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Old 12-29-2017, 11:28 PM
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Default Medical training: what is there to know?

Not a list of classes, but a journal issue on moving military combat medicine out to civilian practice - "Tactical Combat Casualty Care: Transitioning Battlefield Lessons Learned to Other Austere Environments"
http://www.wemjournal.org/issue/S1080-6032(17)X0004-5

The abstracts, not the full articles; it'll be a few months before the articles are available for free.
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It will be interesting to read when the full article becomes available. This old EMS hack has been around MAST pants and intracardiac epinephrine was still a thing and I always enjoy learning of better ways of doing things as emergency medicine grows and evolves.
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Interesting read this article for sure. 100% of members here train to use all sorts of firearms. It is nice to know we have EMS, combat medic vets, doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and other healthcare workers in this band of 2d Ammendment enthusiasts. I appreciate you all!
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Old 12-30-2017, 6:48 PM
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I know a Medic Vet that teaches what he calls RANGE EMERGENCY CARE: The Range Emergency Care (REC)* course focuses on what can be done to care for select life-threatening events e.g. cardiac arrest, penetrating wounds such as from bullets and knives, amputations, external hemorrhage, severe allergic reactions, heat stroke and seizures.
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It will be interesting to read when the full article becomes available. This old EMS hack has been around MAST pants and intracardiac epinephrine was still a thing and I always enjoy learning of better ways of doing things as emergency medicine grows and evolves.

I'm also a hack from back in the day and look forward to reading more.
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Looks like there are a few of us "back in the day" folks around.

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It will be interesting to read when the full article becomes available.
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https://www.amazon.com/Ditch-Medicin.../dp/1581603908

A great resource.
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