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O.V. Orlova

Dzhanelidze Research Institute for Emergency Care;
Mechnikov North-Western State Medical University

V.S. Afonchikov

Dzhanelidze St. Petersburg Research Institute for Emergency Care

P.K. Krylov

Dzhanelidze Research Institute for Emergency Care;
Mechnikov North-Western State Medical University

V.A. Manukovsky

National Medical Research Center of High Medical Technologies — Vishnevsky Central Military Clinical Hospital

Postoperative analgesia in patients with burns injury

Authors:

O.V. Orlova, V.S. Afonchikov, P.K. Krylov, V.A. Manukovsky

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Journal: Russian Journal of Pain. 2023;21(2): 28‑32

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To cite this article:

Orlova OV, Afonchikov VS, Krylov PK, Manukovsky VA. Postoperative analgesia in patients with burns injury. Russian Journal of Pain. 2023;21(2):28‑32. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/pain20232102128

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