643. It is important for soldiers to know the first aid in battlefield.
644. In frontline treatment, we advocate self-aid and mutual aid.
645. First of all, you should know how to treat the injuries
646. Can you judge the classifications of haemorrhage?
647. There are many methods of haemostasis for you to grasp.
648. As far as the bandaging is concerned, it will take a long time to do the practice.
649. Fracture occurs very often in battle.
650. It is necessary for warfighters to master the skills of temporary fixations.
651. Medical troops have heavy burdens in wartime.
652. Mass destruction weapons bring more difficulties to the first aid.
653. The methods and instruments in this aspect have been modernized.
654. The medical service is a branch in the study of military medicine.
655. It is necessary for the medical units to have advanced equipment.
656. Traditional field hospitals have been out of date.
657. But we still need a great number of doctors like Dr. Bethune.
658. In the Malvinas War, Britain employed civilian ships for medical use.
659. The biggest medical ship was refitted with more than 1,000 beds.
660. We must attach much importance to the first aid and evacuation in wartime.
661. We regard self-aid and mutual aid as aid measures and also as strategic tasks.
Words and Expressions单词和短语
haemorrhage n. 出血
haemostasis n. 止血
bandaging n. 包扎
fixation n. 固定
burden n. 重担，重负
refit vt. 改装
regard vt. 把…看作，认为