“Medical care is part of our everyday life, whether we are civilian or military dressed. In military operations, this “discipline” acquires an additional explosiveness and significance. Hardly anyone likes to go there, but everyone is glad that they can be helped. In this discipline we see devices and utensils that we hardly remember as they are presented to us, or devices whose use and function we do not recognize at first sight. But we are amazed to discover that what was once good still exists today. The name is the same, the appearance, materials and size have changed.