As one of the medical science disciplines, the treatment of severe injuries has grown fast for the last 50 years. The main trigger for this discipline came from the wars, especially World War II, as well as local military conflicts of the twentieth century, the time, when the main principles of sorting and administering of the medical aid for the injured during mass destruction were established .
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