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(American Journal of Disaster Medicine[TA])
376 results
  • Terrorism reports: The tip of the iceberg. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Disaster Med 2017; 12(4):257-260
  • Ellenberg E, Taragin M, … Ostfeld I
  • CONCLUSIONS: The number of victims being reimbursed for medical and mental health services is radically different from the GTD and the ISA reports. Public Health specialists should be advised of this phenomenon to deliver their right approach (including mental health) to growing threat and develop new definition of victim of terror.
  • Deployment of field hospitals to disaster regions: Insights from ten medical relief operations spanning three decades. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Disaster Med 2017; 12(4):243-256
  • Naor M, Heyman SN, … Merin O
  • CONCLUSIONS: The principals and operative function for deploying medical relief system, proposed over 20 years ago, were challenged and validated in the subsequent missions of IDF outlined in the current study. These principals, with the advantage of the military infrastructure and the expertise of drafted civilian medical professionals enable the rapid assembly and allocation of highly competent medical facilities in disaster settings. This structure model is to large extent self-sufficient with a substantial operative flexibility that permits early deployment upon request while the disaster assessment and definition of needs are preliminary.
  • Verification of the airway securing capacity of a life jacket in a flood disaster. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Disaster Med 2017; 12(3):173-178
  • Imai K, Ochiai H, Murakami K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The biggest drawback is that the parameters of this study are not based on real-world experience. Therefore, if an evacuee with a life jacket is submerged in a flood disaster, we cannot easily decide whether the buoyancy is appropriate because in some situations, buoyancy adversely affected airway security. If we could decide buoyancy based on specific disaster conditions, the airway-securing capacity of a life jacket would improve.
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