Published: Jordan Grush

Dr. Jordan Grush (Medicine) co-authored "A Case Series of Chemical Dermal Injury Requiring Operative Intervention after Prolonged Dermal Methylene Chloride Exposure," which recently was published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Medical Toxicology. The case series describes three patients requiring transfer to a tertiary burn center after prolonged skin contact with methylene chloride, also known as dichloromethane, a volatile hydrocarbon used in paint strippers. Grush is an emergency medicine resident.

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