Short Reports and Correspondence| Volume 60, ISSUE 4, P450-451, April 2007

Camping gas burns: our experience

Published:November 30, 2006DOI:
      Camping gas canisters are used worldwide, particularly in portable stoves and camping gas lights. Over the past six years, 29 camping gas burns were referred to our Unit. We suspect that the risk of burn accidents related to this device may be underrated.
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