Disaster Medicine

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Article: D. Willms, A. Betzholz, M. Zallet (Germany)

Bundeswehr Central Hospital, Koblenz

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Report: J. PERALBA, J. COUCEIRO DE MIGUEL, V.N. GAVILÁN (SPAIN)

Aeromedical Evacuation Experience - Feedback and Cooperation with Industry for Better Casualty Care

War and combat has served for centuries as an engine for research, progress and as an experimental ground to test theories and hypothesis. Some advances and conclusions were the result of just observations or casual events and others the result of specific scientific research geared for war or just applications of scientific knowledge in other fields of the combat arena. This has also been the case in the medical field.

Article: EUROPEAN MILITARY MEDICAL SERVICES

Special Print 2018

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Article: D. FISCHER (GERMANY)

The Threat to Humanitas in Asymmetric Conflict

A Challenge for Military Medical Ethics

Report: K. POLLO, H. BRAHO, L. NIKOLLARI (HUNGARY)

Penetrating Neck Injury

Tracheal injuries are seen in approximately 1%–7% of patients with penetrating neck injuries. Although they are rare, a high suspicion should be maintained because of the potential for life-threatening airway compromise. This case report aims to emphasize this claim.

Article: M. BOHONEK (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Concept of Blood Supply in the Army of the Czech Republic

New Field Transfusion Unit

Report: Dr. Andreas Otto, LCDR(MC), Military Hospital Westerstede, Dep. Anesthesiology and Intensive Care

German Emergency Physicians on U.S. UH-60 “Black Hawk” MedEvac

From the 30th contingent DEU-ISAF MTF Role 2 Kunduz (Chief of company LtCol(MC) Houda) of the DEU-ISAF MTF (Commander Col(MC) Dr. Höpner)

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Report: Capt (N) Dr. Andreas Dierich, MC (DEU)

In the service of our troops: a military medical challenge

The NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine

Article: J. LOWE, R. J. McCORMICK (UK)

The Future Direction for Oral Healthcare in the British Army

From the Public Health Department, United Kingdom Defence Dental Services

Report: P. Geschwill, F. Josse

The CMC Conference 2018

Article: H. SUDECK (GERMANY)

HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER IN THE FIELD

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Article: Alexander Popov, Igor Yakirevich

COMPLEX TREATMENT OF CRUSH SYNDROME IN FIELD HOSPITAL IN EMERGENCY AREA

From the department of anaesthesiology, resuscitation and intensive care of the field hospital of Central Airmobile Rescue Team of EMERCOM of Russia

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Article: A. FRANKE, E. KOLLIG (GERMANY)

Recommendations for the treatment of severe burn injuries in the field – Part 2

Stabilisation, Consolidation, Transport

Report: A. FRANKE, G. HÖLLDOBLER (GERMANY)

Preclinical Treatment of Casualties in the Field

Clinical demand from the perspective of a field surgeon and a field anaesthetist * *The content of this article is a personal summary of the contributions presented at a GER Armed Forces Medical Conference - “Damp 2012”

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Report: J. M. MULVEY*, A. A. QADRI†, M. A. MAQSOOD†

Earthquake Injuries and the Use of Ketamine for Surgical Procedures

The October 8, 2005 earthquake in Northern Pakistan had widespread destructive effects throughout the northern subcontinent.

Article: M. Reksoprodio, H. Mulijadi, I. Trihapsoro, W. Mulyawan

AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION

Experiences of the Indonesian Armed Forces /TNI

Article: Lee H. Harvis

Lessons From Haiti

How The Second Deadliest Earthquake in History Can Teach us to be Better Prepared for Future Large Scale Natural Disasters

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Article: F. Herkert

THREE MONTHS LATER...

Three months after Haiti’s devastating earthquake in January 2010

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