The Advanced Resuscitative Care (ARC) CPG is the most advanced TCCC update yet. For those who have been paying attention, it marks a milestone in DoD medicine, by allowing advanced providers with a mastery of the basics to reach into the remaining cause of preventable death: Noncompressible Torso Hemorrhage, or NCTH.

 

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Advanced Resuscitative Care… why this is the beginning. Original post by CROMEDICAL, link is below: https://www.cromedicalgear.com/blogs/newshere The Advanced Resuscitative Care (ARC) CPG is the most advanced TCCC update yet. For those who have been paying attention, it marks a milestone in DoD medicine, by allowing advanced providers with a mastery... Advanced Resuscitative Care… why this is the beginning. Original post by CROMEDICAL, link is below: https://www.cromedicalgear.com/blogs/newshere The Advanced Resuscitative Care (ARC) CPG is the most advanced TCCC update yet. For those who have been paying attention, it marks a milestone in DoD medicine, by allowing advanced providers with a mastery...

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Best Tourniquet Holding and Strap Pulling Technique Wall PL, Buising CM, Donovan S, McCarthy C, Smith K, Renner CH. 19(2). 48 - 56. (Journal Article)     ABSTRACT Background: Appropriate strap pressure before tightening-system use is an important aspect of nonelastic, limb tourniquet application.  Methods:Using different two-handed techniques, the strap of the Generation 7 Combat Application... Best Tourniquet Holding and Strap Pulling Technique Wall PL, Buising CM, Donovan S, McCarthy C, Smith K, Renner CH. 19(2). 48 - 56. (Journal Article)     ABSTRACT Background: Appropriate strap pressure before tightening-system use is an important aspect of nonelastic, limb tourniquet application.  Methods:Using different two-handed techniques, the strap of the Generation 7 Combat Application...

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Ease of Use of Emergency Tourniquets on Simulated Limbs of Infants: Deliberate Practice  Kragh JF, Wright-Aldossari B, Aden JK, Dubick MA. 19(2). 41 - 47. (Journal Article) Abstract Background:  To investigate questions about application of emergency tourniquets in very young children, we investigated practices of Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T) use on a simulated... Ease of Use of Emergency Tourniquets on Simulated Limbs of Infants: Deliberate Practice  Kragh JF, Wright-Aldossari B, Aden JK, Dubick MA. 19(2). 41 - 47. (Journal Article) Abstract Background:  To investigate questions about application of emergency tourniquets in very young children, we investigated practices of Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T) use on a simulated...

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