DISASTER MEDICINE No. 2(102)•2018
SCOPE OF PROVISION OF PRIMARY MEDICAL AND SANITARY CARE TO MEMBERS OF POPULATION WITH GUNSHOT WOUNDS IN LOCAL ARMED CONFLICT ENVIRONMENT
Maslyakov V.V., Barsukov V.G., Kurkin K.G., Uskov A.V., Kulikov S.A., Pimenov A.V.
Branch of Private Institution of the Educational Organization of the Higher Education “The Medical University “Reaviz” in the City of Saratov, Saratov, Russian FederationThe analysis of the volume of primary pre-hospital health care in the pre-hospital period to 560 members of population with gunshot wounds of different localization inflicted in the environment of local armed conflict is presented. A conclusion is drawn that the scope of this type of medical care in the pre-hospital period to the contingent, as a rule, was insufficient, which led to the aggravation of the condition of the wounded and increased the number of deaths.
Key words: first aid, gunshot wounds, local armed conflict, members of population, pre-hospital period, primary pre-hospital health care
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