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Chapter 1 Introduction to humanitarian medicineAmy S. Kravitz and Sheri Fink Chapter 2 Responses and respondersPatrick Robitaille and Sandrine Tiller Chapter 3 Health priorities in displacementGustavo Fernandez, Françoise Bouchet-Saulnier, Alena Koscalova, Kiran Jobanputra, Ana Maria Tijerino, Philippa Boulle, Veronique Mulloni, Iza Ciglenecki, Nathalie Avril, Tammam Aloudat, Monica Rull, Pierre Maury, and Isabelle Voiret Chapter 4 Health systems designJorge Castilla Echenique, Andre Griekspoor, and Hyo Jeong Kim Chapter 5 Gender-based violence in humanitarian crisesJennifer Scott, Rose Leonard Molina, and Jocelyn T.D. Kelly Chapter 6 Mental health in humanitarian settingsVanessa Cavallera, Lynne Jones, Inka Weissbecker, and Peter Ventevogel Chapter 7 EpidemiologyP. Gregg Greenough and Andrew James Willis Chapter 8 Understanding economic effects of humanitarian interventionDirk-Jan Omtzigt Chapter 9 International law for healthcare workersFrançoise Bouchet-Saulnier Chapter 10 SecurityNorman Sheehan and Chris Houston Chapter 11 Medical care under fire: a perspective from the international medical organization Médecins Sans FrontièresCamille Michel, Kenneth Lavelle, and Thomas Nierle Chapter 12 Medical logistics in humanitarian settingsBernard Chomilier and Christine Chomilier Chapter 13 Working for international organizationsRod Volway Chapter 14 Approach to clinical care in humanitarian contextsRaghu Venugopal Chapter 15 Mass casualty triageChristos Giannou and Jennifer Turnbull Chapter 16 Medical triagePeter Moons Chapter 17 Approach to paediatric careDaniel Martinez Garcia, Laurent Hiffler, and Jaap Karsten Chapter 18 ShockLaura Hawryluck and Miroslav Stavel Chapter 19 FeverLaura Sauve and Kevin Chan Chapter 20 AnaemiaMargaret Salmon, Lily Muldoon, and Max Ritzenberg Chapter 21 PainJoseph O’Neill Chapter 22 JaundiceMichelle Tubman Chapter 23 LymphadenopathyAnna MacDonald Chapter 24 Cough and breathlessnessJoseph O'Neill Chapter 25 OedemaAnne Aspler Chapter 26 Patient with unintentional weight lossJames Maskalyk Chapter 27 Diarrhoea and vomitingPeter Moons, Vincent Buard and Raghu Venugopal Chapter 28 MalnutritionKevin Chan and Jennifer Turnbull Chapter 29 MalariaElizabeth Ashley Chapter 30 Neglected tropical diseasesJan Hajek Chapter 31 Tuberculosis and HIV in humanitarian contextsPeter Saranchuk Chapter 32 Clinical suspicion of EbolaTim Jagatic and Craig Spencer Chapter 33 Venomous animal bites and stings and marine poisoningDavid A. Warrell Chapter 34 Global impact of antimicrobial resistanceCatherine Berry Chapter 35 Response to epidemic diseaseAnneMarie Pegg Chapter 36 Cardiac conditionsSaleem Kassam Chapter 37 Respiratory illnessAditya Nadimpalli and Philippa Boulle Chapter 38 Gastrointestinal illnessIngo Hartlapp Chapter 39 NeurologyAaron L. Berkowitz Chapter 40 UrologyAxel Bex Chapter 41 Reproductive healthMarianne Stephen Chapter 42 ObstetricsBenjamin Oren Black and Susan Ann O’Toole Chapter 43 NeonatologyJonathan Spector and Marie Claude Bottineau Chapter 44 OphthalmologyWilliam Mapham Chapter 45 Ear, nose, and throatLaurent Bonnardot, Olivier Malard, Elisabeth Sauvaget, and Sarah Giles Chapter 46 Chronic non-communicable diseasesPhilippa Boulle and Tammam Aloudat Chapter 47 Palliative careJoseph O’Neill Chapter 48 Major traumaDavid Nott Chapter 49 Medical management of the surgical abdomenMassey Beveridge and Marco Baldan Chapter 50 Wound care and minor surgical proceduresMassey Beveridge Chapter 51 BurnsMassey Beveridge Chapter 52 Orthopaedics and limb injuriesDavid Rowley