Bombs, bullets and conflict surgery
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Peter Roberts CBE (Emeritus Professor of Military Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons of England). He talks about his experience of different kinds of war wounds, weaponry and various forms of treatment. He also discusses the 'simple physics' behind ballistics, bomb blasts and bullet wounds.
This lecture was filmed at an event called: 'Bombs, blast and bullets'.
RSM Event Description:
"The aim of the meeting is to enable delegates to have an understanding and be better equipped with the continuing threat posed by bomb and blast injury, not just on the battlefield but in the NHS and NGO environments. The speakers all have current operational, deployed experience and outline an agreed approach to understanding the nature of injury and management in all environments."
Date of lecture: 29th October 2010
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