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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

NC PATCON 2013 TCCC


I will be conducting a condensed one day Tactical Combat Casualty Care course at this
year's PATCON on Friday May 3rd. We have a few open slots left as class size will be limited to 15 max. If you would like to attend contact Brock at FREENC to sign up;
http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2012/10/spring-2013-nc-patcon-thursday-may-2nd.html
The cost is $100 per person with half going to fund the PATCON expenses. When you register, send me your email and I will send you some advance reading and list of items to have with you. This course normally last a full week so we will cover alot of information in a short time. I have taught this course to all five branches of our defense department, some federal three letter agencies and every allied nation we have in Europe, Mideast and Africa. It will be something you can take back to your home team and continue learning. Your first Frag Order for this course is, bring a .223/5.56 AR to class BUT NO AMMO. Leave that in your car or campsite. Wear comfortable weather appropriate cloths that you don't mind getting dirty. We are out in the country so if you do not bring your own lunch you will be provided with a delicious MRE.
Training will start at 0900 and last all day.
These are the key topics we cover in the one week course and we will hit most of them at the PATCON. I will place special emphasis on skills needed in the Care-Under-Fire and Tactical Care phase.
 THE SCIENCE BEHIND TCCC,
SPECIAL OPERATOR RESOURCES FOR CONTINUED LEARNING,
DYNAMICS OF URBAN COMBAT AND TEAM RESPONCE,
COMBAT CASUALTY MORTALITY CURVE PAST AND PRESENT,
MASSIVE HEMORRHAGE CONTROL USING;
DIRECT PRESSURE, TOURNIQUETS, PRESSURE DRESSING,
HEMOSTATIC AGENTS,
ADVANCED AIRWAY MANAGEMENT USING; POSTIONING, NPA,
SUCTIONG, CRICOTYROTOMY, LMA, KING LT,
RESPIRATION & CRITICAL CHEST ASSESSMENT,
TENSION PNEUMOTHORAX DECOMPRESSION,
HEMOTHORAX TREATMENT,
CIRCULATION ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT,
HYPOVOLEMIC RESUSCITATION,
IV ACCESS AND OPTIONS,
INTRAOSSEOUS ACCESS,
FLUID OPTIONS IN THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT:
RECOGNIZING AND TREATING RHABDOMYOLYSIS
HYDRATION STRATEGIES,
OPERATIONAL & ATHLETIC HYPONATREMIA,
HYPOTHERMIA IN CASUALTIES,
TREATMENT OF OPEN AND CLOSED HEAD INJURY,
CERVICAL SPINE IMMOBILIZATION IN THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT,
BURN MANAGEMENT IN THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT,
GSW AND IED INJURIES,
PAIN MANAGEMENT IN OPERATIONS,
FIELD WOUND CARE,
SEPSIS PREVENTION AND TREATMENT,
CASEVAC/MEDAVAC PROCEDURES.

3 comments:

  1. I'll be there if TSHTF doesn't happen before then. All we can do is pray and prepare. Looking forward to it.

    Alan S. Pedersen
    III
    Fort Mill, SC

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