February 20, 2019

Episode 189: Medical War Pt. 1

In this special episode we discuss medical care during the war.

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Sources

Sources:
A Grateful Heart: The History of a World War I Field Hospital by Michael Shay
Containing Trauma: Nursing Work in the First World War by Christine E. Hallett
Doctors in the Great War by Ian R Whitehead
Before my Helpless Sight: Suffering, Dying, and Military Medicine on the Western Front, 1914-1918 by Leo Van Bergen
The Medical War: British Military Medicine in the First World War by Mark Harrison
Medics at War: Military Medicine from Colonial Times to the 21st Century by John T. Greenwood and F. Cliften Berry Jr.
A History of Neurosurgery: In its Scientific and Professional Contexts Edited By Samuel Greenblatt, T. Dagi, and Mel Epstein (1995)
The Bradshaw Lecture on Wounds in War by Sir Anthony Bowlby
Notes on Penetrating Wounds of the Brain by Harvey Cushing
Cushing and the Treatment of Brain Wounds During World War 1 by Michael Carey
Fedor Krause (1857-1937): The Father of German Neurosurgery by A Whole Bunch of People
From a Surgeon's Journal by Harvey Cushing
Gunshot Injuries of the Skull: An Analysis of a Series of Twenty Cases by Cecil A. JollHarvey Cushing: A biography by John F. Fulton
Harvey Cushing, Neurosurgical Pioneer by Jeffrey Bruce and Samuel Bruce
Sir Victor Horsley - An Inspiration by Michael Powell
Sir Victor Horsley at the Birth of Neurosurgery by Michael Powell
Sir Victor Horsley: His Life and Work by Arthur MacNalty
Sir Victor Horsley, Physiologist and Surgeon
A Revisionist History of American Neurology by S.T. Casper
Working in a World of Hurt: Trauma and Resilience in the Narratives of Medical Personnel in Warzones by Carol Acton and Jane Potter
The Neurologists: A History of a Medical Speciality in Modern Britain, c. 1789-2000 by Stephen T. Casper
The Cradle of Neurology by J. Hutchison
The Treatment of War Wounds by W.W. Keen
A Study of a Series of Wounds Involving the Brain and its Enveloping Structures by Harvey Cushing