Why you should take care on your walkround...

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Is it a Mil site as theres a few things on there such as the L85A1 gunshot wound & the bloke at the R. London with a RGJ tattoo. Quite a few photos are submited by a US army doc aswell. That antenna in the eye looks fckin orrible !!!made my eyes water anyway !! If these are a load of injurys from this current conflict then I don,t really think they should be on the www. Some may argue differently but I won,t !!

Regards LT.
 
#3
Sorry, thought that said "reachround".

Where is my coat?
 
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LoneTree said:
Is it a Mil site as theres a few things on there such as the L85A1 gunshot wound & the bloke at the R. London with a RGJ tattoo. Quite a few photos are submited by a US army doc aswell. That antenna in the eye looks fckin orrible !!!made my eyes water anyway !! If these are a load of injurys from this current conflict then I don,t really think they should be on the www. Some may argue differently but I won,t !!

Regards LT.
Well if you do look at 'gunshot wounds', you're going to find, wait for it 'gunshot wounds'. 8O

It is a medical, rather than a military site, dealing principally with trauma, hence the name and is aimed at the medical professional. These guys deal with traumas on a daily basis and the site provides readily available info and resources for discussion / education purposes etc.

Any budding medics should have a look at the moulages.

PB
 
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PassingBells said:
LoneTree said:
Is it a Mil site as theres a few things on there such as the L85A1 gunshot wound & the bloke at the R. London with a RGJ tattoo. Quite a few photos are submited by a US army doc aswell. That antenna in the eye looks fckin orrible !!!made my eyes water anyway !! If these are a load of injurys from this current conflict then I don,t really think they should be on the www. Some may argue differently but I won,t !!

Regards LT.
Well if you do look at 'gunshot wounds', you're going to find, wait for it 'gunshot wounds'. 8O

It is a medical, rather than a military site, dealing principally with trauma, hence the name and is aimed at the medical professional. These guys deal with traumas on a daily basis and the site provides readily available info and resources for discussion / education purposes etc.

Any budding medics should have a look at the moulages.

PB
Yeah, I see what your getting at. But even with pixilated faces & a war going on a few hours flight away it would still be seen as distastefull to some members for the injureds family & friends. Personally I don,t really have an issue with these types of pics but I can understand the distress caused to any realatives. Then in the same light this site may offer a hive of info to medics working in this paticular field so it can only be a good thing. Patient confidentality (sp) must be better observed though. My Father, ex 24 yrs RAMC has had a look at this site & said he thinks it an interesting site to show to trainee CMT ,s especialy those in a field ambulance unit ,which he spent most of his time. So if hes ok with it then so am I .....

Regards LT.
 

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