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(Prehospital and Disaster Medicine[TA])
2,067 results
  • Stop the Bleed: The Effect of Hemorrhage Control Education on Laypersons' Willingness to Respond During a Traumatic Medical Emergency. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018 Feb 19; :1-6
  • Ross EM, Redman TT, … Wampler DA
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this hemorrhage control education study, it was found that a short educational intervention can improve laypersons' self-efficacy and reported willingness to use a tourniquet in an emergency. Identified barriers to act should be addressed when designing future hemorrhage control public health education campaigns. Community education should continue to be a priority of the "Stop the Bleed" campaign. Ross EM , Redman TT , Mapp JG , Brown DJ , Tanaka K , Cooley CW , Kharod CU , Wampler DA . Stop the bleed: the effect of hemorrhage control education on laypersons' willingness to respond during a traumatic medical emergency.
  • A Study of Hospital Disaster Preparedness in South Yemen. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018 Feb 19; :1-6
  • Naser WN, Ingrassia PL, … Abdulraheem WA
  • CONCLUSIONS: All hospitals were noted grossly unprepared for potential disasters. Therefore, it is recommended that greater efforts be invested in creating a comprehensive strategy and national or local guidelines to establish an emergency management system based on the anticipated hazard and the needed resources. Naser WN , Ingrassia PL , Aladhrae S , Abdulraheem WA . A study of hospital disaster preparedness in South Yemen.
  • Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Utilization by Syrian Refugees Residing in Ankara, Turkey. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018 Feb 19; :1-5
  • Altıner AO, Yeşil ST
  • CONCLUSIONS: Five stations in the Altındağ region of Ankara responded to 42% of all calls from Syrian refugees. Prehospital EMS in Ankara have been used mostly by Syrian refugees younger than 18-years-old. Study findings also suggest that medical staff in regions where Syrian refugees are likely to be treated should be supported and provided with the ability to overcome language barriers and cultural differences. Altıner AO , Tekeli Yeşil S . Emergency Medical Service (EMS) utilization by Syrian refugees residing in Ankara, Turkey.
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