I Moorhouse

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External haemorrhage is a significant cause of combat morbidity and mortality. UK DMS have introduced topical haemostatic agents (HemCon, QuikClot) for use as an adjunct to control catastrophic external haemorrhage. Realistic training in new equipment is essential. A model is described that is simple, reproducible, valid, realistic and currently unique in(More)
Email: Prof.ADMEM@rcdm.bham.ac.uk Introduction Details of all UK military deaths on operations are collected from clinical notes, post mortem reports and incident reports and are held on the UK Joint Theatre Trauma Registry, maintained by the Academic Department of Military Emergency Medicine (ADMEM) at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine (RCDM). Analysis(More)
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