Emergency Department Care For Trauma Patients In Settings Of Active Conflict Versus Urban Violence: All Of The Same Calibre?
Van den Bergh, R
van den Boogaard, W
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AbstractTrauma is a leading cause of death and represents a major problem in developing countries where access to good quality emergency care is limited. Médecins Sans Frontières delivered a standard package of care in two trauma emergency departments (EDs) in different violence settings: Kunduz, Afghanistan, and Tabarre, Haiti. This study aims to assess whether this standard package resulted in similar performance in these very different contexts.
PublisherOxford University Press
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