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Emergency War Surgery

               

[ERRATUM: Please note that Table 31-1 on p. 451 has an error. Hourly volume for children up to 10 kg should be 4 mL/kg, not 10 mL/kg. This has been corrected on the PDF version.] 

               

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Contents PDF document

               
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
               

 

               

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