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Page: Adjusting to Kandahar - The Civilian's Top 10 List
I was fortunate to spend 1 month (March-April 2007) as a volunteer civilian trauma surgeon in the Canadian-run hospital (MMU-3) at Kandahar Air Field (KAF). I suggest the following must read "Top 10" …
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Page: Canadian Casualties - Then and Now
When I was in my final year of residency, a soldier was repatriated home from Afghanistan. He was the first injured soldier to be returned to our institution from that conflict. As I was the senior re…
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Page: R3 MMU KAF - Surgical Care in Kandahar
As of early February 2006, Canada has become the lead nation at the Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit (R3 MMU), Kandahar Air Field (KAF). In civilian terminology, Role 1 is “buddy care” or a first aid…
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Page: Tactical Medicine
Paul Franklin Master Corporal Medical Technician Casualty Care, Land Forces Western Area War has always been an impetus for change. As wars advance and we produce new technology to kill people, we als…
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Page: The Wounded Soldier - Rehabilitation and Recovery
Military patients are unique in the rehabilitation setting. Canadians have been fortunate to have relatively few seriously wounded soldiers as a result of the current conflicts compared with the vast …
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Page: Trauma - War Injuries and Orthopaedics
{use-layout:ORTHOSEC} Subspecialty Theme of the Month, November 2011 Canada is a nation with a long standing tradition of sending citizens abroad to deal with global issues and conflict. Canada curren…
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