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War Wounds: Basic Surgical Management

Gray, Robin, Eds.: ICRC, (1994)

The principles and practice of the surgical lmanagment of wounds produced by missiles or explosions

War wounds with fractures : a guide to surgical management

David I. Rowley, (1996)

This publication addresses the management of war wounds by non-specialist surgeons in situations where resources and expertise are limited. It is intended to be a pratical guide whether or not the surgeon has a special training in orthopaedic trauma.

Surgery for victims of war

D. Dufour; S. Kromann Jensen; M.Owen-Smith, et al., Eds.: ICRC, (1998)

This handbook summarizes the experience of leading practitioners in the field of war surgery and is intended to help military and civilian surgical teams treat people wounded in armed conflicts. It covers first aid, admission of urgent cases and triage, skin grafts, treatment of infections, wounds and burns, plastic surgery and anaesthesiology

First Aid in armed conflicts and other situations of violence

International Committee of the Red Cross, Eds.: ICRC, (2006)

A practical manual presenting the specific knowledge, skills and practices that First Aiders should have to act safely and effectively when caring for people caught up in armed conflicts and other situations of violence, such as internal disturbances and tensions.

Hidden victims of the Syrian crisis: disabled, injured and older refugee

Handicap International and HelpAge International: , (2014)

New research published today shows that older, disabled and injured Syrian refugees are paying a double toll as a result of the conflict. The report, released by Handicap International and HelpAge International, provides new data showing how much these vulnerable refugees are struggling to meet their specific needs

2013 Joint child malnutrition estimates - Levels and trends

UNICEF; WHO; World Bank, (2014)

In 2014 UNICEF, WHO and the World Bank report new joint estimates of child malnutrition using available data up to 2013 The Interactive dashboard allows users to generate a variety of graphs and charts, using the newest joint estimates of prevalence and numbers for child stunting, underweight, overweight, wasting and severe wasting. Users can select the different regional country groupings of the UN, MDG, UNICEF, WHO regions as well as World Bank income groups and geographic regions to present the data. A summary of 4 pages presents the key findings for each indicator, an introduction to the dashboard and updates on methods

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