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Surgery for victims of war

Surgery for victims of war

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This handbook summarizes the experience of leading practitioners in the field of war surgery and is intended to help military and civilian surgical teams treat people wounded in armed conflicts. It covers first aid, admission of urgent cases and triage, skin grafts, treatment of infections, wounds and burns, plastic surgery and anaesthesiology.

ICRC, Geneva, 1998, 3rd ed. revised, XV + 203 pp., illus., photos., 16 x 23 cm, English, French / Price CHF 30.- / ref. 0446

http://www.icrc.org/web/eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/p0446
This handbook summarizes the experience of leading practitioners in the field of war surgery and is intended to help military and civilian surgical teams treat people wounded in armed conflicts. It covers first aid, admission of urgent cases and triage, skin grafts, treatment of infections, wounds and burns, plastic surgery and anaesthesiology.

ICRC, Geneva, 1998, 3rd ed. revised, XV + 203 pp., illus., photos., 16 x 23 cm, English, French / Price CHF 30.- / ref. 0446

http://www.icrc.org/web/eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/p0446

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Published by: International Committee of the Red Cross on Nov 04, 2009
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After DPC, the wound should be covered with some layers of
dry gauze which can be left until the time of removal of sutures.

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