ОБЗОР ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ МЕТОДОВ ВАКУУМНОЙ ТЕРАПИИ В ВЕДЕНИИ ПАЦИЕНТОВ С СОСУДИСТЫМИ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЯМИ НИЖНИХ КОНЕЧНОСТЕЙ
В статье представлены результаты систематического литературного поиска публикаций и других доступных источников отражающие эффективность применения методов вакуумной терапии в ведении пациентов с сосудистыми заболеваниями нижних конечностей. Основная масса публикаций была проиндексирована в базах данных PubMed, MEDLINE, CINAHL, Embase, e-library, Google Scholar. Глубина поиска составила более 30 лет.
М. Ж. Еспенбетова1, Н. С. Изатуллаева2, Н. Е. Глушкова1, Ж. К. Заманбекова1, А. Д. Аманова1, Л. А. Аббасова1, Д. Е. Жангирова1, А. М. Досбаева1 1 Государственный медицинский университет города Семей, Казахстан; 2 Консультативная диагностическая клиника «Ин-Витро+», г. Семей, Казахстан.
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Еспенбетова М. Ж., Изатуллаева Н. С., Глушкова Н. Е., Заманбекова Ж. К., Аманова А. Д., Аббасова Л. А., Жангирова Д. Е., Досбаева А. М. Обзор применения методов вакуумной терапии в ведении пациентов с сосудистыми заболеваниями нижних конечностей / / Наука и Здравоохранение. 2015. № 6. С. 28-41.

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