Functions of Administrative Sections of a U.S. Army evacuation hospital in the European Theater during World War II.
European Theater Date:1945 Duration:1 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
A film describes functions of Administrative Sections of a U.S. Army evacuation hospital in the European Theater during World War II. Ambulances bring casualties at a receiving tent in an evacuation hospital. Medics remove casualties on litters from ambulances and carry them to receiving tents. Brief examination of the casualty is made in a tent to determine whether the case is of extreme emergency. Personal belongings and equipment of the patient are registered. A copy of medical record is forwarded to the registrar. EM (Enlisted Man) assigned to the registrar's office assists in storage and safe keeping of the belongings of the patient. The patient is taken to the sorting tent where an officer expert in wound diagnosis examines the patient to determine the priority of treatment. Morphine is administered to the patient. Transfusions are given to patients suffering from shock in shock tents.
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