JRNMS 2015 101 (2)

 JRNMS 2015. 101(2)

JRNMS Front Cover

Contents

Editorial
MA Howell
100
Accessing the online archive for the Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service

Surg Lt Cdr D Angus

101
Special Feature
Maritime in transit care

PO G Bott, MA J Barnard, Surg Cdr K Prior

104
The operational role of the Royal Marines Band Service during the contingency era: lessons from Op GRITROCK

Musn CR Brisley, Musn A Duggan

107
Devising a training programme and reviewing the lessons identified during the contingency operations on board the Role 3 Maritime platform

Lt Cdr AM Clarkson

110
PCRF Pathology, Op GRITROCK – A biomedical scientist’s perspective

WO1 (MT) JP Robinson

113
Platelet apheresis in a deployed maritime environment: experiences from Operation GRITROCK

PONN MA Robinson, PONN MJ Bailey

116
Medical supply on contingency military operations: experience from Operation GRITROCK

WO1 (MT) JP Robinson

119
From RAF to RN – the transition from Princess Mary’s RAF Nursing Service (PMRAFNS) to Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service (QARNNS)

Lt SK Masawi

122
Nurse-delivered focused echocardiography to determine intravascular volume status in a deployed maritime critical care unit

Surg Cdr S Hutchings, LNN L Bisset, Lt Cdr L Cantillon, Lt P Keating-Brown, Lt S Jeffreys, Cpl C Muzvidziwa, CPONN E Richmond, Surg Cdr P Rees

124
 Expedition Medicine
A practical guide to expedition medical planning

Capt D Wilkins RAMC, Capt C Handford RAMC, Col A Nicol L/RAMC

129
Medical reconnaissance for the Defence Medical Services Dhaulagiri Expedition 2016

Flt Lt J Winchester, Flt Lt B Coombs

134
Exercise HIMALAYAN SERPENT: feedback article

Capt K France RAMC, Surg Cdr A Mellor

138
Lessons learned while undertaking high altitude medical research in the Himalayas

2nd Lt J Mackey RAMC, Surg Cdr A Mellor

143
Clinical Research
A systematic review of the use of tourniquets and topical haemostatic agents in conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq

Surg Lt Cdr AC Mawhinney RNR, Mr SJ Kirk

147
Clinical Reviews
What do we need for airway management of adult casualties on the Primary Casualty Receiving Facility? A review of airway management on Role 3 Afloat

Surg Cdr SJ Mercer, Surg Cdr J Read, Maj S Sudheer, Surg Cdr JE Risdall, Surg Cdr D Conor

155
The management of unexplained collapse in service age personnel

Surg Lt AS Martin, Surg Lt Cdr IA Edgar, Lt Col J Walker

160
The management of acute seizures in Naval Service personnel

Surg Lt M McLellan, Surg Cdr DA Freshwater

167
Abdominal hernias: a clinical review of their assessment and management in the Naval Service

Surg Lt Cdr S Roy, Surg Cdr M Khan

177
Lower limb stress fractures in military training

Maj AM Wood RMR, Ms A Porter

182
Recent changes in hypoxia training at the Royal Air Force Centre of Aviation Medicine

Surg Lt Cdr A Wrigley

186
Case Reports
A brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) bite at sea

Surg Lt E Stacjpw RN

188
Conference Reports
Military Health Systems Research Symposium 2015

Surg Lt Cdr J Penn-Barwell

192
Report from Association of Surgeons in Training

Surg Lt C Swain

194
Book Reviews 195
Obituaries 196
Service News 198