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War injuries in civilians treated in Pozega Hospital, Croatia
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps
The management of 131 civilians with war injuries, treated at the Department of Surgery, Pozega County Hospital, during the 1991-1995 period is presented. The majority of 55 (42%) of patients were injured at the front line. There were 75 (57.3%) of patients with explosive injuries 67 (51.2%) involved the extremities, while 29 (22.1%) involved the head. Seven (5.3%) patients died. Amputation of part of an extremity was required in five (3.8%) patients.pmid:9819722 fatcat:x2oe74qxjreonp564z6iclyvq4