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Николай Иванович Пирогов как инноватор в анатомии, хирургии и анестезиологии. Часть II

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ВОУ ВО «Военно-медицинская академия им. С.М. Кирова» Минобороны России, Санкт-Петербург, Россия Эта статья является второй из двух статей о Николае Ивановиче Пирогове. В первой статье «Основные вехи профессиональной деятельности Николая Ивановича Пирогова в Санкт-Петербурге (1841–1860)» мы обсуждали его обучение и профессиональное развитие в Дерптском университете и за границей до его отъезда в Санкт-Петербург в 1841 году. Также в статье обсуждается тот факт, что и в период своей профессиональной деятельности в Санкт-Петербурге, и в последующие годы Н.И. Пирогов занимался разработкой способов лечения пострадавших в военных действиях. Во второй статье мы освещаем его профессиональную карьеру как анатома, хирурга и анестезиолога. Авторы хотят подчеркнуть, что эти две статьи являются отрывком из ранее опубликованных обширных статей, касающихся Николая Ивановича Пирогова. Эти публикации можно найти в списке литературы под именем первого автора [12–17].

Об авторах

И. Ф. Хендрикс
Медицинский центр Лейденского университета
Нидерланды
Лейден


Д. А. Журавлев
Военно-медицинский музей
Россия
Санкт-Петербург


Дж. Г. Бовилл
Медицинский центр Лейденского университета
Нидерланды
Лейден


Ф. Бур
Медицинский центр Лейденского университета
Нидерланды
Лейден


П. С. У. Хогендурн
Медицинский центр Лейденского университета
Нидерланды
Лейден


М. К. ДеРуйтер
Медицинский центр Лейденского университета
Нидерланды
Лейден


И. В. Гайворонский
ФГБВОУ ВО «Военно-медицинская академия им. С.М. Кирова» Минобороны России
Россия
Санкт-Петербург


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Хендрикс И.Ф., Журавлев Д.А., Бовилл Д.Г., Бур Ф., Хогендурн П.С., ДеРуйтер М.К., Гайворонский И.В. Николай Иванович Пирогов как инноватор в анатомии, хирургии и анестезиологии. Часть II. Журнал анатомии и гистопатологии. 2020;9(3):102-110. https://doi.org/10.18499/2225-7357-2020-9-3-102-110

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Hendriks I.F., Zhuravlev D.A., Bovill J.G., Boer F., Hogendoorn P.C., DeRuiter M.S., Gaivoronskii I.V. Nikolay Ivanovich Pirogov as an innovator in anatomy, surgery, and anaesthesiology. Part II. Journal of Anatomy and Histopathology. 2020;9(3):102-110. https://doi.org/10.18499/2225-7357-2020-9-3-102-110

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