Regional hydropressivno-sorbtsion therapy in a complex treatments of patients with purulent wounds

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Are analysed results of experimental and clinical application of a new method regional hydropressivno-sorbtsion therapy based on combined use of properties high-pressure of streams of a liquid and a siliceous sorbent «Polisorb MP». High effi ciency of an offered method of treatment that allows to recommend it for wide clinical application is proved.

Институт хирургической инфекции Воронежской государственной медицинской академии имени Н.Н.Бурденко

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НУЗ «Дорожная клиническая больница на станции Воронеж 1 ОАО «РЖД»

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