Injections used by Indian army recovered from Karachi airport attackers
KARACHI: The security forces have recovered injections from slain terrorists, who attacked Karachi airport on Sunday night, which are used by front-line Indian soldiers in combats, ARY News reported.
Antihemophilic factor (factor VIII) injections are used to treat or prevent bleeding in people.
According to ARY News, the recovery of such injections reveals coordinated and comprehensive planning of terrorists to launch attack on sensitive installations of the country.
Factor-VIII injections are mostly used by soldiers during the battlefield as they don’t wait for medical aid in the war.
The injection Factor-VIII manually to prevent profuse bleeding after wounds.