Accession Number : ADA570110


Title :   The United States Army Medical Department Journal. October - December 2012


Descriptive Note : Journal


Corporate Author : ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND FORT SAM HOUSTON TX


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a570110.pdf


Report Date : Dec 2012


Pagination or Media Count : 92


Abstract : CONTENTS: Perspectives by MG Philip Volpe; COL Mustapha Debboun; Richard Burton. Weight Change, Lifestyle, and Dietary Behavior in the US Military s Warrior in Transition Units by CPT Adam J Kieffer; MAJ Renee E. Cole. Negative Health Behavior, A Personal Responsibility or Not? by MAJ Derek Licina. Synthetic Cannabinoid and Cathinone Use Among US Soldiers by Cristobal S. Berry-Caban, PhD; Paul E. Kleinschmidt, MD; et al. Relationships Among Self-reported Shoe Type, Footstrike Pattern, and Injury Incidence by LTC Donald L. Goss; Michael T. Gross, PhD. The Effects of BleedArrest on Hemorrhage Control in a Porcine Model by Brian Gegel, MSN; James Burgert, MSNA; et al. The Effects of QuikClot Combat Gauze on Hemorrhage Control in the Presence of Hemodilution by Don Johnson, PhD; CPT Samantha Agee; CPT Amanda Reed; et al. Myofibroma of the Mandible: A Case Report by COL Collins T. Lyons; COL Preston Q. Welch; et al. Dentistry s Role in the History of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center by COL Samuel A. Passo; Nolan A. Watson. Developing an Operational Casualty Estimate in a Multinational Headquarters to Inform and Drive Medical Resource Allocation by LTC Soo Lee Davis; Col Martin Bricknell, RMC, British Army. Strategies to Support Nurse Work Reintegration After Deployment Constructed from Analysis of Army Nurses Redeployment Experiences by COL Denise L. Hopkins-Chadwick. Combat Casualty Care Nursing Research and the Joint Combat Casualty Research Team by LTC Laura L. Feider; Lynn S. Platteborze, MS, RAC; et al. Registered Nurses as Permanent Members of Medical Evacuation Crews: The Critical Link by MAJ Michael W. Wissemann; MAJ Christopher A. VanFosson. Clinical Nurse Leader: Emerging Role to Optimize Unit Level Performance by MAJ Scott Phillips; MAJ Pauline A. Swiger; et al. Lessons Learned Small Unit Postdeployment Survey Results and Analysis by MAJ (Ret) David W. Cannon.


Descriptors :   *MILITARY MEDICINE , BLOOD COAGULATION , DENTISTRY , DRUG ABUSE , HEMORRHAGE , NURSES , WOUNDS AND INJURIES


Subject Categories : Medicine and Medical Research


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE