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Dynamika zmian temperatury ręki reumatoidalnej po wybranych zabiegach z zakresu termoterapii Dynamics of temperature changes in the rheumatoid hand after selected thermotherapy treatments

@inproceedings{StraburzyskaLupa2011DynamikaZT,
  title={Dynamika zmian temperatury ręki reumatoidalnej po wybranych zabiegach z zakresu termoterapii Dynamics of temperature changes in the rheumatoid hand after selected thermotherapy treatments},
  author={Anna Straburzyńska-Lupa and Wojciech Romanowski and R. Lorenz},
  year={2011}
}
Wstep: W procesie usprawniania osob z chorobami reumatycznymi wykorzystuje sie wiele zabiegow z zakresu cieplolecznictwa i krioterapii. W dostepnym piśmiennictwie niewiele jest opisow badan dotyczących efektow termicznych wystepujących w tkankach w wyniku stosowania takich zabiegow w obrebie reki reumatoidalnej. Z tego powodu autorzy podjeli probe określenia przebiegu dynamiki zmian temperatury po zastosowaniu powszechnie stosowanych u pacjentow z reumatoidalnym zapaleniem stawow (RZS) zabiegow… 
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