Практическое руководство Общества экстремальной медицины (WMS) по профилактике и лечению обморожений – Литература

Журнал Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, Volume 22, Issue 2, Pages 156–166 , июнь 2011 года.
Оригинал статьи
Перевод предоставлен Шишкиным Константином Георгиевичем, врачом-хирургом, инструктором по горной подготовке, тренером-преподавателем по первой помощи ЧОУ ДПО «Байкальский центр образования», г. Иркутск. Публикуется с согласия автора.

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ЧАСТЬ 1: Помощь в полевых условиях и профилактика
ЧАСТЬ 2: Неотложная медицинская помощь в условиях стационара (либо полевого госпиталя высокого уровня)

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ЧАСТЬ 1: Помощь в полевых условиях и профилактика

ЧАСТЬ 2: Неотложная медицинская помощь в условиях стационара (либо полевого госпиталя высокого уровня)