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NousDefionsDoc
01-25-2004, 20:10
Medical Disclaimer:

This area is intended to provide a forum for Special Operations medical personnel and other interested members to discuss medically related topics and share lessons learned. It is not intended to replace competent medical care by a licensed physician.

THERE IS NO MEDICAL CARE PROVIDER – PATIENT RELATIONSHIP IMPLIED OR IMPLICIT BETWEEN YOU AND PROFESSIONAL SOLDIERS OR ANY PERSON THAT POSTS IN THIS FORUM.

We strongly urge that, in the event you need medical advice or care, you consult with a licensed physician.

NEITHER PROFESSIONAL SOLDIERS NOR ANY OF THE INDIVIDUALS POSTING IN THIS FORUM MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE ACCURACY OR UTILITY OF INFORMATION POSTED IN THIS FORUM. If you use the techniques described, or in any way rely on the information posted in this forum, you do so at your own risk and you assume all responsibility for the results.

PROFESSIONAL SOLDIERS AND PERSONS POSTING IN THIS FORUM ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY THING POSTED IN THIS FORUM.

By entering Professional Soldiers and this forum. YOU EXPRESSLY ASSUME ALL RISKS, known or unknown, associated with any use or reliance upon the information, contained in this forum. By your entry into Professional Soldiers and this forum you further agree, on your behalf and the behalf of all persons entitled to bring claims based on or related to your presence on Professional Soldiers , that Professional Soldiers and the persons posting on it SHALL NOT BE LIABLE for and YOU EXPRESSLY WAIVE any claims or damages arising from your use of Professional Soldiers and this forum and your use or reliance upon information and techniques posted here.

Special Operations Medicine is a serious business. The personnel on this forum are medical professionals who take time out of their very busy schedules to assist those who wish to learn. In addition, members may post information of a personal nature seeking information. For these reasons among others, we ask that you maintain professionalism and treat all posts with respect. You never know when a seemingly harmless joke may relate to a sensitive condition.

In order to facilitate discussion at the appropriate level, when you post for the first time in this forum, please provide a brief introduction with your level of training, experience, and current medically-related position as applicable.

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