NP: Lessons from Iraq helped in treating Boston bombing patients

04/22/2013 |

Nurse practitioner and trauma program manager Joe Blansfield of Boston Medical Center said his year serving in Iraq helped him during his work with the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. Last week's experience was "disturbingly similar," he said. "The lessons learned in Iraq definitely paid dividends on Monday," said Blansfield, who was a colonel in the Nurse Corps of the Army Reserve.

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