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Basic management
  Green: complete   Antibiotics are indicated following dog bites
  Green: complete   Tap water is an adequate cleansant for minor wounds
  Green: complete   Steristrips better than sutures for pre-tibial lacerations
  Green: complete   Plain or buffered lignocaine for local anaesthetic
  Green: complete   Management of uncomplicated soft tissue gunshot wounds
  Green: complete   Use of sterile gloves in the treatment of simple wounds
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Management of punch wounds to the MCPJ caused by teeth
  Green: complete   Staples or sutures for repair of scalp laceration in adults
  Green: complete   Staples may be more effective and quicker than sutures in children with scalp lacerations
  Yellow: electronic pre-print   Topical antihistamines for insect bites
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Antitetanus immunisation in the elderly
  Green: complete   Topical anaesthetic versus lidocaine infiltration to allow closure of skin wounds in children
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Nurse practitioners and minor injuries in Emergency Departments
  BET Title Available 159 Months   Management of traumatic pinna haematoma
  Green: complete   Treatment of Jellyfish Stings in UK coastal waters: Vinegar or Sodium Bicarbonate
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Is conservative management of stab wounds better than wound closure?
  Green: complete   Wound closure in animal bites
  Green: complete   Antibiotic prophylaxis for pre-tibial haematomas in the elderly
  Green: complete   Conservative management or suturing for small, uncomplicated hand wounds.
  Red: incomplete   Partial matricectomy and phenolisation is the treatment of choice for ingrowing toe nails?
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Intralesional Corticosteriod Administration is Ineffective in the Treatment of Kerions.
  Yellow: electronic pre-print   TAC or LAT for anaesthetising children's lacerations.
  Red: incomplete   Does topical chloramphenicol reduce scarring when applied to sutured facial wounds ?
  BET Title Available 228 Months   Wound Swabs in Open Fractures
  Green: complete There are 1 critical appraisals linked to this BET Absorbable sutures in pediatric lacerations.