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Building the Capacity to Manage Orthopaedic Trauma After a Catastrophe in a Low-Income Country
Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
Providing trauma care in an austere environment is very challenging, especially when the country is faced with a natural disaster. Unfortunately the combination of these elements highlights the deficiencies in managing orthopaedic trauma both in a developing country and in the face of a natural disaster, exponentially amplifying the effects of each. When considering the implementation and practice of orthopaedic trauma care in such an environment, one must consider the initial phase of programdoi:10.1097/bot.0000000000000407 pmid:26356206 fatcat:7aqhhd5sxfdubc47hp7svpfyeq