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Medical Evacuation and Liquidation of the Medical-Sanitary Aftereffects in Crisis

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2022

Natalia Baranova
Affiliation:
Center of the Medical Evacuation of the All-Russian Center of Disaster Medicine “Protection” of the Ministry of Health Care of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
Boris Boby
Affiliation:
Center of the Medical Evacuation of the All-Russian Center of Disaster Medicine “Protection” of the Ministry of Health Care of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
Sergei Goncharov*
Affiliation:
Center of the Medical Evacuation of the All-Russian Center of Disaster Medicine “Protection” of the Ministry of Health Care of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
Natalia Nechaeva
Affiliation:
Center of the Medical Evacuation of the All-Russian Center of Disaster Medicine “Protection” of the Ministry of Health Care of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
*
Correspondence: Sergei Goncharov 123182, Moscow, Shukinskaya Str., 5, Russia E-mail: goncharov_ser@rambler.ru

Editor’s comment

The following article was cleared for publication following peer review and upon the Editor-in-Chief’s decision. The manuscript is an addition to the global health literature. The manuscript reads uneven in the current English version, but the topic and concepts presented are of global interest and add to the disaster planning, response, and recovery knowledge base.

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© The Author(s), 2022. Published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine

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