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Published June, 2019
By Michael Hinton
Publisher: Helion & Company
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This book presents fresh analyses of unpublished, published and significant primary source material relevant to the medical aspects on the Eastern campaign of 1854-1856 - commonly called the Crimean War.

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Published April, 2019
By Tom Scotland
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This work sets out to show how tremendous progress was made in the treatment of wounded soldiers during the Great War which significantly improved chances of survival. It describes ground breaking advances in resuscitation, anaesthesia and surgery which established the foundations of modern war surgery. It stresses the importance of blood transfus

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Published February, 2019
By Thomas Scotland and Steven Heys
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This book examines the development and evolution of surgical practice against this overwhelming risk of death due to disease.

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Published August, 2017
By Andrew Bamji
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Explores the genesis of plastic surgery developed by Harold Gillies during the First World War.

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Published September, 2014
By Michael Lucas
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Published November, 2013
By Thomas Scotland and Steven Heys
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The Great War, 1914-1918 resulted in enormous numbers of casualties who had sustained filthy contaminated wounds from high explosive shellfire, bomb and mortar blast, and from rifle and machine gun bullet. Such wounds were frequently multiple, severe, and almost invariably became infected.

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Published May, 2013
By Thomas Scotland and Steven Heys
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This book examines the development and evolution of surgical practice against the overwhelming risk of death due to disease during the wars in the 19th Century. It reviews three major conflicts during this time: the Peninsular War, the Crimean War and the Boer War, as well as minor wars fought by the British Empire in the intervening years.

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Published May, 2012
By Thomas Scotland and Heys Steven
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War Surgery 1914-18 contributes greatly to our understanding of the surgery of warfare. Surgeons working in Casualty Clearing Stations during the years 1914-1918 laid the foundations for modern war surgery as practised today in Afghanistan and elsewhere.

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