DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2312-413x.6.3.2018.136648

Microflora from respiratory organs, wounds resulted from floods, long-term stay in the water

V.I. Trykhlib, V.P. Maidaniuk

Abstract


A review of the literature was conducted on the microflora, which was isolated from the respiratory system, wounds resulted from floods, tsunamis, long-term stay in the water around the world.


Keywords


microflora of wounds; floods; tsunami

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