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British doctors launch world’s first handbook for child blast injuries

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British doctors launch world’s first handbook for child blast injuries

British doctors launch world’s first handbook for child blast injuries

A coalition of British doctors, researchers and charities has launched a life-saving handbook for children severely injured by explosive weapons.

The Paediatric Blast Injury Field Manual – designed for medics in war zones who often lack specialist training – is the first comprehensive guide to injuries suffered by children from weapons like airstrikes, artillery and landmines.

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