A retrospective analysis of the records of patients managed in the Jos civil crisis of Vidutinis reverso strategijos kvantopianasin Plateau State, Nigeria. Information extracted included demographic data of patients, mechanisms of injury, nature and site of injury, treatment modalities and outcome of care. A total of crisis victims presented over a 5 day period. Out of these, the records of There were Most common mechanisms of injury were gunshot in patients Complications were documented in 55 patients Challenges included exhaustion of supplies, poor communication and security threats both within the hospital and outside.
Most patients reaching the hospital alive had injuries that did not require lifesaving interventions. Institutional preparedness plan would enable the hospital to have an organized approach to care, with better chances of success. More effective means of containing crises should be employed to reduce the attendant casualty rate.
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He leaves behind a large gap in our midst and we will all miss him. We will be reminded of his smile in this picture from the last issue of the Bulletin, taken to celebrate his win in the French Championships for fork-lift truck unloading. It was only a few days ago that we were so happy and proud of him, looking forward, in our minds, to the future competitions that lay ahead. We share the grief of his family and all his friend In this instrument review chapter the calibration plans of ESO IR instruments are presented and briefly reviewed focusing, in particular, on the case of ISAAC, which has been the first IR instrument at VLT and whose calibration plan served as prototype for the coming instruments.