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Wartime urologic injuries require different mindset
Date:10/29/2010

a field hospital, at an evacuation hospital and then transferred to a more permanent location."

All of those echelons require different treatment strategies, he explained. On the battlefield, treatment is most likely focused on stopping the bleeding; field hospital treatment may include early life-saving amputations; at an evacuation hospital, there may be surgery to repair wounds and urologic injuries, especially those to the kidneys and internal organs may not be discovered until then.

"What we have to realize is that it's a very fluid situation often comprised of variable facilities, austere conditions and limited logistics support and evacuation staff. We often have to treat with a damage-control mentality."


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Contact: Jennifer Scott
jscott1@mcg.edu
706-721-8604
Medical College of Georgia
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