Newly Invented 'Life Support System for The Limb' Could Reduce Amputations
Soldiers who suffer from serious battlefield injuries usually lose their limbs to amputation to save their life. But a new pioneering new treatment developed a research team at Strathclyde University could avoid amputations and save these limbs. Referred to as the 'life support system for the limb', the technique gives doctors the time needed to repair damage, and thereby reducing amputations.
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