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Resuscitation tables: a useful tool in calculating pre-burns unit fluid requirements
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  • Thomas H McKinnell
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    • Thomas H McKinnell, Registrar in Plastic Surgery
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      • Alice Hartley, Keith Allison

    Sir,

    Whilst we feel that Lindford et al(1)’s work has many admirable points, we also feel it important to point out minor areas about the study which detract from its overall impact.

    Whilst details of the subgroups in the sample size of 50 assessors is given, unfortunately there is no similar breakdown in the information about their answer regarding size of burn requiring resuscitation in adults and chi...

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