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Medical Handbook for Seafarers


Year: 2007
Language: english
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Number of pages: 213
Description:
When a vessel is at sea, it is often difcult or even impossible to get a doctor on board or to transport the ill or injured patient ashore. The success of the treatment depends on the medical know-how and treatment facilities on board. The captain of the ship is ofcially responsible for the treatment given on board. In practice, the person in charge is the captain himself or a person appointed by him. International and national regulations and instructions determine the crew’s level of medical training (e.g. STCW-95). In addition, the ship has a medical chest and the necessary medical equipment.
 
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