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Featured: Button Batteries - Landmines in the Loungeroom

Button batteries are ubiquitous, innocuous looking devices that power a myriad of household products from the essential to the inane. In this session, Dr Ruth Barker discusses the various hazards associated with button batteries, the types of button batteries, an analysis of data reports as well as the measures of prevention expected of battery companies.

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