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아이티 긴급구호 현장 - 의료 지원

2010.02.03

* UNICEF reports on the earthquake aftermath from a field hospital in Jacmel, Haiti
* 시간: 02 min 49 secs
* 촬영도시: Jacmel
* 촬영국가: Haiti
* 촬영일자: 24 Jan 2010


SOT Richard Alleyne, UNICEF USA:
"We are at the San Michel hospital in Jacmel. This hospital serves the community of Jacmel and four or five other surrounding communities. This hospital has been almost entirely destroyed from the January 12th earthquake. Right now some of the buildings are so structurally unsound that they cannot even house patients. That's why you see behind me we've got a triage centre and a field hospital in fact that has been set up by a number of surgeons who have travelled here from Delaware and Virginia. So I'm going to take a walk around the property and see just the
extent of the damage and what exactly is going on here."


SOT Maritza Sabad, Volunteer:
"This is the radiology where they do the examinations. This is where they keep elderly. It's completely destroyed. Then I think this morning. not that I think, I know for a fact that they found a 24 day old baby, a dog found him under the maternity ward that fell down, under the rubble. He's alive. We're trying to contact the mother, ten days after the earthquake"


SOT Dr. John Bravia,Trauma Surgeon:
"We're taking care of a lot of trauma injuries, mainly orthopaedic injuries, fractures, open fractures, closed fractures in all age groups. We're seeing infants with fractures, young child, lot of young children. We're also; our medical doctors we have with us are also taking care of a lot of chronic medical problems that were here even before the earthquake. And that's a lot of what we're seeing as well. This far out, a little more than a week we're also seeing wounds that are infected. We're debriefing a lot of wounds and treating a lot of infections. We just finished draining a big infection on a three-year-olds neck. Two days ago one of the surgeons did a caesarean section because there just isn't anybody else around to help. SO these people need everything as far as medical care. Most depressing is orthopaedic equipment. However there's great difficulty in trying to get equipment from other places here and I think the best thing people can do right now is give money to major organizations, UNICEF the Red Cross. And they have the pipeline set up. Let them get the equipment. Let them send it in. That's probably the best thing."

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