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Table 1 Age, sex, indication, time, cost, additional treatment, complications, and cosmetic satisfaction have been demonstrated.

From: Emergency wounds treated with cyanoacrylate and long-term results in pediatrics: a series of cases; what are the advantages and boards?

Patient Age Sex Indi.∞ Mean repair time (minutes) Cost ($) Additional approach Compli.Ω Cosm.(VAS scores 06–10; plas.sur¶-parents ø)
1 2 F Facial (Medial cheek-oblique-1.3 cm) 2+2 2 × 13.71 _ Opened same day 8.5-8
2 15 F Dorsal phalanx (2nd, 3rd, 4th phalanx- linear-0.8-1-1 cm) 2+10 13.71+3.23 Plaster _ Missed at the end of 6 month
3 4 M Facial (Lower corner chin- horizontal -non-straight-2.2 cm) 2+1+5 13.71+0.81+3.20 Anesthetic-single median suture _ 9–9.5
4 11 F Facial (Medial forehead-vertical-1.6 cm) 2 13.71   Exuda 8–9
5 3 F Facial (Medial chin-oblique-0.9 cm) 2 13.71 _ _ 8–9.5
6 7 M Facial (Lateral chin-oblique-1.8 cm) 2 13.71 _ _ 8–9
7 16 M Upper Lip (Corner-subflap-1.7 cm) 2 13.71 _ _ 8–9.5
8 12 M Mouth (Mucosal area+ lower lip's corner+lateral chin+upper lip-non-straight-1-1.1-0.4 cm) 2+1+5 13.71+0.81+3.20 Anesthetic-single median corner suture _ 8–9
9 4 M Facial (Forehead-oblique 1.2 cm) 2 13.71 _ _ 8–9.5
  1. ∞ Indication, Ω. Complication, ξ. Cosmesis. ¶Plastic surgeon.ø Patient and parents