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WorldAsiaMedic Katulin explained the reasons for the death of Russian servicemen in the special operation zone

Medic Katulin explained the reasons for the death of Russian servicemen in the special operation zone

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The head of the Training Center for Tactical Medicine (UTsTM) of the Kalashnikov enterprise, Artem Katulin, told RIA Novosti that in the Special Military Operation (SVO) area, more than half of deaths are not due to life-threatening injuries, and many amputations are caused by improper tourniquet application.

According to him, over the past five years in Russia, more than 85,000 people have died from road accidents, and in the NVO zone, more than 50% of all deaths are not due to fatal injuries. , while more than 30% of amputations were due to incorrect application of the tourniquet.

Katulin noted that in comparison with previous conflicts in which the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation participated, many nuances emerged. The calibers of the guns have changed, the amount of impact on the soldiers and the terrain on which the battles take place are of great importance.

According to the doctor, specialists from UCTM are working in the NWO area and studying new experiments.

Earlier, the Russian doctor “Casper” spoke about the rescue of Russian and Ukrainian soldiers at the front.

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