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  • Author:
    Daniel Reis,Eran Dolev
  • ISBN:
    3540191135
  • ISBN13:
    978-3540191131
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    Springer; 1 edition (September 27, 1989)
  • Pages:
    475 pages
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    Medicine
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Civilian and Military.

Civilian and Military. eBook 96,29 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). As a manual it is in no way a substitute for existing detailed and specialized texts on the various aspects of trauma surgery and management: rather have we attempted to collate the most essenlial knowledge required to organize and afTord medical aid whenever civilian or military disaster strikes. The man on the spot is hardly ever a specialist, hence the need for a imple s general manual of instruction.

This book is not a learned treatise. Its purpose is to render practical instruction to all those physicians. surgeons, adminis trators, and paramedical personnel who have to act in war or disaster situations

This book is not a learned treatise. surgeons, adminis trators, and paramedical personnel who have to act in war or disaster situations.

Reis Eran Dolev6 décembre 2012. The organizational aspects of medical services in war are very similar to those required for coping with a disaster: indeed the military are often called to cope with civilian disasters

Reis Eran Dolev6 décembre 2012. Springer Science & Business Media. The organizational aspects of medical services in war are very similar to those required for coping with a disaster: indeed the military are often called to cope with civilian disasters. Our duty is to be prepared, so as not to lose life and limb for lack of foresight. There are repetitions in the book for which no apologies are made, since they always concern invaluable knowledge.

Manual of Disaster Medicine: Civilian and Military (Paperback). This book is not a learned treatise. surgeons, adminis trators, and paramedical personnel who have to act in war or disaster situations

Manual of Disaster Medicine: Civilian and Military (Paperback).

Manual of Disaster Medicine: Civilian and Military. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. N. D. Reis MB, BS, FRCS, Eran Dolev MD (ed. Year: 1989.

This essay attempts to refocus on triage in military and disaster settings, emphasizing the relationship of the echeloned system . Manual of Disaster Medicine: Civilian and Military. Natália Ivanoff dos Reis, Eran Dolev.

This essay attempts to refocus on triage in military and disaster settings, emphasizing the relationship of the echeloned system organization to the triage process, and the various non-medical factors which may influence triage decisions and priorities. Due to the lack of any analogous civilian experience, it is essential that all health personnel who may be involved in an echeloned care system gain and maintain proficiency by frequent involvement in appropriate training exercises, the characteristics of which are described.

Dolev describes how this great achievement was inspired by General Allenby's uniquely attentive attitude towards the health of the troops and to military medicine. This is especially seen in the crucial area of fighting epidemic diseases like malaria, a major threat to a healthy fighting force at the time. Dolev also describes the general developments in military-medical organisation and surgery on the battlefield during these campaigns.

Brand Springer-Verlag. DE. The Manual of Disaster Medicine: Civilian and Military is a practical guide of how to deal with all the various types of casualties in the field, at thefirst aid station and in the hospital. It gives simple, clear-cut instructions to administrators and physicians who must prepare themselves for this eventuality. Physics and Technology of Submicron Structures: Proceedings of the 5th International Winter School (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences) EAN 9780387191096.

Request PDF On Apr 1, 2005, L. Klein and others published Civilian Cooperation in Disaster .

This book is not a learned treatise. Its purpose is to render practical instruction to all those physicians. surgeons, adminis­ trators, and paramedical personnel who have to act in war or disaster situations. As a manual it is in no way a substitute for existing detailed and specialized texts on the various aspects of trauma surgery and management: rather have we attempted to collate the most essenlial knowledge required to organize and afTord medical aid whenever civilian or military disaster strikes. The man on the spot is hardly ever a specialist, hence the need for a imple s general manual of instruction. The organizational aspects of medical services in war are very similar to those required for coping with a disaster: indeed the military are often called to cope with civilian disasters. Our duty is to be prepared, so as not to lose life and limb for lack of foresight. There are repetitions in the book for which no apologies are made, since they always concern invaluable knowledge. The chapters are organized to afford an understanding of the organization of medical services, the cause of wounds and trau­ matic disease, and the pathophysiological processes resulting from the different kinds of trauma. The management of treating casualties is divided in each section into the three basic eche­ lons: on site (at the actual place of wounding), at the medical (battalion) aid station and in the field or base hospital.