Burn injuries in pregnant women: prevalence, structure, outcomes



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Determining the optimal treatment strategy and the subsequent treatment of pregnant women with burns require the collaborative work of doctors of various specialties with relevant experience and high qualification. There are no so many researches on this issue, and most of them is written in the second half of the last century. In this regard, the authors compiled and analysed available on the considered issues of data presented in the foreign literature from 1958 to the present.

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