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Bringing Military Medical Devices into the 21st Century
Commentary contributed by Neil Oliver, Technical Marketing Manager, Accutronics Ltd.
In the 15th century, soldiers injured in battle were left on the battlefield for two to three days until their condition either stabilized or they died. Since the efforts of surgeon Ambroise Paré in the same century, one of the forerunners in improving medical treatment for injured soldiers, the care that soldiers receive today is much safer, quicker, and well organized.
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