Edexcel Unit: Medicine in the British Sector of the Western Front, 1914-18 Set 2
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The number of British troops that were lost holding Ypres from German attacks in 1914.
The number of allied mines exploded at Hill 60 between December 1914 to April 1915.
The second battle Ypres in 1915 was significant because it saw this weapon used by the Germans for the very first time.
This Corp was formally founded in 1898.
RAP or Regimental Aid Posts could usually be found within this distance of a typical frontline.
First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (FANY) was founded in this year.
Advanced Dressing Stations were, in theory, this many metres behind a Regimental Aid Post.
Before evacuation to Britain a seriously wounded soldier could be held in these types of specialist hospitals.
The number of stretchers that could be found in the underground hospital at Arras.
The third battle of Ypres was centred in this area.
Excision is a word associated with this medical procedure.
Around 80% of shrapnel wounds to legs resulted in death due to this form of fracture.
Within 1 day
How quickly gas gangrene could kill a victim.
The name of the USA doctor who added sodium citrate to blood, thus making donor to donor transfusion no longer necessary.
The percentage of wounds, in the British sector of the Western Front, that where to the neck face and head of soldiers.
Magnets to locate shrapnel
One idea that were introduced by USA neurosurgeons to improve the success of operations to the brain.
Queens Hospital, Sidcup
The new hospital in Kent were many of the 12,000 plastic surgery procedures were undertaken on soldiers.
The person who developed a portable blood transfusion kit for front line use in 1915.
Attacks spread great panic and fear.
The biggest impact of a gas attack on frontline soldiers.
The stage, in the development of Trench Foot, where gangrene could often start.
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