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First Aid

» Give First Aid for Burns
Identify the proper procedures for treating a casualty with burns.

» One and Two Man Carries

Identify signs and symptoms of chemical agent poisonings and their treatments

» MEDEVAC for Medical Staff
BLACKHAWK load options, MEDEVAC vs. CASAVAC In-flight interventions and limitations, Physical size, limitations Total “transfer time” vs. “flight time”, “written orders” vs. “standing orders”

» Put on a Field Dressing, Pressure Dressing and Tourniquet
Apply a field dressing, elevation, manual pressure, a pressure dressing, and a tourniquet, as needed, to a wound on a casualty’s limb

Identify the three types of heat injuries and the treatment for each

» Trauma- Focused Individual Training
Soldiers continue to die on today’s battlefield just as they did during the Civil War. The standards of care applied to the battlefield have always been based on civilian care principals. These principals while appropriate for the civilian community often do not apply to care on the battlefield.

» Apply Different Dressings

Apply a dressing to a casualty with an open chest wound

» Treat a choking casualty

» Treat Fractures

» Identify and treat cold weather injuries
Identify the proper procedures for treating a cold injury casualty

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

Apply a SAM splint to a fractured limb

» Evaluate the Casualty
As a combat lifesaver, you will evaluate and treat soldiers as your combat duties permit

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