Doctors treating bushfire burns victims around the country may have been more concerned about how they could save lives, while those treating victims of blazes in NSW were concentrating on reducing risk to firefighters, the coroner’s findings said

Doctors treating bushfire burns victims around the country may have been more concerned about how they could save lives, while those treating victims of blazes in NSW were concentrating on reducing risk to firefighters, the coroner's findings said. "It seems to me that the problem was perceived to be how they could provide help to those in need while not being responsible바카라," the coroner's report said. The study was conducted by Dr William White, the former director of the Burn Program at St Vincent's hospital, and Dr Jonathan Tullis at Mount Druitt Hospital…Více …