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Civilian Trauma Response

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Civilian Trauma Response

Civilian Trauma Response
Last updated 2/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 3.51 GB | Duration: 2h 13m

Advanced Trauma Life Support - Learn to Safe a Life

What you'll learn
Bleeding Management
Airway and Respiration
Hypothermia and Head Injury
Basic Life Support
M.A.R.C.H. Algorithm
Hemorrhage Control Concepts
Tourniquets applications
Open Chest Wounds - Chest Seals Application
NPA insertion
Improvised Tourniquets
Open Airway Techniques
Requirements
This Course is not requiring any level of experience.
Description
The Civilian Trauma Response Course (CTR) goes far beyond first aid. This course is split in two sections. One is based on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) procedures used by the Military to save lives during combat. The second section is based on the civilian BLS ( Basic Life Support ). Civilians are usually the first ones on scene in an active shooter incident, terrorist act, natural disaster or everyday accident. The CTR Course is putted together by different experts in emergency and tactical medicine. You should be prepared to make a difference and save a life. This course will have more than 8 Hours of video training materials.Why is Civilian Trauma Response Training Important?In the instance of an accident, or worst-case scenario of an active shooter incident, terrorist attack or active threat in the workplace or a school, civilians are the first responders. When seconds count, it is vital to begin aiding the wounded individual(s). During an active shooter incident or active threat, time can especially be strained. First responders will be rushing to the scene. Law enforcement’s first and primary objective is to eliminate the threat, potentially passing over and not treating wounded individuals until the threat has been resolved. This means that you are the true first responder in this active shooter or active threat scenario. Will you be able to treat the injured and help save lives?Course Curriculum Introduction to Advanced Tactical Casualty CareM.A.R.C.H AlgorithmBleeding management Hemorrhage Control ConceptsDirect PressureBandagingHemorrhage Control Concepts & SkillsTourniquetsCAT TourniquetsJunctional Hemorrhage & Hemostatic AgentsWound PackingHemostatic AgentsWound Packing BandageDismounted Complex Blast InjuryJunctional Hemorrhage & Hemostatic AgentsBlood Sweep & Casualty EvaluationAirway and RespirationAirwayHead Tilt, Chin LiftNasopharyngeal AirwayRespirationThoracic TraumaChest SealsNeedle DecompressionRecovery PositionHypothermia Other InjuriesHead InjuriesAbdominal InjuriesBlast InjuriesBasic Life Support

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Civilian Trauma Response Course Manual - Part 1

Lecture 3 Trauma Kit

Lecture 4 Initial Assessment

Lecture 5 Massive Bleeding Intro

Lecture 6 Direct Pressure

Lecture 7 Tourniquets

Lecture 8 Tourniquets approved by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Lecture 9 Tourniquet C.A.T - One Hand Self Application

Lecture 10 Tourniquet C.A.T - Leg Application

Lecture 11 Tourniquet S.O.F.T W - One Hand Self Application

Lecture 12 Improvised Tourniquets

Lecture 13 5 Myths about the Tourniquets

Lecture 14 Wound Packing

Lecture 15 Airway Management

Lecture 16 Penetrated Chest Wounds - Chest Seals

Lecture 17 Sucking Chest Wounds - Chest Seal 2

Lecture 18 Chest Seals Models

Lecture 19 Pneumothorax and Tension pneumothorax

Lecture 20 Circulation and Hypothermia

Lecture 21 Circulation

Lecture 22 Hypothermia

Lecture 23 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT

Lecture 24 Civilian Trauma Response Course Manual - Part 2

This Course is designed for all the individuals who want to learn the skills to safe lives if they will find themselves in an emergency situation.