Military surgeons must assume a leadership role in combat casualty care in a variety of less-than-ideal circumstances. They must know how to configure and prepare the team in a rapidly changing tactical environment, be able to handle an unfamiliar battlefield wound or injury and manage mass casualties and understand when and how to successfully evacuate the injured patient to a higher level of care.
Subjects covered include; critical care and damage control surgery, triage and aeromedical evacuation, weapon effects and parachute injuries, shock and resuscitation, fractures and amputations, radiological, biological and chemical injuries etc.
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- 2013-11-18 00:00:00
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