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  • Publisher: Academy of Medical Sciences of Croatia
  • Journal: Acta medica Croatica,volume 69,issue Suplement 1 (issn: 1330-0164, eissn: 1848-8897)
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  • Subject: karboksiterapija; kronične rane | carboxytherapy; chronic leg ulcer

Family Medicine Practice, Tamara Sinožić, MD, Mošćenička Draga, Croatia Carboxytherapy is a supportive method of chronic wound treatment conducted by cutaneous and subcutaneous injection of medical carbon dioxide (Co2). The primary effect of the injected Co2 is the c... View more
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