Sugar, honey and water for treating war-wounded patients in Congo. An innovative war surgery presented by Red Cross

The International Committee of Red Cross and Red Crescent publish an interesting video that explain how war-wounded patients are treated in Congo, with a new generation of war surgery treatments. In a short video interview Doctors Alain Kabakuli, surgeon, and Pierre Kabuya, anaesthetist, explain how war-wounded patients are treated at Bukavu General Hospital with the limited means available in the region.

First of a series of five videos that illustrate different aspects of innovative war surgery in a bare-bones context.

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