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Last Updated: 16 April 2022

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Evaluation of patterns, cause and risk factors of burns in patients with seizure.

Background Burns after convulsion can be an important issue for patients with epilepsy. In the current research, we sought to determine the pattern and the cause of burns in these patients. Methods This is a cross-sectional analysis that was conducted in Guilan in 2017-2019 on 40 patients with burns after seizure. 5 cases due to fire, 3 cases due to electrocution, 15 cases with hot water, 5 cases with hot water, 1 case with hot bath, 2 cases with hot food, and 1 case with hot glue were all found on fire, five cases due to firefighter, 5 cases due to electrocution, 5 cases due to electrocution, 5 cases with hot water, 15 cases with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 5 cases with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot glue, 5 cases with hot water, 5 cases with electrocution, 3 cases due to electrocution, 5 cases with explosive, 5 cases, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot glue, 1 case with hot glue, 5 cases with hot water, 5 cases with hot water, 5 cases with hot water, 5 cases with electrocution, 5 cases with electrocution, 5 cases with 3 cases with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with hot water, 1 case with Conclusion Hot water, fire, and hot surface are the most common causes of burns, and there are strong direct correlations between age and percentage of burns and duration of hospitalization, which are illustrated by graphs.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35309104

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