Article: J. Hoitz
German Armed Forces run five military hospitals. One is located the North of Germany in Hamburg, the beautiful and well-known German harbour city.
Article: C. E. CORLISS (UNITED STATES)
Article: M. Melcher
Article: Th. Eger, J. Weyer, R. Thierbach (Germany)
Untreated advanced periodontal disease is a main reason for the development of dental emergencies and sick call during deployments. The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of a postgraduate periodontal training on the quantity of periodontal treatment and prevention.
Article: J. Meyer, J. Koch, O. Krieter (Germany)
NATO-Accredited Training for Civilian Healthcare Providers and Military Medical Personnel
Article: H. FRANZ (GERMANY)
Report: Dr. Andreas Otto, LCDR(MC), Military Hospital Westerstede, Dep. Anesthesiology and Intensive Care
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)
Report: C. E. CORLISS (UNITED STATES)
As training resources and time become increasingly scarce new training methods and venues must be utilized to ensure mission readiness of Aerovac units to Airlift Wounded Warriors.
Article: PROF ALEXANDER GREBENYUK, MD, PhD, COL (ret.)
Research and Production Center “Special and Medical Equipment”, St. Petersburg, Russia
Article: W.C. DORLAC, J.M. BISHOP, G.R. DORLAC (USA)
Article: J. Hoitz
Article: O. C. Penn (Netherlands)
Article: J.-W. OESTMANN, L. SCHNEIDEREIT
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The 3rd Annual Operational Medicine Symposium will focus on DoD initiatives to enhance military medicine in an era of great power competition. This symposium will bring together highly regarded medical professionals from all services to discuss the practice of medicine in expeditionary environments.