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1 Associated Professor of Plastic Surgery of Iran University of Medical Sciences, Trauma and Injury Research Center, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

2 School of Medicine, Iran university of medical sciences, Tehran, Iran

3 Resident of General Surgery, Booshehr University of Medical Sciences, Booshehr, Iran

4 Associate professor of Anesthesiology and pain, Burn Research center, Iran university of medical science, Tehran, Iran

5 Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Department of Anaesthesiology, school of medicine, Iran university of medical sciences, Tehran, Iran

6 Mater Hospital Brisbane, General Surgery Principal Hospital Officer, Australia


amnion implantation in the operating room on children's acute second degree burn wounds in patients referred to Shahid Motahari Hospital in Tehran in 2022-2023. Study method: In this cross-sectional study, which retrospectively examines the results of amniocentesis in children referred to Shahid Motahari Hospital in Tehran in 2022-2023, patient records are examined to collect information. Findings: The information of 203 children under 16 years of age who underwent amniocentesis in Shahid Motahari hospital with 2nd degree burns between 2022 and the end of December 1401 were analyzed. Their average age was 4.86±3.937. 59.6% of the subjects were boys and 40.4% were girls. The average duration of hospitalization was 6.62±4.483 days. 96.1% of the burns happened at home, 1.9% in the park and 1.5% in the street. The frequency of burn percentage of patients is 37.4% in the range of 10-19%, 29.1% in the range of 20-29%, 20.7% in the range of 0-9%, 11.3% in the range of 30-39%, 1% in the range of 40-49%. and 0.5% was in the range of 50-59%. 64.5% of children with boiling water, 12.8% with food, 7.9% with gasoline, 4.4% with flames, 3% with alcohol, 2.5% with gas canisters, 2% with city gas, 2% with flammable materials, 0.5% with coal. And 0.5% were burned by a hot object. 75.4% of patients had trunk burns, 68.5% had arm and forearm burns, 50.7% had head and neck burns, 48.8% had thigh and leg burns, 35% had hand burns, 12.8% had leg burns, and 2% had whole body burns. 20.7% of patients needed grafting during hospitalization. Out of 131 people who suffered scald burns, 27 people needed grafting. Out of 26 people who suffered food burns, 3 people needed grafting. Out of 16 people who were burned with gasoline, 6 people needed grafting.


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