PMID: 7385572Apr 1, 1980

Principles of the modern treatment of frostbite

Vestnik khirurgii imeni I. I. Grekova
B S Vikhriev, V M Burmistrov


Actual questions of the treatment of frostbites are considered on the basis of an experience of the treatment of 397 patients. The experience shows that superficial frostbites are healing well when treated by any method of local treatment. High degrees of frostbites are to be operated upon not earlier than the third week after injury, when the injury degree is established and acute inflammation has subsided. It has been established that the use of free and non-free skin plasty for closure of finger stumps and extremity segments improves functional outcomes and shortens the time of the treatment.

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