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Otolaryngology: Open Access
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Shcherbakova MA

Tissue expansionScientific Research Institute for Pediatric Surgery, Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, SI RAS, 117997, Moscow, Russia


Dr. Shcherbakova’s research interests include real-world population-based studies of medication use outcomes including medication effectiveness, safety, pharmacoeconomics, persistence and adherence with chronic therapies, managed care program evaluation (e.g., outcomes of pharmacist-delivered interventions). In addition, she is interested in how social media and participatory medicine transform healthcare. Prior to joining Western New England University College of Pharmacy, she had experience working in pharmaceutical and healthcare consulting companies including Novartis Pharma, Biogen Idec and Avalere Health, a health policy consulting agency in Washington D.C.

Application of Skin Stretching Technique for Closure of Large Surface Skin Defects

Closure of large defects skin surface after extensive burns remains an important issue in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Deficit of intact skin dictates a careful and creative approach to surfaces of normal skin. Skin stretching technique using tissue expansion device is a promising approach to treat the little patients with large skin defects... Read More»

Shcherbakova MA, Trusov AV, Rybchenok VV, Fomina MG, Bataev SKhM, Starostin OI and Oleynikova YV

Research Article: Otolaryngol (Sunnyvale) 2017, 7:316

DOI: 10.4172/2161-119X.1000316

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