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By Tom Zmuda, Jaroslaw Manek, Dariusz Jezewski, Krzysztof Barcz, Tomasz Szlagor

Книга Название: Kagero Topshots No.12 - A-10 Thunderbolt II Название: Kagero Topshots No.12 - A-10 Thunderbolt II Книги Вооружение Автор: Tom Zmuda Год издания: 2005 Формат: pdf Издат.:Kagero Страниц: forty two Размер: 8.59 ISBN: 8389088827 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Язык: английский/польскийMonograph protecting this floor assault plane. Many aspect images make this a terrific booklet for the modeller. one hundred thirty color photographs. color 3-view. Drawings.

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Soviet commanders were not unaware of the risk involved, yet on balance the chance of saving some more lives proved weightier. REORGANIZATION AND COORDINATION The process of reorganization and coordination of the medical service during 1942 involved several developments: 1 A better triage; 42 THE SERVICE DURING THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR 2 Reallocation of hospitals; 3 Standardization of medication and treatment; 4 Logistics. A better triage It was imperative to direct the flow of wounded and ill soldiers according to the type of injury and malady.

This was true in particular for armoured armies that advanced sometimes at a rate of 60km a day. Consequently hospitals remained far behind the advancing armies and the organization of the Service was completely disrupted. Soviet doctors knew only too well that the longer the lapse between injury and attendance the greater the medical complications. 25 Soviet sources do not agree as to the time span between injury and hospitalization during the war. 27 Indeed average figures are misleading. While on different fronts and at different times the wounded and the ill were subject to quicker or slower rates of evacuation and treatment a sober conclusion would be that generally speaking the treatment improved remarkably in the course of the war.

Soviet commanders were not unaware of the risk involved, yet on balance the chance of saving some more lives proved weightier. REORGANIZATION AND COORDINATION The process of reorganization and coordination of the medical service during 1942 involved several developments: 1 A better triage; 42 THE SERVICE DURING THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR 2 Reallocation of hospitals; 3 Standardization of medication and treatment; 4 Logistics. A better triage It was imperative to direct the flow of wounded and ill soldiers according to the type of injury and malady.

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