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    Consensus on the prehospital approach to burns patient management. February 2004

    Dear Editor

    We thank Allison Walker for her letter and helpful comments.[1] With respect to mention of the fire service with this patient group; care was taken to generically include all pre-hospital carers and there were two representatives from the fire service present at the consensus meeting. The fire services nationally are looking to use these guidelines as a standard of care and interface with their ambulanc...

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    Dear Editor

    This consensus paper on the burns patient management in prehospital care1 is an important development in the standardised care of these patients by providers of early emergency care. However, there appear to be a few anomalies in the paper. The authors fail to mention the role of the fire service in the early management of these patients, although several services carry burns first aid equipment and me...

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