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Emergency War Surgery, 5th US Revision

Updated from the 2013 edition, this volume reflects lessons learned from recent US involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, and represents state-of-the-art principles and practices of forward trauma surgery.

Author : Miguel A. Cubano

Release : 2018-10-01

Publisher : Government Printing Office

ISBN : 0160940044

File Size : 48.90 MB

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Updated from the 2013 edition, this volume reflects lessons learned from recent US involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, and represents state-of-the-art principles and practices of forward trauma surgery. Expertly addresses the appropriate medical management of blast wounds, burns, and multiple penetrating injuries, as well as other battle and non-battle injuries. Topics include triage, hemorrhage control, airway/breathing, shock and resuscitation, anesthesia, infections, critical care, damage control surgery, face and neck injuries, soft-tissue injuries, ocular injuries, head injuries, extremity fractures, thoracic injuries, amputations, abdominal injuries, pediatric care, and more. A new chapter provides Tactical Combat Casualty Care guidelines. Significant updates were also made to the blood collection and transfusion chapters. Other products produced by the U.S. Army, Borden Institute can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/agency/borden-institute

Emergency War Surgery

Author : United States. Department of Defense

Release : 1975

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Emergency War Surgery

Prologue Although called the Third United States Revision, this issue of
Emergency War Surgeryrepresents an entirely new Handbook. Format, intent,
and much of the content are new. None of the chapters of the Second Revision
has been ...

Author : Army

Release : 2012-02-01

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN : 1626366454

File Size : 48.45 MB

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Military surgeons must assume a leadership role in combat casualty care in circumstances that are far less than ideal. This handbook provides much of the information needed to tackle these issues and features state-of-the-art principles and practices of forward trauma surgery as used by military physicians in far flung locations around the globe. Featuring nearly 200 illustrations demonstrating proper techniques, Emergency War Surgery is the most trusted and up-to-date manual offered by the Department of Defense for military medical personnel in the field.

Emergency War Surgery

Author : United States. Dept. of Defense

Release : 1975

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Emergency War Surgery

This book is a completely revised and updated version of the original Emergency War Surgery N.A.T.O. Handbook and reflects the major advances in medical technology and treatment methods that have been achieved since that time.

Author : Desert Publications

Release : 1992-01-01

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ISBN : 9780879474102

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This book is a completely revised and updated version of the original Emergency War Surgery N.A.T.O. Handbook and reflects the major advances in medical technology and treatment methods that have been achieved since that time. Chapters include: General Considerations of Forward Surgery, Burn Injury, Cold Injury, Blast Injury, Chemical Injury, Mass Casualties in Thermonuclear Warfare, Multiple Injuries, Shock and Resuscitation, Amputations, Wounds and more.

Emergency War Surgery

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Release : 2004

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Emergency War Surgery

Author : Miguel A. Cubano

Release : 2018

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ISBN : 9780160940064

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Emergency War Surgery

Author : Thomas E. Bowen

Release : 1988

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Emergency War Surgery

Author : North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Release : 1958*

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Emergency War Surgery 2014

This is the 2014 update to the 2004 version. Information in this edition reflects lessons learned from American involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, and represents state-of-the-art principles and practices of forward trauma surgery.

Author : Office of the Surgeon General

Release : 2014-01-16

Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN : 9781495246517

File Size : 50.95 MB

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This is the 2014 update to the 2004 version. Information in this edition reflects lessons learned from American involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, and represents state-of-the-art principles and practices of forward trauma surgery. This publication is not a first aid manual and is intended for physicians, physician assistants, and advanced practice medics and corpsmen involved in providing emergency medical and trauma care near the battle space. This publication expertly addresses the appropriate medical management of blast wounds, burns, multiple penetrating injuries, as well as other battle and non-battle injuries. Specific chapters cover the following topics: Weapons Effects and War Wounds-Treat the wound, not the weapon, explosive injuries, and ballistics injuries including 5.56mm and 7.62mm. Mass Casualty and Triage-Triage categories and decision making and emergency treatment area setup. Airway/Breathing-Initial airway management, ventilation, intubation, difficult airways, and surgical crichothyrotomy. Hemorrhage Control-Bleeding control, tourniquets, pressure points, dressings, bandages, hemostatic agents, and controlled hypotension. Shock, Resuscitation, and Vascular Access-Treatment of hypovolemic shock, vascular access, subclavian vein access, internal jugular venipuncture, saphenous vein cut downs, and intraosseous infusion. Anesthesia-Indications, rapid sequence intubation, indications and dosing recommendations for narcotics and muscle relaxants. Soft Tissue and Open Joint Injuries-Pre-surgical care, surgical wound management, and wound care. Infections-Diagnosis of a wound infection, common microorganisms causing battlefield infections, recommendations to prevent infections associated with combat related injuries, antimicrobial agent selection including preferred agents and alternate agents with appropriate administration and dosing guidelines. Critical Care-Shock resuscitation, fluid and electrolyte management, treatment of acute coronary syndrome, congestive heart failure, unstable angina, and other acute medical conditions. Damage Control Surgery-Pre-hospital and emergency resuscitation and critical care. Face and Neck Injuries-Immediate management of face and neck injuries and facial bone fractures. Ocular Injuries-Immediate treatment, treatment of chemical injuries, corneal abrasions, and foreign bodies. Thoracic Injuries-Tension pneumothorax, hemothorax, open pneumothorax (sucking chest wound), flail chest, chest tube placement, and emergency thoracotomy. Gynecologic Trauma and Emergencies-Emergency delivery and emergency Cesarean section and neonatal resuscitation. Extremity Fractures-Wound management Burns-Point of injury care, primary survey, estimation of fluid resuscitation needs, burn resuscitation, burn and wound care. Environmental Injuries-Trench foot and frostbite, field and medical facility treatment, hypothermia treatment, heat injury and heat stroke, altitude illness and acute mountain sickness, high altitude pulmonary and cerebral edema, Radiological Injuries-Treatment of injuries and illnesses from conventional nuclear weapons and radiological dispersal devices (dirty bombs.) Biological Warfare Agents-Hemorrhagic fever, Hanta, Ebola, Lassa, Rift Valley, botulinum, ricin, anthrax, plague, cholera, and tularemia treatment. Chemical Injuries-Treatment of nerve agents, vesicants, and choking agents. Pediatric Care-Fluid, caloric, and protein requirements for children, normal vital signs, pediatric resuscitation equipment and supplies, commonly used drugs and dosages, surgical management Battlefield Transfusions Emergency Whole Blood Collection Product Manufacturers

Emergency War Surgery

This 4th revision of this popular Borden Institute reference on emergency surgery includes everything from war wounds to anesthesia, even covering gynecologic and pediatric emergencies, making this a must-have medical reference for civilian ...

Author : Borden Institute (U.S.)

Release : 2014-02-05

Publisher : Government Printing Office

ISBN : 9780160864025

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This 4th revision of this popular Borden Institute reference on emergency surgery includes everything from war wounds to anesthesia, even covering gynecologic and pediatric emergencies, making this a must-have medical reference for civilian emergency medical personnel as well as military doctors and nurses. Contents Front Matter Chapter 1: Weapons Effects and War Wounds Chapter 2: Roles of Medical Care (United States) Chapter 3: Mass Casualty and Triage Chapter 4: Aeromedical Evacuation Chapter 5: Airway/Breathing Chapter 6: Hemorrhage Control Chapter 7: Shock, Resuscitation, and Vascular Access Chapter 8: Anesthesia Chapter 9: Soft Tissue and Open Joint Injuries Chapter 10: Infections Chapter 11: Critical Care Chapter 12: Damage Control Surgery Chapter 13: Face and Neck Injuries Chapter 14: Ocular Injuries Chapter 15: Head Injuries Chapter 16: Thoracic Injuries Chapter 17: Abdominal Injuries Chapter 18: Genitourinary Tract Injuries Chapter 19: Gynecologic Trauma and Emergencies Chapter 20: Wounds and Injuries of the Spinal Column and Cord Chapter 21: Pelvic Injuries Chapter 22: Extremity Fractures Chapter 23: Amputations Chapter 24: Injuries to Hands and Feet Chapter 25: Vascular Injuries Chapter 26: Burns Chapter 27: Environmental Injuries Chapter 28: Radiological Injuries Chapter 29: Biological Warfare Agents Chapter 30: Chemical Injuries Chapter 31: Pediatric Care Chapter 32: Care of Enemy Prisoners of War/Internees Chapter 33: Battlefield Transfusions Chapter 34: Compartment Syndrome Chapter 35: Battlefield Trauma Sytems Chapter 36: Emergency Whole Blood Collection Envoi Appendix 1: Principles of Medical Ethics Appendix 2: Glasgow Coma Scale Appendix 3: Department of Defense Trauma Registry Abbreviations and Acronyms Significant Military Medical Terms Product Manufacturers Index

Emergency War Surgery

This is a handbook of war surgery.

Author : U.s. Department of Defense

Release : 2011-06-02

Publisher : CreateSpace

ISBN : 9781463536060

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This is a handbook of war surgery. Its lessons have been learned and then taught by combat surgeons. War surgery represents no crude departure from accepted surgical standards. A major responsibility of all military surgeons is to maintain best principles and practices as fully as possible, even under adverse physical conditions.

Emergency War Surgery

With honor , humility , and profound admiration , we present the 4th edition of the
Emergency War Surgery manual with the express hope that we will not forget the
lessons we have learned . Patricia D. Horoho Lieutenant General , US Army ...

Author : Borden Institute (U.S.)

Release : 2013

Publisher : Government Printing Office

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This 4th revision of this popular Borden Institute reference on emergency surgery includes everything from war wounds to anesthesia, even covering gynecologic and pediatric emergencies, making this a must-have medical reference for civilian emergency medical personnel as well as military doctors and nurses. Contents Front Matter Chapter 1: Weapons Effects and War Wounds Chapter 2: Roles of Medical Care (United States) Chapter 3: Mass Casualty and Triage Chapter 4: Aeromedical Evacuation Chapter 5: Airway/Breathing Chapter 6: Hemorrhage Control Chapter 7: Shock, Resuscitation, and Vascular Access Chapter 8: Anesthesia Chapter 9: Soft Tissue and Open Joint Injuries Chapter 10: Infections Chapter 11: Critical Care Chapter 12: Damage Control Surgery Chapter 13: Face and Neck Injuries Chapter 14: Ocular Injuries Chapter 15: Head Injuries Chapter 16: Thoracic Injuries Chapter 17: Abdominal Injuries Chapter 18: Genitourinary Tract Injuries Chapter 19: Gynecologic Trauma and Emergencies Chapter 20: Wounds and Injuries of the Spinal Column and Cord Chapter 21: Pelvic Injuries Chapter 22: Extremity Fractures Chapter 23: Amputations Chapter 24: Injuries to Hands and Feet Chapter 25: Vascular Injuries Chapter 26: Burns Chapter 27: Environmental Injuries Chapter 28: Radiological Injuries Chapter 29: Biological Warfare Agents Chapter 30: Chemical Injuries Chapter 31: Pediatric Care Chapter 32: Care of Enemy Prisoners of War/Internees Chapter 33: Battlefield Transfusions Chapter 34: Compartment Syndrome Chapter 35: Battlefield Trauma Sytems Chapter 36: Emergency Whole Blood Collection Envoi Appendix 1: Principles of Medical Ethics Appendix 2: Glasgow Coma Scale Appendix 3: Department of Defense Trauma Registry Abbreviations and Acronyms Significant Military Medical Terms Product Manufacturers Index

Emergency War Surgery

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Release : 1988

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Emergency War Surgery

Author : United States. Department of Defense

Release : 1958

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Emergency War Surgery

Author : North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Release : 1956

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War Surgery in Afghanistan and Iraq

Specialty Volume of Textbooks of Military Medicine. TMM. Edited by Shawn Christian Nessen, Dave Edmond Lounsbury, and Stephen P. Hetz. Foreword by Bob Woodruff. Prepared especially for medical personnel.

Author : Stephen P. Hetz

Release : 2008

Publisher : U.S. Government Printing Office

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Specialty Volume of Textbooks of Military Medicine. TMM. Edited by Shawn Christian Nessen, Dave Edmond Lounsbury, and Stephen P. Hetz. Foreword by Bob Woodruff. Prepared especially for medical personnel. Provides the fundamental principles and priorities critical in managing the trauma of modern warfare. Contains concise supplemental material for military surgeons deploying or preparing to deploy to a combat theater.

Pediatric Surgery and Medicine for Hostile Environments

Accompanied by Broselow Pediatric Emergency Reference Tape and tape instructions sheet in pocket inside back cover; and American Heart Association PALS Vital Signs in Children (2016) pocket reference card.

Author : Michael M. Fuenfer

Release : 2016

Publisher : Government Printing Office

ISBN : 9780160936296

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Accompanied by Broselow Pediatric Emergency Reference Tape and tape instructions sheet in pocket inside back cover; and American Heart Association PALS Vital Signs in Children (2016) pocket reference card.