This dynamic and practical course covers the complete evaluation and treatment of the tactical casualty during both the Care Under Fire / Direct Threat, Tactical Field Care / Indirect Threat phases, and solid preparation of the casualty for the evacuation phase to increase survivability. This stand-alone course covers all the materials presented in the Advanced Tactical Casualty Care Course and builds upon those skills with more detailed airway interventions, surgical airways, intraosseous (and to a lesser extent intravenous) access, fluid resuscitation, TCCC / TECC relevant medications, as well as dedicated litters.
This class is consistent with current Tactical Combat Casualty Care guidelines as well as the guidelines for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care. If topics are presented in the TCCC guidelines, they’re presented in this course.
Course taught in Beaverton, Oregon. October 22- 26th, 8-6 each day, 8-3 on Friday.
Coordinated by Knight Defense.
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