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DEALING WITH A TERRORIST ATTACK: A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL PERSPECTIVE

Muhammad Shahid, Rifat Rehmani and M. Saleem Khan.

Abstract
Terrorist attacks must be dealt as an epidemic
globally, as they usually cause multiple injured
patients. Pakistan is also a target of such attacks. An
explosives-packed car blew up near a bus taking
Chinese engineers to work at Gwadar seaport at 8 AM
on May 3, 2004. China is a key trading partner and
ally of Pakistan and is funding 80% of the port project.
This was the first time that Chinese workers have
been targeted in Pakistan. Three Chinese were dead
while 11 others were seriously injured. The injured
were taken to the Gwadar Civil Hospital and later
shifted to Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH)
Karachi at 2 PM.



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