YALE/TULANE ESF-8 PLANNING AND RESPONSE PROGRAM SPECIAL REPORT (SYRIAN UPRISING)

Syrian Network for Human Rights reported the situation In Homs: − Hundreds of severely wounded civilians are not able to use the hospitals. − Medical personnel lack medication, anesthesia, surgical equipment, and in some cases, water and power to perform surgery. − Doctors are being detained for working in field hospitals or helping bring medical supplies to the wounded. − Possession of drugs and basic medical materials, such as gauze, is currently considered a crime of complicity with the rebellion.

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