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Indian defence lab develops ‘combat drugs’ to reduce casualties in Pulwama-type attacks, warfare

Security personnel near the site of February 14 suicide bomb attack at Lethpora in south Kashmir’s Pulwama. (Reuters file photo) NEW DELHI: With 90 per cent of gravely wounded security personnel succumbing to injuries within a few hours, Defence Research and Development Organisation ‘s ( DRDO ) medical laboratory has come up with a range of ‘combat casualty drugs’ that can extend the golden hour till the trooper is shifted to hospital. The spectrum includes bleeding wound sealants, super absorptive dressings and glycerated salines, all of which can save lives in the event of warfare in jungle and high […]

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