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nasal canula during intubation

Linwood R Haith, Wil Santavasi, Tyler K Shapiro, Cynthia L Reigart, Mary Lou Patton, Robert E Guilday, Bruce H Ackerman
Approximately 100 operating room (OR) fires occur per year in the United States, with 15% resulting in serious injuries. Intraoperative cautery was frequently associated with OR fires before 1994; however, use of supplemental oxygen (O(2)), ethanol-based products, and disposable drapes have been more frequently associated with OR fires. Fires resulting from cosmetic and other small procedures involving use of nasal canula O(2) and electrocautery have been described in six published reports. We report five thermal injury cases admitted to our burn treatment center because of fires during surgical procedures over a 5-year period...
September 2012: Journal of Burn Care & Research: Official Publication of the American Burn Association
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