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Plastic Surgical Nursing:
doi: 10.1097/PSN.0b013e3181ee16ce

Bringing Comfort to Haiti

Wegner, Ronald A. ARNP, CRNA; Boal, Alex RN, CRNA; Walters, CAPT Lynda CRNA; Thomas, Tim RN; Wells, Erica BSN, RN; Griswold, LTJG Jeremy MSC, USN, RPh; Oravec, CDR David G. CHC, USN

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On January 12, 2010, a devastating earthquake ravaged one of the poorest nations in the western hemisphere. A week later, the U.S. Naval Ship Comfort was anchored off Port-au-Prince to perform a mission of mercy for hundreds of critically injured victims of this disaster. The staff of the U.S. Naval Ship Comfort included military as well as civilian volunteer healthcare professionals, working as a team day and night under adverse conditions to save lives and optimize outcomes for the survivors.

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