Novel Smallpox Vaccine – Increasing Resilience against the Ultimate Biorisk

Infectious disease threats are a continuous challenge for society and military services, and may originate from both naturally-occurring and deliberately introduced pathogens and toxins. Contrasting natural infectious disease outbreaks, biological weapons are based on microbial agents, subjected to weaponization and subsequent dissemination. A long history of development and usage of biological weapons by both state and non-state actors, including a rise of terrorist groups exhibiting interest in such asymmetric weapons usage, underscores the importance of prevention, response and recovery against this class of weapons.

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Events • 10-02-2014 - 10-04-2014

23. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Thoraxchirurgie (DGT)

Events • 10-07-2014 - 10-08-2014

Austere Medical Environments (AME)

Austere Medical Environments (AME) is a new event focussed on the delivery of care in challenging and remote environments. Featuring a dedicated exhibition, the fifth edition of
Trauma Innovation Conference (TI), and the Institute of Remote Health Care’s (IRHC) annual conference; the two-day event will unite more than 600 key decision makers and leading practitioners from the remote, military and civilian fields, as well as industry experts in pre-hospital care.

Events • 10-13-2014 - 10-15-2014

2014 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition

Events • 10-16-2014 - 10-18-2014

HPSN Europe

HPSN Europe is a free conference focused on advancing practice and innovation
in healthcare simulation. Join us at the Acibadem Universityʼs Centre of Advanced
Simulation and Education for seminars, workshops, keynotes and networking with
leading healthcare professionals from around the world.


Forward Aeromedical Evacuation

Many potentially preventable deaths in recent conflicts have occurred in the prehospital phase, of which Forward Aeromedical Evacuation (FAME) casualty movement played a role. To address this, the FAME mission has evolved from rapid and efficient clearing of the battlefield to a relative extension of heretofore-fixed, facilitybased resuscitative capability. Despite these recent advances, there remains convincing evidence that an opportunity to improve upon this record exists through further improvements in airframe, mission tasking, and clinical capabilities.

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Vigorous Warrior

“Interoperability will not work in a joint and multinational environment if forces do not practice, train and exercise together."

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News • 02-07-2014 • Company News


Improving Outcomes in Resuscitation Focus

February 6, 2014—CHELMSFORD, MASS.—ZOLL Medical Corporation, a manufacturer of medical devices and related software solutions, today announced that, in cooperation with the Emirates Cardiac Society (ECS), it will host the first Dubai Cardiac Arrest Symposium on February 22 at the Crowne Plaza Dubai (Sheikh Zayed Rd.).

News • 01-30-2014 • Company News

CAE Healthcare sells record 44 Caesar Trauma Patient Simulators to United States Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC)

Montreal, Canada, December 11, 2013 –– CAE Healthcare announced today the record sale of 44 Caesar trauma patient simulators to the United States Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) for tactical medical care field training in sites throughout the U.S., Guam and Spain. In addition to the simulators, CAE Healthcare will provide NECC training and multi-year maintenance services. The total contract is valued at more than $3 million.

News • 01-30-2014 • Company News

CAE Healthcare unveils CAE Fidelis Maternal Fetal Simulator at world’s largest healthcare simulation conference

San Francisco, California, U.S.A., January 24, 2014 –– CAE Healthcare announced today that it will unveil theCAE Fidelis™ Maternal Fetal Simulator at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), the world’s largest annual conference dedicated to healthcare simulation. Based on widely accepted and validated models of maternal-fetal physiology, the childbirth simulator will offer human-like vital signs and responses for practice of obstetrical emergencies and labor and delivery scenarios.

News • 12-20-2013 • Company News


The Casevac Stretcher by Flamor is now tested for airworthiness.


Care Lexicon – A Series to Collect

In the following article treatment options are described as well as materials and techniques that have been developed for use in the treatment of wounds in their various stages. This article makes no claim to be an exhaustive review of the subject but is intended to provide examples of each treatment option only.

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Medical Advisor Shape

MCIF is very pleased to continue the series about the chiefs of military medical service with Brigadier General Istvan Kopcsó, Allied Command Operations

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Saving Life and Limb – an Ethical Dilemma

Life- and limb-saving surgery in a level 1 trauma centre can be carried out with almost unlimited resources in western countries. In the austere environment military surgery is well organised up to the level of a role III facility and for allied forces transfer to a role IV facility results in optimal care for the severely injured. However, when local victims are presented to a role II/III facility transfer to a level 1 trauma centre is not feasable, and the optimal medical care available will be a role III military hospital combined with local facilities. This can lead to adapted medical decision making, taking into account rules of engagement and ethical aspects.
This case presentation demonstrates the potential of life- and limb-saving surgery, including secondary reconstructive procedures.

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Protecting the health of our forces NATO Deploy­ment Health Surveillance Course

Protecting the health of our troops is at least as important as any other support provided for our deployed forces to successfully carry out their mission. This is exactly why in 2010 the Deployment Health Surveillance Capability (DHSC) – a satellite branch of the NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (NATO MILMED COE) – was established in order to enable the epidemiological monitoring of the state of health of NATO forces and the early outbreak detection in the field. The DHSC's mission is to contribute to a better preparedness of the deployed NATO forces against the threats of infectious diseases and bioterrorist attacks.

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Diagnostic Facilities on board German frigates on deployment

With the end of the Cold War, the German Federal Armed Forces experienced a significant change in their scope of duties, effecting not only the GER Navy’s operations but also the kind of medical care administered on board ships.

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Vigorous Warrior 2013

The NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) in cooperation with the Joint Medical Service of the Bundeswehr organized a multinational military medical exercise – Vigorous Warrior 2013 (VW13) – on 16 – 27 September 2013 in Feldkirchen, Germany with participation from MILMED COE Sponsoring Nations among others, with the aim to exercise a modular constructed multinational Military Medical Support System. The participants included Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

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Business Mirror

Partners of the military worldwide Directory of manufacturers, distributors and service providers with their Profile, latest news and contact details. Your direct link!

2nd International Conference on Disaster and Military Medicine 2014

It will take place on November 12 and 13, 2014 and is organized by the BETA Group, under the auspices of the Medical Corps International Forum (MCIF), powered by Messe Düsseldorf GmbH.

Almanac - Military Medical Corps Worldwide

The forth edition of Almanac - Military Medical Corps Wordwide is now available.

The Almanac accurately reflects the contemporary status of the military medical services of more than 86 countries, such as the number of existing military hospitals, institutes and armed forces personnel.