Month: May 2019

Mr Raymond Quan1,2,3, Prof Damien Harkin3, Dr Christine Andrews4, A/Prof Leila Cuttle1,2,3 1Centre for Children’s Burns & Trauma Research, Centre for Children’s Health Research, South Brisbane, Australia, 2Tissue Repair and Translational Physiology Program, Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Kelvin...
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Dr Sandeep B1, Dr Ramesh Sharma1, Dr Chris  Song1, Peter Meier1 1Fiona Stanely Hospital, Perth, Australia Abstract: Electrical contact burns results in devastating soft tissue injuries. They require surgical debridement leading to loss of function or complete removal of the...
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Sandeep B1, Chang  Chew1, Dr Kiran Narula1, Dr Satya Swaroop Tripati 1Fiona Stanely Hospital, Perth, Australia Abstract: Introduction: Electrical contact burns are devastating. The contact burns usually occur in the limbs but can occur in other locations like scalp, abdomen,...
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Miss Andrea Mc Kittrick1, Ms Annie  Reeves1, Ms Alexandra  Lee2, Ms  Laurette Cloete2 1Department of Occuaptional Therapy, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Herston, Australia, 2School of Allied Health, Australian Catholic University, , Banyo, Australia Abstract: Background: Published incidences of cancer...
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Ms Kelly  Wardell1, Dr Anthony Penna1, Dr  Tim T  Wang1, Dr  John Vandervord1, A/Prof Damian D Marucci1,2 1The Childrens Hospital Westmead,  Westmead , Australia, 2Department of Surgery, The University of Sydney, Camperdown, Australia Abstract: Introduction: Alkaline or lithium-ion button batteries...
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Dr Marcus Cheng1, Dr Ebrar Al-Yasery1, Dr  Sarah Lonie1, Mr Wai-Ting Choi1 1Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Western Health, Sunshine, Australia Abstract: Burns are a common form of injury in the paediatric population. There is an increased incidence of...
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Dr Zhi Yuan Eugene Koh1 1Royal Hobart Hospital, Hobart, Australia Abstract: Introduction It has been found that more than a third of acute burn patients develop some form of peripheral neuropathy, with a higher incidence in patients with a greater...
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Miss Andrea Mc Kittrick1, Mrs Amber Jones1, Ms Sue Laracy1, Emeritus Professor Jenny Strong1, Dr Andre Bauer2 1Department of Occuaptional Therapy, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Herston , Australia, 2Consultation Liaison Psychiatry Service, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Herston, Australia...
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Dr Michael Taylor1, Dr Hannah Woodford2, Dr Monique  Bertinetti1 1Children’s Hospital Westmead, Westmead, Australia, 2Nepean Hospital , Penrith, Australia Abstract: Introduction: Children with sensorimotor deficits present treating teams with additional complex challenges in the coordination of their care. The epidemiology...
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Dr Nicola Clayton1,2,3,4,5, Ms Katina Skylas3,6, Ms Caroline  Place3,7, Miss Rosemarie Giannone2,7, Dr Frank  Li2,7, Ms Caroline Nicholls2,8, Mrs Cheryl Brownlow2,8, Dr Rosalba  Cross3, Dr Justine O’Hara2, Dr Andrea  Issler-Fisher2,9, Dr Mark Kol3, Prof Peter Maitz2,9 1Speech Pathology Department, Concord...
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