DISASTER MEDICINE No. 2(106)•2019
MEDICAL EVACUATION OF VICTIMS: STATE, PROBLEMS. REPORT 3 Download the article in pdf format
1 The Federal State Budgetary Institution «All-Russian Centre for Disaster Medicine «Zaschita» of Health Ministry of the Russian Federation, Moscow
2 Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Further Professional Education «Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education» of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, Moscow
The results are presented of the survey of 170 experts on the issues of organization of routing and medical evacuation (ME) of patients and victims by the forces and means of medical organizations of the Russian Federation in the modes of daily activities and emergency situations.
The opinion of experts on the principles of routing; on the factors that determine the routing of the ME; on the organization of the ME with or without taking into account the profile of pathology; on the structures that organize the routing of patients, etc.
Keywords: Department of emergency consulting medical care, emergency mode, first aid station, medical evacuation, mode of daily activity, principles of organization of routing, profiles of pathology, routing, territorial center for disaster medicine, regional health departments
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