Emergency War Surgery

Second United States Revision of
The Emergency War Surgery NATO Handbook

Thomas E. Bowen, M.D.
Editor
BG, MC, U.S. Army

Ronald Bellamy, M.D.
Co-Editor
COL, MC, U.S. Army

United States Department of Defense

United States Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C.
1988

Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed
Creation Date: Unknown

Last Revision Date: 1988

Next two files posted on my web site

Nato_EWS_PDF.ZIP    right click on and save PDF

Nato EWS in HTML.ZIP  right click on and save HTM

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Disk only Additions Feb 2006.  Content on web is  just too great

Medical:

Clear copy of Emergency War Surgery

and  Special Forces Medical Handbook

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http://www.bordeninstitute.army.mil/emrgncywarsurg/EWS.ZIP

Link on the web to the Clear copy

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Note from Paul

 

If you see a box with a little red X in it, click on it, and a picture should come up.   For some reason, on the net version, the bigger pictures come up, but the little thumbnails versions do not show up.  On my disk, both are there.

Speaking of which, you really need to send for a disk with the entire contents of this site.  I have taken many bold actions, putting back on the web information I got from the web.  It is just possible I will be asked to close down all, or part of my site.  If that has happened, you will want to have written my address down.  (see the contact info elsewhere.)  The limit of keeping this to One CD is about reached.  I have ten times the information on this site, elsewhere. 

 


Contents

Chapter

  1. Part I. Types of Wounds and Injuries

  2. Part II. Response of the Body to Wounding

  3. Part III. General Considerations of Wound Management

  4. Part IV. Regional Wounds and Injuries

Appendixes

  1. Illustrations

Figure

  1. Tables

Number

  1. Diagnosis of burn depth
  2. Formula for estimating fluid requirements in burn patients
  3. Chemical warfare agent classification
  4. Time of onset with chemical agents
  5. Early signs and symptoms of chemical exposure
  6. Estimated fluid and blood requirements
  7. Anatomical distribution of battle wounds
  8. Local anesthetic agents
  9. Arterial wound and associated injuries, Vietnam, 1965-1970
  10. Classification of craniocerebral injuries
  11. Mechanism and pathophysiology of craniocerebral injuries
  12. Glasgow Coma Scale
  13. Typical lasers and their wavelengths
  14. Support of the Spinal Column

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