NGO provides prosthetic limbs to wounded Syrians

04/2/2014 | Washington Times, The

Handicap International is providing prostheses and counseling to refugees from Syria who have lost legs and are now living in a refugee camps in Lebanon and Jordan. One challenge is that most emergency amputations are not performed by orthopedic surgeons, and patients often need additional procedures before being fitted with a prosthesis, said Henri Bonnin, a field director for Handicap International.

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