L. P. Raskina

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Data on the experimental study of a new polymer coverage for treatment of burn wounds are presented in the article. Application of this coverage, which has a tanning and absorbing affect promotes formation of a dry eschar over a burn wound within the first two days after the accident. This allows to perform early chemical necrectomy on the 6-7th day after(More)
The problem of burns remains extremely urgent. In particular, the pr imary problem is the protection of the burned surface, essential for effective control of shock, plasma loss, and the development of secondary infection. Bandages applied on the wound surface reduce pain; lying against the wound surface they protect the receptors of the injured portion(More)
Measures creating the most favorable conditions for rapid epithelization of superficial burns and for skin autografting for deep burns, which are reliable methods of preventing the numerous possible complications, are of the utmost importance in the local treatment of burns. Early removal of necrotic tissue from deep burns and the earliest possible skin(More)
Antibacterial activity of surgical adhesive films containing various antiseptics in the adhesive layer was studied experimentally. It was shown that the adhesive films containing 0.1 to 1% (in terms of active iodine) of iodopyrone had a stable bactericidal action and were effective against to the main causative agents of surgical infections, i. e.(More)
At the present time, adhesive films and articles based on them are being used ever more widely in medical practice (adhesive films are used for the coverage and delimitation of an operation field, for the stitch-free joining of the edges of wounds, etc.). In view of this, in many countries work is being performed on the creation of pressure-sensitive(More)
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