Medics treat more than 620 in Cambodia

Johnston, Adam
August 2004
Airman;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p9
Reports on the work of U.S. military medics in Kep, Cambodia in May 2004. Treatment of more than 620 patients; Scheduling of more than 100 surgeries; Blast resuscitation and victim assistance mission; Prevalent problems among Cambodian patients.


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