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Medicinski vjesnik, Vol.29 No.(1-2) Prosinac 1997.

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Activities of the Slavonski brod general hospital during the war in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1991-1992

Ivan Balen
Drago Prgomet
Davorin Đanić
Dinko Puntarić
Silva Soldo

Puni tekst: engleski, pdf (3 MB) str. 35-42 preuzimanja: 2* citiraj
APA
Balen, I., Prgomet, D., Đanić, D., Puntarić, D., Soldo, S. (1997). Activities of the Slavonski brod general hospital during the war in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1991-1992. Medicinski vjesnik, 29((1-2)), 35-42. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/192418
Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf (3 MB) str. 35-42 preuzimanja: 0* citiraj
APA
Balen, I., Prgomet, D., Đanić, D., Puntarić, D., Soldo, S. (1997). Rad Opće bolnice Slavonski Brod za vrijeme rata u Hrvatskoj i Bosni i Hercegovini (1991. i 1992. godine). Medicinski vjesnik, 29((1-2)), 35-42. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/192418

Sažetak
Between September 1, 1991 and December 31, 1992, 7,043 wounded persons, 4,566 of whom heavily wounded, were treated at the Slavonski Brod General Hospital. There were three characteristic periods in the activities of the hospital during the war. Until March 31, 1992 the hospital provided care for the wounded from the Eastern - and Western - Slavonian fronts, at the level of the fourth echelon. The second period started with war actions in Bosanska Posavina and Bosnia and Herzegovina, when the Slavonski Brod General Hospital was the only place offering appropriate care to the wounded from the area. During that period, surgical and, to a limited extent, conservative branches of medicine were working at the hospital. The third period began with the fall of Bosanska Posavina, toward the end of October 1992, and lasted until the end of the year. During that period, the number of the wounded and previously surgically treated at the Tolisa War Hospital, in the unoccupied area of Bosnia and Herzegovina, admitted to the Slavonski Brod General Hospital, decreased. The total mortality rate in treated subjects was 2.66%, whereas during the war in Bosanska Posavina it was 3.0%. Throughout the war, there was no interruption in the work of hospital conservative branches, although the extent of their work was reduced.

Ključne riječi
General Hospital; Slavonski Brod; Croatia; Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hrčak ID: 192418

URI
https://hrcak.srce.hr/192418

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