Physician looks to bring cutting-edge medicine to SWAT teams
Neeki said it is important for SWAT team paramedics to have advanced training in wound care, airway management techniques, and procedures for spinal injuries
By Jim Steinberg
San Bernardino County Sun
COLTON, Calif. — He's been an Iranian Army Corporal fighting Iraqi invaders, and seen first-hand the effects of mustard gas on people. He got close enough to the action to be hit by shrapnel from a 60mm mortar.
He was beaten and tortured in several Iranian prisons, before being smuggled out of the country.
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