1 Saving Soldier’s Life: How They Do It Today

Saving Soldier’s Life: How They Do It Today

Posted on March 26, 2016 by team

The best military doctors of the western military district of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, demostrated their skills and exchanged details of their experience. They say that military medicine is getting to a new level, and now it does not differ much from innovative civil medical practice.

Blogger Yaroslav Gunin was lucky to be there and see what they’ve got.

Primarily they practised first aid treatment skills. While civilians have a rule of a “golden hour”, militarymen have a rule of “golden 10 minutes”.



Dummies are quite realistic.

Bones are made by 3D printing.

Spacers in the bones. It is very important to fix a victim in a proper position and take him to a hospital.

Look at these medical modules – they used to operate in tents, but these  have light and heating. It takes only five minutes to pitch one.

Victim transportation: he’s wounded in a leg. They have applied a splint and a compression band.


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One Response to “Saving Soldier’s Life: How They Do It Today”

  1. john dudley says:

    Very well organized , good to see, i enjoyed the posting.

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