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Article: B. Mattiesen (GERMANY)
From October 2013 until June 2014, Brigadier General Dr. Bernd Mattiesen, German Medical Service was the last Medical Advisor at HQ ISAF in Kabul in the rank of a flag officer. His tour of duty was impressed by the declining strength of the Force and a more civilian attitude of the task.
Report: Lt Col N T Tarmey RAMC, Maj C L Park RAMC, Lt Col M Fox RAMC, Lt Col T Lowes RAMC, Surg Cdr A Mellor Royal Navy, Col P F Mahoney L/RAMC
Article: Herron, JBT; Hay-David, AGC; Gilliam, AD; Hodgetts, TJ.
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Report: S. Bailey (CANADA)
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Report: A. G PIZARRO, E. DE VERA (PHILIPPINES)
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Report: K.-P. Benedix
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Report: S. M. Eagan Chamberlin, MPH PhD (United States of America)
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Report: Y. NISHIYAMA (JAPAN)
Article: D.C. HOSTLER, D.S. VINCENT (USA)
"Ladies and gentlemen, if there is a doctor on board, please identify yourself by pushing your call button.”
Article: Z. VEKERDI, A. GROSZ, L. SVED, P. BAZSO, G. K. SZUGYIEZKI (HUNGARY)
Hungarian Experience in Integrating Military and Civilian Medical Capabilities - Competence as a Driving Factor
The article highlights the issue from a strategic point of view and does not go into details of its operational and tactical aspects. MCIF readers get a short introduction, background and the main requirements for a comprehensive approach to integration of military and civilian medical capabilities, using competence as a driving factor, within one organization, under military management.
Report: S. WALDECK, E.K. KOLLIG (GERMANY)
Interventional radiology is a relatively recent development within the field of radiology. It has extended the reach of the technique from use in purely diagnostic procedures to employment as part of minimally invasive treatment approaches.
Article: L. Nikollari, E. Kukeli (Albania)
Report: J. M. MULVEY (Australia), A. A. QADRI, M. A. MAQSOOD (Pakistan)
The October 8, 2005 earthquake in Northern Pakistan had widespread destructive effects throughout the northern subcontinent.
Report: A.LISON, M.GRUENE (GERMANY)
A prevention programme for personnel injured in the line of duty − a lifetime concept
Article: H. FRANZ (GERMANY)
Article: Wehrmedizinische Monatsschrift 5/2018
CT-guided percutaneous drainage of a splenic abscess: case report and discussion of diagnostic and therapeutic options
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