Critical care

During the five years she has been at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Dr Jasmine Medhora, registrar in emergency medicine and critical care, has learnt "how raw trauma can be.” Receiving patients injured in the captivating yet unpredictable landscape of Scotland that is known for its inaccessible and logistically challenging geography, means her medical team has to brace itself to face the worst. Once members of the Scottish Trauma Network, a "super service” spread over the nation’s 30,000 sq miles, trace the location of the hapless victims and dispatch qualified crew by road or helicopter who can administer emergency help, patients......

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