence Aid Needs Assessment Survey

 
Results of the Evidence Aid Needs Assessment Survey now published: Kayabu B, Clarke M. The Use of Systematic Reviews and Other Research Evidence in Disasters and Related Areas: Preliminary Report of a Needs Assessment Survey. PLOS Currents Disasters. 2013 Jan 22 [last modified: 2013 Jan …

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We hope you like our new site. You can find everything you need to know about Evidence Aid here including our Mission Statement, how to contact us and what crucial resources we are collating.

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