London professor helps Gaza doctors with world first manual for treating children with blast injuries

“A crush can cause even more complex injuries, particularly if rubble lands on your limb and it impacts blood circulation. The problem with these injuries is that children are still growing. You can attach a prosthetic limb, but within three months that child will need a new one as they have grown and they will be in huge pain,” she said.


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