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POLL: Do Your Treat Burns in Your Practice/Clinic?


Click here to answer this week's poll.

As the 4th of July approaches, the risk of accidental burns increases with fireworks, firepits, and outdoor grilling. We want to know, as a dermatology provider, do you treat burns, or do you refer patients elsewhere?

Do you treat burns in your practice/clinic?

Yes, I treat varying degrees of burns
Yes, but only minor/first-degree burns
No, I do not treat any burns
I treat burns in terms of post-scarring

If you have additional thoughts about the dermatologist's or advanced practice provider's role in burn care, email us at DTEditors@mmhgroup.com.

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