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Toxic shock syndrome in burns: diagnosis and management
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    Management points for Toxic Shock Syndrome
    • Julia E Clark, Consultant Paediatric Infectious Disease
    • Other Contributors:
      • Tom Dawson, Shazia Adalat, Scott Hacket

    Dear Editor,

    We welcome the Education and Debate article on Toxic Shock Syndrome(1), which helps improve the profile of this potentially devastating disease and enhances diagnostic recognition.

    It is however important to highlight some specific areas in prevention, diagnosis and therapy which are not fully discussed within this review.

    As the authors state, early diagnosis can be difficult but...

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