Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
The Russian Federation has continued to demonstrate commendable support in the persistent war against terrorism. Their contributions in the area of medicine and treatments of combat injuries are of particular interest and significance. In “CHALLENGES IN TREATING COMBAT INJURIES”, authors Viktor Homutov, Ildar Minnullin, Lev Glaznikov and Ravil Nigmedzyanov combine their firsthand experiences and observations as doctors in war hotspots with their knowledge on combat injuries and rehabilitation.
This book contains valuable information on the diagnosis, treatment and medical rehabilitation of patients struggling with combat injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This comprehensive volume is authored by military doctors whose work experiences in Afghanistan hospitals (especially in the Central Military Hospital in Afghanistan) during the war gave them a unique viewpoint on the nature of combat injuries.
The authors put emphasis on the fact that the medical community and practicing physicians must be properly acquainted with the pathogenesis problems and cure of bullet-inflicted wounds if they are to come up with an effective recommendation for the patient. In their book they provide answers to some critical questions on surgical and reparative cure in the light of their unique experiences.
Timely and insightful, “CHALLENGES IN TREATING COMBAT INJURIES” is highly useful to doctors and medical professionals who deal with emergencies and are working in areas exposed to terroristic threats, local wars and military conflicts. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Viktor Homutov, MD, PhD is a surgeon-traumatologist and scientist known for his research in the field of diagnostic and treating combat injuries. At present he is the leading surgeon-traumatologist of Medical Center for Functional Osteosynthesis in St. Petersburg.
Ildar Minnullin professor, MD, PhD, Dr.SCi. Honorary Doctor of Russia has extensive practical experience treating patients during the local military conflict in North Caucas. He is an expert in the field of combat injuries and is currently the director of the Department of Ambulance Service, St. Petersburg.
Lev Glaznikov, professor, MD, PhD, Dr.Sci. was a practicing doctor of the ENT Department of the Medico-Military Academy (Russia). He is known for his research in ENT combat injuries, vestibular dysfunctions and hearing pathology. Currently, he is one of the leaders and founders of the World Medical Rehabilitation Center.
Ravil Nigmedzyanov, MD, PHD, DR.SCI. worked in several major clinics in Kazan and contributed scientific and practical activities geared towards rehabilitation and treatment of victims injured in emergency situations, conflicts and PTSD management. He is one of the founders of the World Medical Rehabilitation Center.
CHALLENGES IN TREATING COMBAT INJURIES * by RAVIL NIGMEDZYANOV
Publication Date: May 29, 2012
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