CATASTROPHIC BLEED MANAGEMENT
Developed and based on the military medics one-day Battlefield Casualty Drills Course the Catastrophic Bleed Management Course is aimed at teaching people how to provide life – saving treatment before the arrival of the emergency services in the event of an incident.
While many people know how to react to a medical emergency such as a heart attack and asthma attack, a different approach is needed to act effectively after a catastrophic injury from a bomb blast, gunshot or stabbing.
This course can also be used for workers in remote areas where definitive medical care is not minutes away but hours.
The course instructs delegates in the use of first care dressings, haemostatic dressings, CAT Tourniquets and how to improvise dressings from what you have around you when no first aid equipment is available.
The course is designed for either security staff working in the Uk or in hostile environments, forest workers, arborists, construction workers, expedition leaders and companies who feel their staff would benefit from this type of training.
History Of Catastrophic Bleed Management
- SAFETAC / METHANE/MIST Reports for calling in a medical emergency
- Anatomy and Physiology
- First Care Bandages
- CAT Tourniquets and improvised tourniquets.
- Hemostatic dressings such as Celox, Quick Clot and Hemcon.
- Bolin – Chest Wounds
- How to treat ballistic, bomb blast and knife injuries.
- Remote Areas Injuries
A minimum of six contact hours in the classroom, consisting of practical and theoretical activities, plus some pre-course activity could be required.
Assessment is ongoing by the instructor, along with a multiple choice question paper, and a three-year qualification will be issued to those who satisfy the criteria.
A maximum of 12 students are allowed and the course is tailored to your job specific needs.
We are able to deliver this course on your site, reducing your costs in respect of additional time out and travelling.
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