A major challenge facing today’s combat medic is finding more effective ways to maximize existing capabilities while implementing new technologies. The Winter 2018 issue of Combat & Casualty Care takes a look at preparedness driving current-day medical applications, from training to best practices to long-term care.
- Exclusive Interview with LTC William Bimson, Command Surgeon, U.S. Army 82nd Airborne Division
- MHS GENESIS electronic records web suite deployment
- Veterans Health Administration (VHA) taps advances in spinal cord injury-related care
- Compression chest seal technology to contain and mitigate thoracic trauma
- Hand-held, non-invasive diagnostic device detects intracranial bleeding
- Naval Medical Center Portsmouh Healthcare Simulation and Bio-skills Training Center preps medics on large-scale mass casualty scenarios