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Trauma care in areas of limited resources

  • Alison Brown
  • Joahre Niener
  • Peter Driscoll
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Abstract

The objective of this chapter is to emphasize the many positive actions which can be and are being carried out by trauma teams working in areas with limited resources.

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References and further reading

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© P.A. Driscoll, C.L. Gwinnutt, C. LeDuc Jimmerson, O. Goodall 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alison Brown
  • Joahre Niener
  • Peter Driscoll

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