Treatment of a Chronic Wound - A Case Report of a Patient Treated at the Centre for Hyperbaric Oxygen and Treatment of Wounds in Bydgoszcz

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This paper presents a case report of a patient with a diagnosed complication of a sternum wound which was treated using hyperbaric oxygen, emphasizing the truism of the benefits of combined surgical therapy, antibiotic therapy and oxybarotherapy.

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