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, 329 (7463), 447-9

Burns in the Developing World and Burn Disasters

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Burns in the Developing World and Burn Disasters

Rajeev B Ahuja et al. BMJ.

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Cooking at floor level in loose fitting clothes such as “dupatta” places women at increased risk of burn injury
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Figure 2
Cheap kerosene cooking stoves, which are prone to malfunction, are a common cause of burns
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Figure 3
Unsupervised use of fireworks by children during festivals such as Diwali increases the incidence of burns during the festival period
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Role of hospital in disaster management
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Major arms of a disaster plan

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