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War Surgery. Vol.1

C. Giannou and M. Baldan, Eds.: International Committee of the Red Cross, (2009)

Working with limited resources in armed conflict and other situations of violence. Vol.1

Disease Control Priorities, Third Edition : Volume 1. Essential Surgery

Debas, Haile T.; Donkor, Peter; Gawande, Atul; et al., (2015)

The volume presents data on the surgical burden of disease, disability, congenital anomalies, and trauma, along with health impact and economic analyses of procedures, platforms, and packages to improve care in settings with severe budget limitations. Essential Surgery identifies 44 surgical procedures that meet the following criteria: they address substantial needs, are cost effective, and are feasible to implement in low- and middle-income countries. If made universally available, the provision of these 44 procedures would avert 1.5 million deaths a year and rank among the most cost effective of all health interventions. Entire Volume large file: 19 MB!!!

SUSP SSI prevention measures Poster

Surgical Unit-based Safety Programme (SUSP) , Eds.: World Health Organisation (WHO), (2018)

Regional Anesthesia lectures and handouts

Daniel D. Moos, Eds.: International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists, (2015)

These lectures are to be freely used, copied and distributed in Developing Countries for the teaching and promotion of basic anesthesia knowledge and skills. The purpose of these lectures are to provide developing countries with a copyright free resource. Contributors with credited pictures and illustrations have graciously gave permission for their material to be used for this specific purpose. The author of these lectures or the IFNA cannot accept liability from their use and errors in translation. It is up to each translator to ensure that the translation is correct. Knowledge about the art and science of anesthesia/resuscitation continues to change. It is up to each anesthesia provider to continue to learn and upgrade their knowledge. These lectures only contains basic knowledge and are not a replacement for more comprehensive information

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