New methods of treatment applied in the hospital of Sochi during the Great Patriotic War



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Abstract

During the Great Patriotic War 1941—1945 Sochi was turned into the largest hospital base in the south of the USSR. All told, 335 thousand wonded and seriously ill soldiers were treated in the hospitals of Sochi. During the war physicians applied many new, including, early unknown medical methods of treatment. Poor provision with medical equipment, instruments, bandages and medicines was made up for using of local resources. Adoption of new treatment methods based on the use of local medicines allowed the Sochi’s physicians to save many lives during the war.

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S. A Artyukhov

Email: artuhov-sochi@rambler.ru

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