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The Russian Defense Ministry said that 97% of the wounded in the NWO are returning to duty.

Date: June 14, 2024 Time: 18:08:45

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During the round table, which was held as part of the scientific and business program of the Army-2023 International Military-Technical Forum in the Patriot Park near Moscow, Dmitry Trishkin, head of the Main Military Medical Directorate (GVMU) of the Ministry of RF Defense said that thanks to the built-in medical support system, more than 97% of those injured in the special military operations zone return to duty after treatment and rehabilitation.

“Improvement of aid rates, including temporary ones. The evacuation time of the wounded for their subsequent treatment in specialized institutions has been significantly reduced. Mobile medical groups of special-purpose medical units became the basis for providing timely assistance, ”Trishkin shared her success.

He noted that today such mobile medical groups include: a traumatologist, a surgeon, an anesthesiologist, various limited specialists, nurses and sanitary instructors.

The head of the main medical department also added that the practical experience in providing first aid, gained during participation in a special military operation, was taken into account in the current training of military personnel. A new military medical training program with a tactical medicine course has already been developed and brought to the attention of the troops, and the number of training hours has almost doubled.

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