Research Paper Title Being Prepared for the Next Conflict Part II: Case Analysis of a Military Level 1 Trauma Center. Background Combat-related injuries have declined substantially in recent years as we have transitioned to a low-volume combat casualty flow era. Surgeons must remain actively committed to training for the next engagement to maintain life and… Read More
Warfighters & Frontline Blood Products
Research Paper Title Lifeline for the front lines: blood products to support the warfighter. Background Haemorrhage is the leading cause of death on the battlefield. Damage control resuscitation guidelines in the US military recommend whole blood as the preferred resuscitation product. The Armed Services Blood Programme (ASBP) has initiated low-titer group O whole blood (LTOWB)… Read More
What is the British Army’s Contribution to Tropical Medicine?
Research Paper Title The British Army’s contribution to tropical medicine. Background Infectious disease has burdened European armies since the Crusades. Beginning in the 18th century, therefore, the British Army has instituted novel methods for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of tropical diseases. Many of the diseases that are humanity’s biggest killers were characterised by medical… Read More
Bicuspid Aortic Valve & Its Implications for Military Service
Research Paper Title Three cusps are better than two: bicuspid aortic valve and implications for military service. Background Bicuspid aortic valve (BAV) is the most common congenital cardiac malformation. It is an aortopathy and is associated with other congenital heart disease. Although there is no mortality increase with BAV, the natural history increases the risk… Read More
Evaluation of Trainees’ Perception of Learning & Academic-self Perception during a Combat Medic Course
Research Paper Title Combat medic course: evaluation of trainees’ perception of learning and academic-self perception. Background In response to the Syrian Civil War, the Turkish Armed Forces has focused its attention on internal security and border operations, thereby cushioning against both the threat of terrorist activities and supporting international peace efforts. This study was performed… Read More
US Army Medical Personnel Training
If a person decides to become an army doctor, they will obtain a military rank. Thus, such a person will not only have to attend medical school, they will also receive training in military culture and leadership. In other words, getting ready to become a military doctor is not only about writing an assignments relating… Read More
How Blood Testing Is Important In The Military
Enlisting in the military is never an easy thing to do, and the screening process is quite difficult. The endurance that you need for you to stay in the military will not make the endeavour a walk in the park either. While training is physically strenuous, this is only to prepare you for the even… Read More
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