A powerful tool that counteract against the disastrous predicaments caused by non-ending wars, sophisticated terrorist attacks, and global climate change-based calamities
Bethesda, Md. (PRWEB) October 10, 2014
Professors Ravil Nigmedzyanov and Lev Glaznikov publish a highly informative and in-depth guide on how to aid “Victims in Emergency Situations” (published by Xlibris) in restoring them to return to normal lives. Using various methods and processes, this enlightening book shares their experiences on how they have dealt with patients suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
This book is the result of many years of research and field experience of highly qualified specialists who happened to treat victims of local wars, terrorist acts, natural disasters and catastrophes caused by modern technology. Administering first help in emergency situations is of vital importance because it has impact on future recovery and helps victims to avoid being handicapped, have hopes for a better future professional life. Unfortunately, emergencies happen when people least expect and it is very important to deal with the situation immediately. Training and preparedness of the population, coordination of the humanitarian aid save lives of those who found themselves in those hapless conditions.
Existing and very powerful international organizations act within their own framework and it is becoming evident that their activities are not always enough to solve all problems in connection with assisting victims. There is strong necessity in creation of a new international entity that would be able to carry out work on a big scale and coordinate all national and international efforts, deal with different types of humanitarian aid at the site, deliver medical assistance, reconstruction of infrastructure, and rehabilitate victims so that people could return to normalcy as soon as possible.
“Victims in Emergency Situations” serves as a powerful tool that counteract against the disastrous predicaments caused by non-ending wars, sophisticated terrorist attacks, and global climate change-based calamities.
“Victims in Emergency Situations”
By Ravil Nigmedzyanov and Lev Glaznikov
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 906 pages | ISBN 9781499055290
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 906 pages | ISBN 9781499055306
E-Book | 906 pages | ISBN 9781499055283
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About the Author
Both Ravil Nigmedzyanov and Lev Glaznikov are both leaders of an international team of experts working on the creation of the World Medical Rehabilitation Center, an organization whose goal is to develop the cooperation in the field of rehabilitation to those injured in emergency situations.
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