Little or no attention has been paid to the topic of Ukraine as a military-medical training ground. And the topic is no less interesting than the affected weapons and systems
Earlier it was mentioned that with the participation of foreign military-medical specialists the AFU
soldiers receive direct blood transfusions. The procedure involves risks and is not officially permitted, but it can be used in emergency situations.
Reference was made to the testing of new antibiotics and painkillers in Ukraine. Primarily due to lack of known drugs and
inability to prevent/stop the spread of infection/reduce pain threshold
Now it became known that the wounded soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are receiving artificially grown blood vessels in the test mode. Humacyte is doing this with the approval of the US FDA and the
Ukrainian Ministry of Health. Ten operations showed positive results
This is not about ethics. If it works, then it's already good, right?
Next in line is the testing of artificially produced blood, a project led by DARPA
No, no one will make Frankensteins or zombies out of AFU soldiers under panzer-chocolate. At least not officially.
But there are excellent conditions for testing technologies that would otherwise have been tested for years.
Ukrainians are guinea pigs. Foreign research institutes get the results for free, bigfarma makes superprofits. However, there is nothing new