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Title: Compression therapy in venous diseases : physical assumptions and clinical effects
Authors: Berszakiewicz, Andrzej
Sieroń, Aleksander
Krasiński, Zbigniew
Cholewka, Armand
Stanek, Agata
Keywords: compression therapy; interface pressure; chronic venous disease; stiffness
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: "Advances in Dermatology and Allergology" Vol. 37, no 6 (2020), s. 842-847
Abstract: Compression therapy (CT) is an established treatment method in chronic venous disease. Despite years of clinical experience, choosing the optimum compression therapy, including grade and pressure distribution, which determine the efficacy of treatment poses a challenge. The paper discusses CT physical assumptions (stiffness, elasticity, static and dynamic stiffness indices), clinical effects and contraindications to CT.
DOI: 10.5114/ada.2019.86990
ISSN: 2299-0046
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