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Evaluation of the management of skin burns in children at the pediatric university hospital of Bangui

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Ndoma, V.N., Poutou-Piri, D.B., Gbelesso, J.S. and Gaudeuille, A.
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Introduction: Burning in a child is a relatively common occurrence in everyday life. The resulting support benefits not only the children but the entire community. The objective of this study is to evaluate the management of burned children in Bangui. Methodology: This is a retrospective analytical study carried out at the Department of Surgery of the Pediatric University Hospital Center of Bangui from April 2013 to December 2016. The data were collected from the exploitation sheets and analyzed on the software. Epi-info version 7. Results: 216 patients were included. Burns were more prevalent among boys (56.48%) than girls (43.42%). The average age was 6 years old. The patients came from Bangui in 63.88% of cases. 54% of parents were of low socio-economic status. The main place of accident was home (97%) and parents were involved in 65% of cases. The thermal cause was dominant (87.5%) and immersion (65%). Headquarters regions (34.7%) were the most affected. Patients were medically treated (56%) and 4% required secondary skin grafting. The evolution was uncomplicated in 150 patients (66.44%). The average duration of hospitalization was 22 days. 20 deaths (9.25%) were deplored. Traditional treatment and burned skin area greater than 15% appeared to be associated with this lethality rate. Conclusion: Improved home monitoring and scalding education are key to reducing burns in children in Bangui.

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