Initial assessment and treatment of refugees in the Mediterranean Sea (a secondary data analysis concerning the initial assessment and treatment of 2656 refugees rescued from distress at sea in support of the EUNAVFOR MED relief mission of the EU).

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BACKGROUND As a part of the European Union Naval Force - Mediterranean Operation Sophia (EUNAVFOR Med), the Federal Republic of Germany is contributing to avoid further loss of lives at sea by supplying two naval vessels. In the study presented here we analyse the medical requirements of such rescue missions, as well as the potential benefits of various… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s13049-016-0270-z

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@article{Kulla2016InitialAA, title={Initial assessment and treatment of refugees in the Mediterranean Sea (a secondary data analysis concerning the initial assessment and treatment of 2656 refugees rescued from distress at sea in support of the EUNAVFOR MED relief mission of the EU).}, author={Martin O. Kulla and Florent Josse and M Stierholz and Bjoern Hossfeld and Ludwig H Lampl and M. Helm}, journal={Scandinavian journal of trauma, resuscitation and emergency medicine}, year={2016}, volume={24}, pages={75} }