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July 16, 1982 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

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It's Very Feasible
To Deal With The
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So Forget the Rest
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Specialties:
Plumbing, Electrical,
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YAKOV



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40



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HOME CARE

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carpet, floor, furniture cleaning.
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Ranches - $199
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ROOFING
New and Repairs
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Carpet and Vinyl
installation and repair.
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Any Repair or
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(plumbing, electrical, etc.)
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Friday, July 16, 1982 61

Israeli Battlefield Medicine
Believed Best in the World

By HUGH ORGEL
trained more to use their papers have suggested that
TEL AVIV JTA) — Is- weapons while wearing the drained corpses were
rael is unique in the proxim- gloves. The Medical part of medical experiments
ity of its doctors to the front Corps would also try to in blood transfusions.
line — only 200-300 meters develop anti-burn masks
Reporters in sourthern
behind the lead tank or ar- to cover faces, Dolev said. Lebanon have noted that it
mored personnel carrier in a
He said he had issued was from the Palestinian
battle situation and possi- standing orders to his Medi- hospitals in Tyre and Sidon
bly less if there is street cal Corps to treat anybody that foreign doctors, includ-
fighting in a town — and in in need of medical treat- ing Norwegians, were de-
the number of its medical ment — "not only our own tained for helping _PLO ter-
personnel per division, ac- soldiers but enemy, both rorists disguise themselves
cording to Brig. Gen. Dr. Syrians and PLO, and local as medical staff personnel
Eran Dolev, commander of civilians."
or patients.
the Israel Defense Forces
The chief army- doctor
One of the Norwegian
Medical Corps.
said that at the request of doctors has since charged he
Dolev told foreign corres- the Health Ministry his saw Israeli soldiers kicking
pondents that the IDF had medical teams had helped Palestinians to death — a
two doctors and eight medi- the local Lebanese doctors charge vehemently denied
cal orderlies in a medical and hospital staffs to get by Israeli doctors and local
platoon at battalion level themselves back to normal. Lebanese.
"We are merely helping
and a psychologist or
psychologist-social worker them to help themselves.
at brigade level to deal Lebanon once had a good Survey Disputed
NEW YORK (JTA) —
quickly with cases of battle health service, but it was
destroyed by the PLO which The number of Jews in Nas-
fatigue.
He said the medical bat- closed down many hospi- sau and Suffolk counties,
talion at divisional level tals, stole supplies and estimated at 425,000 via a
comprised 550 doctors or equipment and instructed survey sponsored by the
medical orderlies, compared the doctors and hospitals Federation of Jewish
to only 135 in the Russian who they should treat, on a Philanthropies of Greater
army and slightly more — party and political affilia- New York, is considered by
Long Island Jewish com-
about 18; — in the U.S. tion basis," Dolev said.
army. The Americans are
He said the medical munity leaders as a "seri-
about to increase their med- services in south Leba- ously underestimated" to-
ical establishment to Israeli non were already better tal.
The estimate, which is
standards, as a result of the than they had been when
lessons of the 1973 Yom Israel first entered the one-third less than has been
Kippur War, he said.
area, and -he hoped they widely believed, brought
Cases of battle fatigue would soon be back to reactions of dismay by Nas-
were treated in the field their original "pre-PLO sau and Suffolk county
leaders, who feared the new
by the psychologist get- standards."
ting the soldier to "talk
Dolev confirmed reports estimate would lead to a
out" his problem. In most that Israeli army doctors cutback by the federation
cases the man was back had found, in the "Palestine in its funding of local prog-
rams, according to the Long
with his unit, operating Red Crescent Society" hos
fully, within. 24-48 hours. pital in_ Tyre, corpses tied to Island Jewish World.
Dolev said that some 80 beds and drained of blood.
percent of the 1,570 Some still had tubing at-
Otto Lilienthal built and
wounded during the fight- tached to their veins. Israeli flew the first glider.
ing had been evacuated to
hospitals inside Israel by
helicopter. "There was the
closest cooperation between
the Medical Corps and the
1 75 1 5 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Air Force. Any helicopter in
the Air Force is available to
Suite 865
evacuate wounded," he said.
Southfield, Mich. 48075
Surgical operations in the
field were kept to the
minimum and only six cases
were carried out in frontline
areas when it was a matter
of life or death. Hospitals in
Israel have reported that
the excellent frontline first
aid care and preliminary
medical attention ensured
that wounded arrived in
safe areas in the best possi-
ble condition.
Dolev said as a result of
the Yom Kippur War ex-
perience most soldiers wore
flak jackets which reduced
body injuries but increased
the percentage of head in-
juries. These had been espe-
cially great in numbers and
in severity during the fight-
ing in Nabatiya, Tyre and
Paste in old label
Sidon in the first days of the
war when the PLO at- 1
tacked Israeli forces with
hunting rifle types of
firearms using dumdum
bullets generally utilized
for big game hunting, Dolev
said. Dumdum bullets were
outlawed by the Hague
Convention of 1899, he
noted.
NAME
Burn injuries in tanks
had been reduced by
anti-fire gloves, but sol-
Effective Date
diers would have to be

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