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First Aid

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One and Two Man Carries» One and Two Man Carries
 

MEDEVAC 101» MEDEVAC 101
 

MEASURE AND MONITOR A CASUALTY'S RESPIRATIONS» MEASURE AND MONITOR A CASUALTY'S RESPIRATIONS
Determine a casualty's respiration rate and describe characteristics of the respirations

MEASURE AND MONITOR A CASUALTY'S PULSE» MEASURE AND MONITOR A CASUALTY'S PULSE
Determine a casualty's pulse rate and describe the characteristics of the pulse

ENFORCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE MEASURES FOR PROTECTION AGAINST DISEASE AND NONBATTLE INJURIES» ENFORCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE MEASURES FOR PROTECTION AGAINST DISEASE AND NONBATTLE INJURIES
 

RECOGNIZE AND GIVE FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES» RECOGNIZE AND GIVE FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES
Identify the three types of heat injuries and the treatment for each

SAI's vs. STD's» SAI's vs. STD's
 

Signs and Symptoms of Shock» Signs and Symptoms of Shock
 

Splint a Suspected Fracture» Splint a Suspected Fracture
Splint a suspected fracture of the arm or leg

Tactical Combat Casualty Care» Tactical Combat Casualty Care
Operational medicine overview

Transport a Casualty using a one-man carry» Transport a Casualty using a one-man carry
Transport a casualty using an appropriate one-man carry.

Transport a Casualty using a two-man carry or an improvised litter» Transport a Casualty using a two-man carry or an improvised litter
Construct and use an improvised litter

MANAGE A CASUALTY WITH COMBAT STRESS REACTION (BATTLE FATIGUE)» MANAGE A CASUALTY WITH COMBAT STRESS REACTION (BATTLE FATIGUE)
Identify characteristics of combat stress reaction and its treatment.

INSERT AN OROPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY IN AN UNCONSCIOUS CASUALTY» INSERT AN OROPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY IN AN UNCONSCIOUS CASUALTY
Identify procedures for inserting an oropharyngeal airway in an unconscious casualty

INITIATE AN INTRAVENOUS INFUSION» INITIATE AN INTRAVENOUS INFUSION
Initiate an intravenous infusion (I.V.).

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