By Thomas, M.D. Helling
subtle remedies, together with complicated surgical procedure, have been by way of necessity a long way faraway from the struggling with, requiring entrance line medical professionals to do the minimum—often lower than fire—to stabilize sufferers until eventually they can be evacuated: “damage control,” it'll later be known as. military medical professionals answerable for millions of sailors aboard fleets in conflict came across taking good care of the wounded daunting or approximately very unlikely. but to avoid wasting lives, scientific assets needed to be saved as shut as attainable to the motion. This publication systematically info the efforts and ideas of the medical professionals and surgeons who labored to maintain lifestyles less than severe peril.
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Desperate Surgery in the Pacific War: Doctors and Damage Control for American Wounded, 1941–1945 by Thomas, M.D. Helling