BBC2 - Frontline Medicine - Sunday November 20th 2011 - 2100

Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by soleil, Nov 20, 2011.

Welcome to the Navy Net aka Rum Ration

The UK's largest and busiest UNofficial RN website.

The heart of the site is the forum area, including:

  1. Magda

    Magda War Hero Book Reviewer

    Am watching this right now, it's fascinating. Trust the BBC to get it bang on the mark.

    The Nerve Block is ingenious, a vast improvement on morphine!

    Also, the medics/doctors/nurses etc... don't think I would be able to do that for days on end. Harrowing in the extreme.
    Last edited: Nov 20, 2011
  2. The last time I met Surg Cdr Small he was reading an ode to a haggis while dressed as Wee Willie Winky at the HMS CALLIOPE Burns Night.

    A first class officer - and reservist to boot.
  3. Nice to a few faces I remember from the training courses prior to
    deployment . An outstanding job out there done by all.
    We as a nation should feel very proud of our servicemen and women!
  4. Fantastic stuff, very humbling to see what can be done, well done all round.
  5. Absolutely Brilliant! And nice to see where the origins of 1:1 (Blood vrs Plasma) came from and it working in practice. We've just opened up a Trauma Unit and one of the things I managed to get accepted was 1:1 based on research / data coming out from the military (I'm a specialist nurse working with Blood Bank).
  6. MG Good effort like your job. Saw our old Fleet diving group Doc Steve "P" on there demonstrating the CAT torniquet.
  7. To be repeated at 0020, Thursday 24th November 2011.

Share This Page