A significant number of splints placed for pediatric upper extremity fractures in emergency departments and urgent care settings are inappropriately or inadequately applied, leading to adverse outcomes.
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Clinical Paper Session 04: Pediatrics
Friday, September 19, 2014 • 10:05–10:12 AM
Category: Treatment, Prognosis/Outcomes, Patient Education, Medical/Legal
Keyword: Hand and Wrist, Elbow and Forearm, Shoulder and Arm, Congenital and Pediatric Problems, General Principles
© 2014 Published by Elsevier Inc.