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|Title:||The Bali bombing: civilian aeromedical evacuation|
|Citation:||Medical Journal of Australia, 2003; 179(7):353-356|
|Publisher:||Australasian Med Publ Co Ltd|
|Minh D. Tran, Alan A. Garner, Ion Morrison, Peter H. Sharley, William M. Griggs and Colin Xavier|
|Abstract:||After the Bali bombing on 12 October 2002, many injured Australians required evacuation to Darwin, and then to burns units around Australia. Many patients were evacuated from Denpasar by Qantas, with assistance from staff of civilian medical retrieval services. The transport of patients from Darwin to specialist burns units involved a coordinated response of civilian and military services. Some issues in responding to such disasters were identified, and a national coordinating network could improve future responses.|
|Keywords:||Humans; Wounds and Injuries; Burns; Transportation of Patients; Disaster Planning; Terrorism; Air Ambulances; Triage; Indonesia; Australia|
|Appears in Collections:||Medicine publications|
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