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BET 2: no evidence for prophylactic antibiotics in pinna laceration.

A short cut review was carried out to establish whether prophylactic antibiotics should be given to patients with a laceration to the pinna. No studies directly answered the question. The clinical bottom line is that there is a lack of evidence on this subject and that local expert advice should be sought.

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