History of War

BATTLEFIELD MEDICINE

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“THE EVOLUTION OF SUCH CARE HAS RESULTED IN GREATER SURVIVABILITY”

Since the earliest days of battlefield medicine, nursing professionals have utilised the latest available treatments and techniques to render the best possible care to critically wounded patients. The evolution of such care has resulted in greater survivability as these nurses

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