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Leg Injury

While on patrol an Afghan National Army soldier was injured as a result of an IED blast. He sustained a below knee traumatic amputation of the left leg and was initially treated on the scene by Afghan medics who applied both tourniquet and dressings to the injury. Following treatment of the injured leg we found that he had also suffered fragmentation injuries to the upper thigh and groin which were bleeding heavily. Celox was used to pack the groin haemorrhage and was secured using a further dressing. This treatment helped ensure the casualty survived long enough to be dealt with by the surgical team at Bastion Hospital before later being transferred to the Afghan medical services in Camp Shorobak


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