Burns safety

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 30 June 2015

10 mins

Over 1,000 children are admitted to Australian hospitals for burns treatment every year. Roughly 60% of these cases are due to scalds from hot liquids.

In this episode we talk about the main causes of burns in children and we discuss how to treat and prevent them.

GUEST: Linda Quinn, Advanced Clinical Practice Consultant, Women's and Children's Hospital Burns Unit in Adelaide

WEBSITE: Women's and Children's Hospital - burns information

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