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Abstract Sir.—Hydrogen peroxide is an irrigant widely used for the cleansing of dirty wounds. Subcutaneous gas caused by the liberation of oxygen from hydrogen peroxide when it is used as an irrigant under pressure is an unusual but potentially serious complication (see also Oberg and Lindsey1)...
Abstract • A 3-month-old child with bilateral cleft lip and palate and holoprosencephaly was hospitalized after he developed diabetes insipidus presumably due to hypothalamic dysfunction. He was initially treated with subcutaneous vasopressin injection but was switched to therapy with...
Abstract The report by Schneider and Hebert,1 "Subcutaneous Gas From Hydrogen Peroxide Administration Under Pressure," encourages us to speak out on certain practices commonly utilized in the preparation of open wounds. While some object to "pressurized anything," we do not. We find the surgical...
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