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Letter to the Editor: “The effect of cold application on pain in patients with chest tubes before deep breathing and coughing exercises: A randomized controlled study”

Published:November 29, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrtlng.2022.11.012
      I have read with great interest the manuscript titled “The effect of cold application on pain in patients with chest tubes before deep breathing and coughing exercises: A randomized controlled study” by Kıy et al
      • Levent Kıy B.
      • Demiray A.
      • Borana M.
      The effect of cold application on pain in patients with chest tubes before deep breathing and coughing exercises: a randomized controlled study.
      and would like to commend them for their brilliant efforts. However, a few additional points would enhance the quality of this article.

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