Should serum creatinine kinase levels and an ECG be routinely obtained in low voltage electrical burn injuries?

Pallett, J. R.; Tunnicliff, M.; Keep, J. W.
June 2013
Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation & Emergency Medici;2013, Vol. 21 Issue Suppl 1, p1
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Should serum creatinine kinase levels and an ECG be routinely obtained in low voltage electrical burn injuries?," by J. R. Pallett and colleagues is presented.


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