Good story from the UK's Sky News about how advances in trauma medicine learned in wartime are rolled out to the civilian population.
A British woman badly injured in a car accident tells her story:
"I don't remember anything about the accident or the initial aftermath, but I know my husband was told to prepare for the worst.
"There was a chance that I would lose both my legs and an arm, but that didn't happen.
"What they did for me was amazing and a lot of it was down to the knowledge they had from treating badly injured soldiers.
"They literally took my arm off and put it on a table so they could work on it and they did the same with my leg."