publication . Article . 2016

Hospitals of combative support for the contemporary surgical practice in scenarios of combative actions

Velázquez Pupo, Alejandro; Martínez Alvarado, Miguel Vicente; Escalona Blanchey, Yanet; Menéndez López, José Rogelio;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Sep 2016
  • Publisher: ECIMED
Abstract
Las demandas de la práctica quirúrgica contemporánea en los escenarios de acciones combativas crecen tanto por la cantidad de las heridas de guerra que ameritan una intervención quirúrgica, como por la calidad y destrucción que los agentes vulnerantes contemporáneos disponibles producen. Eso provoca que los servicios médicos procuren proporcionar buenas prácticas quirúrgicas en los escenarios más hostiles imaginables. Para ello, fue necesario dotar a las instituciones médicas desplegadas de un conjunto de facilidades técnicas -que aunque importadas desde tiempo de paz- fuesen capaces de realizarse sobre una base estructural capaz de poder sustentarlas. Es por el...
Subjects
free text keywords: bajas de la Guerra Global contra el terrorismo, heridas y lesiones en el personal militar norteamericano, hospitales de soporte combativo del Ejército Norteamericano, casualties, global war on terrorism, injuries to US military personnel, hospitals of combative support of the American Army
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