Tactical Combat Casualty Care

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Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Post by Jack » Mon Dec 14, 2009 4:28 am

Perhaps a starting point for learning and discussion. Let me know if you can't upload this power point.


Go to this link and then hit the PPT version at the top of the page, to get the pictures uploaded to this power point. Let me know if you can't figure out how to down load it with the pictures. If somebody is smart enough to get it to link directly to that version then feel free to do so.

http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:TRJ ... clnk&gl=us

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Post by jimothy_183 » Mon Dec 14, 2009 5:16 am

http://www.medlectures.com/Emergency%20 ... tyCare.ppt

To download the Power Point just right click the above link then left click "save link as" and you should be able to save it onto your hard drive without loading the webpage.
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Post by Admin » Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:12 am

Good stuff... the same that i have boiled down to the actioncard.. but good stuff
http://CQB-Team.com
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Tactical education and motivation.training info for the soldier that wish to learn the art of CQB.

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Post by Jack » Thu Dec 24, 2009 12:04 am

Additional good information on Combat Casualty Care.

http://www.tacmedsolutions.com/07/videos.php

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Post by Jack » Thu Dec 24, 2009 4:11 am

Forget the first power point. This one is a much better download.

http://www.naemt.org/education/PHTLS/TCCC.aspx

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Post by Mad Bastard » Thu Apr 15, 2010 8:39 am

absolutely outstanding, that cleared up a lot of things and developements ive been missing here in teh 3rd world.
no matter where you are, the US Army has it figured out this time round.
im also a combat lifesaver instructor, and i havent had a whole lot of updates from the tactical medicine side since 06, a lot has changed.
thats good though,
i read teh course from your download all the way through today and im glad i did.
thank you Jack for posting it.
the only thing i would add from my side of the fence is teh following:
1. the 3rd world is limitted to logistical elements in a SEVERE way making most of teh products used in the powerpoints rare if not non existent, ive even had to manufacture my own field dressings from fabric gauze and a shrinkwrap machine!!
2. i believe there is still something to be said for theimportance of wound cleansing and basic closure and suturing due to the limits imposed by many operational areas (like mine) the wound cleansing was minimized a little too much in the powerpoint given high risks for infection (especially in the jungle) but it kinda goes without saing so mebe im nitpicking
3. too much emphasis on specialized products and not enough on equivalents or field expedients
4. and not enough emphasis on casualty removal and transport methods, field expedients, and principles, mebe thats a little too basic for what they were getting at but, you can improvise a bodybag or poncho as a poleless litter as well. yall in the police or SOF might consider having a tailor in town sew up some canvas and seatbelts to make 6 handled poleless litters that roll up to the size of a combat boot for yall packs. (trust me)

but man oh man was there a lot of updates, even had a lot of stuff not thought up when i did the intermediate medic course on teh civilian side in 08.

and a word from my experience
DO NOT EVER BE AFRAID TO ATTEMPT THE STUFF IN THE COURSE IN REAL LIFE. it really isnt that difficult, and it WILL save lives, mebe even your own. when i run basic to advanced training, there is always the priority given to medical expertise, it is a force multiplier and saves bookoos in the logistical strains and mortality and infection rates. if yall ever seen the inside of a Zimbabwean "hospital" then youd know what i mean when i say youd better be able to do for yourself because no one else can do for you.
i was surprised at the "hextend" product, so if any yall got contacts wth medical equipment suppliers yall can ask em to see if they can whip you up soome "hetastarch" drips. probably work out a little cheaper than ordering the brand name.
again, thanks Jack, ill be using it.
regards, The Mad Bastard

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Post by Jack » Fri Apr 16, 2010 1:13 am

Thanks for the reply. Good points.

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Re: Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Post by Ryan » Thu May 12, 2011 11:08 am







Awesome videos, good things to consider before getting into this situation.
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Post by tacticalguy » Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:34 pm

Jack wrote:Forget the first power point. This one is a much better download.

http://www.naemt.org/education/PHTLS/TCCC.aspx
Excellent resource!
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Re: Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Post by Ryan » Fri May 25, 2012 5:49 am

Moved topic. Great discussion.
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"Anyone with a weapon is just as deadly as the next person."
"Unopposed CQB is always a success, if you wanted you could moonwalk into the room holding a Pepsi."

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Re: Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Post by jimothy_183 » Fri May 25, 2012 11:53 am

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Re: Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Post by RaidonTactics » Mon Jul 30, 2012 9:11 pm

Updated Website for Medical/Trauma courses. In the future RTI would love to host a LTT in the Philippines depending on attendance. We are in the process of building a training facility on a large property that we (Orion Synergy Group Foundation) owns and will be shared with RTI for specialize training internationally. Good stuff...working in progress.

http://raidontactics.com/training/medical/
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