Efectos de la Terapia de Restricción de Flujo Sanguíneo en lesiones de ligamento cruzado anterior

  • Mª del Mar Pérez Segura Servicio de Rehabilitación, Hospital Universitario Torrecárdenas (Almería, España)
  • Arturo Ayllón Jiménez Unidad de Fisioterapia, Residencia “La Milagrosa”, Diputación de Granada (Granada, España)
  • Manuel Moral Rodríguez Unidad de Fisioterapia, Hospital Universitario Reina Sofía (Córdoba, España)
Palabras clave: Terapia de restricción de flujo sanguíneo, Lesiones de ligamento

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Pérez Segura, Mª del Mar; Ayllón Jiménez, Arturo; Moral Rodríguez, Manuel. Efectos de la Terapia de Restricción de Flujo Sanguíneo en lesiones de ligamento cruzado anterior. Paraninfo Digital. 2020; 14(32): e32054d. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/pd/e32054d [acceso: 22/01/2021]
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