Determinants and outcome of esophageal caustic stricture interventions
This book is based on the research which is done by one the first female pediatric surgeons of a war torn country and her tireless struggles in giving hope of life to the society specially the children and trying to provide high stranded treatment in-spite of limited resources provided. Children makes one third our populations today, and our all future.Thinking about health of children today, will give us a healthy population tomorrow. Afghanistan has been in 40 years of unwanted wars, and counts as one of five young developing countries, beside researching the conflicts and outcomes of war, we need to study silent killers such as caustic ingestion. As we know,we can prevent from mortality and morbidity of caustic ingestion by taking very ordinary measures but unfortunately no such measures are being taking care of, and the incidence are significant, so we are hoping this study be the first step for start to work in such area and create general awareness.*
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Pediatric, Caustic ingestion, Esophageal, Children, Afghanistan
, Rahimi, M. T.
, Ali, T. S.
(2019). Determinants and outcome of esophageal caustic stricture interventions, p. 80.
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