SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Quinn JV, Drzewicki A, Li MM et al. A randomized, controlled trial comparing a tissue adhesive with suturing in the repair of pediatric facial lacerations. Ann Emerg Med. 1993; 22:11305.
  • Quinn JV, Wells GA, Sutcliff T et al. A randomized trial comparing octylcyanoacrylate tissue adhesive and sutures in the management of lacerations. JAMA. 1997; 277:152730.
  • Singer, AJ, Hollander, JE, Valentine, SM, Turque, TW, McCuskey, CF, Quinn, JV. A prospective randomized controlled trial of new tissue adhesive versus standard wound closure techniques for laceration repair. Acad Emerg Med. 1998; 5:949.
  • Bruns, TB, Simon, HK, McLario, DJ, Sullivan, KM, Wood, RJ, Anand, KJ. Laceration repair using a tissue adhesive in a children's emergency department. Pediatrics. 1996; 98:6735.
  • Bruns TB, Robinson BS, Smith RJ et al. A new tissue adhesive for laceration repair in children. J Pediatr. 1998; 132:106770.
  • Singer AJ, Hollander JE, Quinn JV. Evaluation and management of traumatic lacerations. N Engl J Med. 1997; 337:11428.
  • Laberge JM. Trucs et conseils pour traiter les lacerations chez le jeune enfant. Le Clinicien. 1997 October;: 6782.
  • Zukin DD, Inaba AS, Wuerker C. Emergency care of minor wounds. In BarkinRM (ed). Pediatric Emergency Medicine. St Louis , MO : Mosby, 1997, pp 43964.
  • Grisham J, Perro M. Laceration repair. In DieckmannRA, FiserDH, SelbstSM (eds). Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care Procedures. St Louis , MO : Mosby, 1997, pp 66979.
  • Selbst SM, Attia M. Minor trauma—lacerations. In: FleisherGR, LudwigS (eds). Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 4th ed. Philadelphia , PA : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2000, pp 147994.
  • Marcovchick V. Soft tissue injury and wound repair. In ReisdorffEJ, RobertsMR, WiegensteinJG (eds). Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Philadelphia , PA : W.B. Saunders Co., 1993, pp 899916.
  • LaBagnara J, A review of absorbable suture material in head and neck surgery and introduction of monocryl: a new absorbable suture. Ear Nose Throat J. 1995; 74:40915.
  • Canarelli, JP, Ricard, J, Collet, LM, Marasse, E. Use of fast absorbable material for skin closure in young children. Int Surg. 1988; 73:1512.
  • Gys T, Hubens A. A prospective comparative clinical study between monofilament absorbable and non-absorbable sutures for abdominal wall closure. Acta Chir Belg. 1989; 89:26570.
  • Webster, RC, McCollough, EG, Giandello, PR, Smith, RC. Skin wound approximation with new absorbable suture material. Arch Otolaryngol. 1985; 111:5179.
  • McNeil PM, Sugerman HJ. Continuous absorbable versus interrupted non-absorbable fascial closure. A prospective, randomized comparison. Arch Surg. 1986; 121:8213.
  • Guyuron B, Vaugahn C. A comparison of absorbable and non-absorbable suture materials for skin repair. Plast Reconstr Surg. 1992; 89:2346.
  • Hollander, JE, Singer, AJ, Valentine, S, Henry, MC. Wound registry: development and validation. Ann Emerg Med. 1995; 25:47585.
  • Quinn, JV, Drzwiecki, AE, Stiell, IG, Elmslie, TJ. Appearance scales to measure cosmetic outcomes of healed lacerations. Am J Emerg Med. 1995; 13:22931.
  • Quinn JV. Outcome measures in clinical wound studies: The reliability of cosmesis scales with a determination of a minimal clinically important difference [abstract]. Acad Emerg Med. 1997; 4:4101.
  • Start NJ, Armstrong AM, Robson NJ. The use of chromic catgut in the primary closure of scalp wounds in children. Arch Emerg Med. 1989; 6:2169.
  • Sheety PC, Dicksheet S, Scalea TM. Emergency department repair of hand lacerations using absorbable vicryl sutures. J Emerg Med. 1997; 15:6734.
  • Eland JM, Anderson JE. The experience of pain in children. In JacoxAK (ed). Pain: A Source Book for Nurses and Other Health Professionals. Boston , MA : Little Brown and Co., 1977, pp 45373.