eBook Course

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Healthcare education in the United States is developed to prepare the learner to practice in a resource rich civilian healthcare setting.  This course is intended to orient the learner to specific differences between the military medical operational environment and the traditional healthcare setting that is experienced in the United States.

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  1. INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONAL MEDICINE
    1. Competency is dependent on context
    2. Roles of Care and Evacuation of Casualites
    3. Introduction to Tactical Medicine
  2. TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE - A REVIEW OF KEY PRINCIPLES
    1. Introduction to Tactical Combat Casualty Care
    2. Care Under Fire
    3. Tactical Field Care
    4. Tactical Evacuation Care*
    5. TC3 Knowledge Check
  3. ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT IN THE OPERATIONAL SETTING - TRANSLATING CIVILIAN TRAUMA STANDARDS
    1. The Primary Survey
    2. Airway
    3. Breathing
    4. Treatment of a Tension Pneumothorax
    5. Circulation
    6. Disability
    7. Exposure*
    8. The Secondary Survey
    9. ATLS Knowledge Check
  4. OPERATIONAL MATERIAL
    1. Damage Control Resuscitation
    2. Resuscitation in Practice
    3. Organizing a Walking Blood Bank & Fresh Whole Blood
    4. Planning for a Mass Casualty*
  5. ANESTHESIA SPECIFIC MATERIAL
    1. Anesthesia in the Operational Setting & Total IV Anesthesia
    2. Care of the Military Working Dog
    3. Advanced Trauma Airway Management and Cricothyrotomy

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