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Lidocaine–epinephrine–tetracaine (LET) ameliorates pain associated with laceration repair using tissue adhesive in children.
Further research about the final outcome of the laceration repair such as wound healing is required.
Trauma, in general, and lacerations, in particular, remain among the most common reasons for the emergency department visits worldwide. Different techniques exist for closing lacerations, including sutures, staples, hair tie and adhesive glue. Adhesive glue is gaining popularity as the preferred method due to the speed …
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