As survival rates for patients with burns have improved, the need for effective treatments for chronic pain in this population has become more pressing.
The use of gabapentin, pregabalin, or both is effective for reducing pruritus and neuropathic pain in burn survivors.
Case report of gynecologist accidentally exposed to trichloroacetic acid illustrates teaching points.
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