EWI V to examine challenges facing soldiers after injury

By Erin Lynn Ransford

Ongoing series highlights progress in treatment, disaster preparedness

Some of the most significant issues confronting a trauma patient after injury include infection, loss of function, and the possibility of amputation. Next month, civilian traumatologists and orthopaedic military surgeons will collaborate to address these and other issues that present barriers to return of function and duty.

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