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(Southern Medical Journal[TA])
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  • Characteristics of Dog Bites in Arkansas. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(8):494-500
  • Smith AM, Carlson J, … Golinko MS
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this retrospective review are aligned mostly with the general trends found in previous national and global studies, supporting the notion that family dogs represent a more significant threat than often is realized and that, among the breeds identified, pit bulls are proportionally linked with more severe bite injuries. Our data further validate previous studies that note an increased risk of bites and bite severity in children younger than 5 years. In addition, our data show that bites to the head and neck occurred more frequently among children younger than 5 years than among older children, and that boys younger than 5 years were bitten more frequently than girls.
  • Bathing Habits in Emergency Department Patients with Cellulitis or Abscess Versus Controls. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(8):489-493
  • Barkhuff D, Nitta CH, … Weiss SJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: There was no significant difference in bathing habits, but there was a significant difference in laundry habits between the case and control groups. Our study further confirms that IV drug use is a risk factor for cellulitis and no access to clean clothes daily was significantly related to the development of cellulitis. Failing to obtain daily showers was not associated with an increase in infection.
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