The Iraq War Clinician Guide, 2nd Edition
Publication Year: 2010
This guide provides information on treatment considerations for veterans of the Iraq War. It discusses the psychiatric treatment of medical casualty evacuees, traumatized amputees, veterans who suffered sexual trauma or suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, grief, or substance abuse. It also provides information on caring for the medical professionals who treat veterans and the importance of addressing the impact of deployment on families.
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