wartime medical service support in hot and humid environments
wang yun dou, pei guo xian, zhang hong tao, sun hong tao, zhang jing liang
department of orthopedics & traumatology, nanfang hospital, southern medical university, guangzhou 510515, china
【abstract】 aim: to study some related issues on providing better wartime medical service for the armed forces in hot and humid environments (hhe). methods: induction method was used based on our historical basic research results from animal experiments under hhe. results: medical service tasks should be reformed and “four capabilities” should be improved, namely, first aid in front line, stretching forward of medical care, fast evacuation of the wounded and generalized medical care. conclusion: some new conceptions are put forward: emphasizing medical care in local echelon, stretching forward of treatment, integrated medical support of internal medicine and surgery, and the new series of medical service tasks. a new medical service system we call “three supporting areas and five echelons” forms an important part of medical care scheme in echelon under hhe.......