Saving lives on the battlefield

An old method of treating soldiers with freeze-dried blood plasma has come back around with advances that make it safer to use. The military stopped using this method after an outbreak of hepatitis during the Korean War. Dr. Teo Mendez, orthopaedic surgeon at Lenox Hill Hospital, describes how it has been improved and what it can do to save lives.

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