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First Aid


» Signs and Symptoms of Shock
 

» Tactical Combat Casualty Care
Operational medicine overview

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

» ADMINISTER FIRST AID TO A NERVE AGENT CASUALTY
Identify the buddy-aid procedures for treating a nerve agent casualty

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

» Transport a casualty using a military vehicle
Identify procedures for moving casualties by litter and loading and unloading casualties using military vehicles.

» Heat Injuries
Types, treatment, risk factors, control measures

» Preventive Medicine Measures
 

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

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

» First Aid Class
 

» OVERVIEW of CLS TASKS and EQUIPMENT
Identify the functions of the combat lifesaver and the contents of the combat lifesaver aid bag

» Casualty Evacuation Operations
The purpose of this briefing is to provide an overview of casualty evacuation procedures and to provide you the information necessary to set up a SOP for casualty evacuation procedures at your respective sites

» ADMINISTER ACETAMINOPHEN AND PSEUDOEPHEDRINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLETS
Identify when acetaminophen and pseudoephedrine hydrochloride tablets should and should not be given, the appropriate dosage, and the effects of an overdose

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

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