alexa Military medicine and its impact on civilian life

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Military medicine and its impact on civilian life

It has long been said that “necessity is the mother of invention”, which means that when the need for something becomes imperative, you are forced to find ways of getting or achieving it . What can be a better example of this saying than inventions conceived in times when human lives were at stake and circumstances were of the most challenging nature?Some of the medical innovations that grew from military medical research and were widely adopted by civil medicine later on. These innovations were born from the need for quick and efficient medical care for soldiers in the battle field as well as ongoing rehabilitation care later on. Some of the examples given by the authors include advanced prosthetics and reconstructive surgery methods.

 
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