La chirurgie en temps de guerre - Jacques HUMEAU (video)

Depuis 1945, les conflits armés ont perdu leur caractère conventionnel. Les combats n'opposent plus seulement des armées nationales sur un front délimité. Les attentats terroristes frappent indifféremment les militaires et les populations civiles. La chirurgie en temps de guerre se confond maintenant avec la chirurgie humanitaire. Les chirurgiens interviennent dans des situations d'exception marquées par l'urgence et la pénurie.


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Depuis 1945, les conflits armés ont perdu leur caractère conventionnel. Les combats n'opposent plus seulement des armées nationales sur un front délimité. Les attentats terroristes frappent indifféremment les militaires et les populations civiles. La chirurgie en temps de guerre se confond maintenant avec la chirurgie humanitaire. Les chirurgiens interviennent dans des situations d'exception marquées par l'urgence et la pénurie.


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