11 March 2004 The Terrorist Bomb Explosions in Madrid Spain– An Analysis of the Logistics Injuries Sustained and Clinical Management of Casualties

In 2004, 10 bombs exploded in four commuter trains in Madrid, Spain. The authors provide an in-depth overview of the 250 patients with severe injuries and found the following injuries in patients: soft tissue and musculoskeletal injuries (85%), ear blast injury (67%), blast lung injury (63%), and head trauma (52%).
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