Catastrophic haemorrhage

Tourniquets in the treatment of prehospital haemorrhage

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The revision of the primary survey: a 2011 review

‘It is the duty of the attendant to carefully watch the patient, and to note any change in his condition. Complaints of pain, changes to breathing or pulses, change in posture, or any particular...

Aspects of military prehospital care

The nature of wounds sustained in modern military conflict is substantially different from those seen in civilian practice. Extremity wounds predominate (Owens et al, 2007; Owens et al, 2008) and the...

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