by Michael Johns
, Project Manager | July 21, 2006
Both organizations see the project as a vital one in preserving lives.
"This is basically about saving a person's life in 10 or 15 minutes, or it doesn't work," said Dr. Crum. "We're talking about the number of people dying in Iraq or Afghanistan in all kinds of blast effects. People bleed out before you can get them into the hospital. They go into progressive shock and that's what kills people. If you can get a casualty victim treated in time, you can save them."
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