Application of NPWT in the surgical treatment of wounds and injuries of various locations - case series
In the modern world, local military conflicts are not uncommon. A feature of local wars is a dynamically changing tactical situation, which can lead to massive losses and more serious injuries. This creates new challenges related to the treatment of combat trauma victims. We analyzed our experience of application of NPWT in complex surgical treatment of combat wounds and injuries of various locations.
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