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📒Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook ✍ Department of Defense
📝Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook Book Synopsis : This illustrated manual includes the following chapters: Part 1: Operational Issues Operational Issues: Care Under Fire Operational Issues: Hospital Survey Operational Issues: General Medical Site Survey Checklist Operational Issues: Site Survey, Veterinary Annex Operational Issues: Pararescue Primary Medical Kit Packing List Operational Issues: USAF SOF Trauma Ruck Pack List Operational Issues: USAF SOF Trauma Vest Pack List Operational Issues: Suggested M5 Packing List Operational Issues: Naval Special Warfare Combat Trauma AMAL Operational Issues: Patient Considerations Operational Issues: 9 Line MEDEVAC Request Operational Issues: Helicopter Landing Sites Operational Issues: CASEVAC with Fixed Winged Aircraft Operational Issues: Air Evacuation Phone List Part 2: Clinical Process Clinical Process: Medical History and Physical Examination Part 3: General Symptoms Symptom: Acute Abdominal Pain Symptom: Anxiety Symptom: Back Pain, Low Symptom: Breast Problems: Mastitis Symptom: Breast Problems: Breast Abscess Incision and Drainage Procedure Symptom: Chest Pain Symptom: Constipation Symptom: Cough Symptom: Depression and Mania Symptom: Acute Diarrhea Symptom: Dizziness Symptoms: ENT Problems Symptoms: Eye Problems: Acute Vision Loss without Trauma Symptom: Eye Problems: Acute Red Eye Without Trauma Symptom: Eye Problems: Orbital or Periorbital Inflammation Symptom: Eye Problems: Eye Injury Symptom: Fatigue Symptom: Fever Symptom: GYN Problems: Female Pelvic Examination Symptom: GYN Problems: Abnormal Uterine Bleeding Symptom: GYN Problems: Pelvic Pain, Acute Symptom: GYN Problems: Pelvic Pain, Chronic Symptom: GYN Problems: Vaginitis Symptom: GYN Problems: Bacterial Vaginosis Symptom: GYN Problems: Candida Vaginitis/Vulvitis Symptom: GYN Problems: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Symptom: GYN Problems: Bartholin’s Gland Cyst/Abscess Symptom: Headache Symptom: Jaundice Symptom: Joint Pain Symptom: Joint Pain: Shoulder Pain Symptom: Joint Pain: Hip Pain Symptom: Joint Pain: Knee Pain Symptom: Joint Pain: Ankle Pain Symptom: Male Genital Problems: Genital Inflammation Symptom: Male Genital Problems: Testis/Scrotal Mass Symptom: Male Genital Problems: Prostatitis Symptom: Male Genital Problems: Testis Torsion Symptom: Male Genital Problems: Epididymitis Symptom: Memory Loss Symptom: OB Problems: Pregnancy Symptom: OB Problems: Vaginal Delivery Symptom: OB Problems: Preterm Labor (PTL) Symptom: OB Problems: Relief of Shoulder Dystocia Symptom: OB Problems: Breech Delivery Symptom: OB Problems: Cesarean Section Symptom: OB Problems: Episiotomy and Repair Symptom: OB Problems: Preeclampsia/Eclampsia Symptom: Palpitations Symptom: Rash and Itching Rash with a Fever Symptom: Shortness of Breath (Dyspnea) Symptom: Syncope (Fainting) Part 4: Organ Systems Chapter 1: Cardiac/Circulatory Cardiac: Chapter 2: Blood Chapter 3: Respiratory Chapter 4: Endocrine Endocrine: Adrenal Insufficiency Chapter 5: Neurologic Chapter 6: Skin Chapter 7: Gastrointestinal (GI) Chapter 8: Genitourinar Part 5: Specialty Areas Chapter 9 Podiatry Chapter 10: Dentistry Chapter 11: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Chapter 12: Zoonotic Diseases Chapter 13: Infectious Diseases (ID) Chapter 14: Preventive Medicine Chapter 15: Veterinary Medicine Chapter 16: Human Nutritional Deficiencies Chapter 17: Toxicology Chapter 18: Mental Health Chapter 19: Anesthesia Part 6: Operational Environments Chapter 20: Dive Medicine Chapter 21: Aerospace Medicine Chapter 22: High Altitude Illnesses Chapter 23: Cold Illnesses and Injuries Chapter 24: Heat-Related Illnesses Chapter 25: Chemical, Biological, and Radiation (CBR) Injuries Chapter 26: CBR: Biological Warfare Chapter 27: CBR: Radiation Injury Part 7: Trauma Chapter 28 Trauma Assessment Chapter 29: Human and Animal Bites Chapter 30: Shock Chapter 31: Burns, Blast, Lightning, & Electrical Injuries ... and more.
📒Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook ✍ United States Special Operations Command
📝Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook Book Synopsis : The Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook is a comprehensive reference designed for combat and special forces medics in the field, it is also a must-have reference for any military or emergency response medical personnel, particularly in hostile environments. Developed as a primary medical information resource and field guide for the Special Operations Command (SOCOM). As a grid-down medical reference for the doomsday prepper it can't be beaten. Defines the standard of health care delivery under adverse and general field conditions. Organized according to symptoms, organ systems, specialty areas, operational environments and procedures. Emphasizes acute care in all its forms (including gynecology, general medicine, dentistry, poisonings, infestations, parasitic infections, acute infections, hyper- and hypothermia, high altitude, aerospace, dive medicine, and sanitation.). DO NO HARM, DO KNOW HARM The following medical texts should be in the preps of every serious off-grid survivor: Ranger Medic Handbook Special Operations Medical Handbook STP 31-18D34-SM-TG A MOS 18D Special Forces Medical Sergeant PART A: Skill Levels 3 and 4 STP 31-18D34-SM-TG B MOS 18D Special Forces Medical Sergeant PART B: Skill Levels 3 and 4
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📒Sof Combat Casualty Care Handbook ✍ Combined Arms Center
📝SOF Combat Casualty Care Handbook Book Synopsis : This handbook was previously distributed as a supplement to the Journal of Special Operations Medicine. The realm of special operations forces (SOF) medicine is a unique and ever-changing one that demands specialized training for our joint SOF. Managing trauma on today’s battlefield presents a dynamic array of challenges where limited resources can be rapidly overwhelmed. An austere environment, hostile gunfire, and delays in casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) are the norms for the special operations medic. The material in this handbook was gleaned from special operations medics operating in the Global War on Terrorism and other operational environments. It should not be viewed as a substitute for the professional training and judgment of special operations medics; rather, it is designed to be a hip-pocket reference on the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) of SOF-relevant tactical combat casualty care. Key Lessons Ninety percent of combat loss of life occurs before casualties ever reach a military treatment facility (MTF); treatment prior to casualty evacuation is vital. Litter carries are fundamental for good patient care; they prevent further injury and get individuals off target as soon as possible. Rehearse manual carry methods prior to deployment. Every special operations warfighter should carry a tourniquet and be thoroughly familiar with its application. When managing multiple casualties, apply the principles of triage in classifying the priority of treatment and evacuation. Rehearse and employ all of the mechanics of CASEVAC from the point of injury to the handover at a MTF. This handbook provides a number of considerations when employing medical support to SOF in combat. The challenges are numerous, but the special operations medic must deliver medical care to save Soldiers’ lives. The collection of TTP in this handbook will enhance the medic’s ability to determine the optimum method to deliver casualty survival assistance.
📒Advanced Tactical Paramedic Protocols Handbook Atp P 8th Edition ✍ Journal of Special Operations Medicine and Breakaway Media
📝Advanced Tactical Paramedic Protocols Handbook ATP P 8th Edition Book Synopsis : The Advanced Tactical Paramedic Protocols Handbook (ATP-P) 8th Edition contains the 2014 updates for the US Special Operations Command Tactical Trauma Protocols and Tactical Medical Emergency Protocols.The ATP-P handbook is a checklist to emergent medical care protocol. The guidelines contained in this handbook are created, compiled, and reviewed annually by the Curriculum and Examination Board, which consists of a combined group of Special Operations Forces (SOF) physicians, advanced tactical paramedics (ATPs), SOF medical personnel from all branches, and civilian medical personnel. For quick reference in a lifesaving situation, the uniform pocket-sized ATP-P Handbook contains the USSOCOM Tactical Trauma Protocol and Tactical Emergency Medical Protocol; Canine-TCCC; the Recommended Drug List (RDL), (which covers the side-effects / adverse effects / contraindications / warnings, adult and pediatric dosages, and what protocols they would be relevant to); Burn and Nerve Charts, and the Military Acute Concussion Evaluation (MACE) and pre-hospital Combat Medic/Corpsman Algorithm (CMA) Charts that are approved for use by the ATP.
📝AFSOC HANDBOOK 48 1 EMT INTERMEDIATE PARAMEDIC TREATMENT PROTOCOLS FOR AIR FORCE SPECIAL OPERATIONS MEDICAL TECHNICIANS Book Synopsis : This handbook incorporates requirements, information, and procedures formerly contained in AFSOC SG policy letters. This Handbook applies to all active duty AFSOC 4F0X1 and 4N0X1 personnel, certified at the Emergency Medical Technician- Intermediate and Paramedic level, as outlined in AFSOCI 48-101. Medical Control Care of injured personnel in combat or rescue situations requires medical command and control by licensed medical providers. Paramedical and Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediates providing care in these situations are acting under the principal of ‘delegated authority’, where the provider(usually a physician) allows appropriately trained personnel to perform specified diagnostic and therapeutic interventions. There are several types of medical control: - On Line Medical Control: A physician is either present on the scene and personally directs patient care, or is contacted by radio or other means and gives ‘live’ instructions. -Off Line Medical Control: Contact with a control physician is impossible or impractical, care is given based on specific physician approved protocols. The medical control chain for AFSOC medical technicians assigned to Operations Support Squadron Medical Flights(OSS/OSM) is in the following precedence: On Line Medical Control: - Senior AFSOC Flight Surgeon present at the scene. - Special Tactics Flight Surgeon present at the scene. - Senior US military physician present at the scene. - Qualified(training equivalent to US physician) Allied country senior military physician present at the scene - Qualified civilian physician(training equivalent to US MD or DO) present at the scene, provided he/she agrees to assume responsibility for care and accompany the patient to higher level of care. - Senior AFSOC Physician Assistant present at the scene - Any of the above in direct radio contact Off Line Medical Control: On line medical control is the preferred means of medical control for all casualty situations. In the event on line control is not possible the following will apply: - The Senior medic is responsible for directing medical care at all scenes where on line control is not possible. He/she will direct medical control in strict adherence to the established protocols contained herein. - AFSOC medical technicians assigned to OSS/OSM flights will attempt to contact on line medical control in all situations prior to reverting to protocol use, with the exception of an immediate life threat and then will attempt to establish on line control as soon as possible after the patient is stabilized.
📒Us Army Physician Assistant Handbook ✍ Borden Institute
📝US Army Physician Assistant Handbook Book Synopsis : The Army physician assistant (PA) has an important role throughout Army medicine. This handbook will describe the myriad positions and organizations in which PAs play leadership roles in management and patient care. Chapters also cover PA education, certification, continuing training, and career progression. Topics include the Interservice PA Program, assignments at the White House and the Old Guard (3d US Infantry Regiment), and roles in research and recruiting, as well as the PA's role in emergency medicine, aeromedical evacuation, clinical care, surgery, and occupational health. More titles produced by the US Army, Borden Institute can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/agency/borden-institute Check out our Healthcare Teamwork & Patient Safety resources collection here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/healthcare-teamwork-patient-safety-teamstepps Best Care Everywhere can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/best-care-everywhere
📒Army Medical Officer S Guide ✍ Peter N. Fish
📝Army Medical Officer s Guide Book Synopsis : Guide to the duties, customs, organization, administration, resources, and benefits for medical officers in the U.S. Army.
📒Survival First Aid ✍ Patrick Wilson
📝Survival First Aid Book Synopsis : Elite soldiers often operate in hard-to-reach locations or far behind enemy lines. If one of them is injured, medical attention is rarely readily available. For this reason, soldiers must be trained to treat injuries themselves. This book will show you how to treat some of the most common injuries and illnesses that you're likely to get in the wilderness. Whether it's a small problem like a blister or a major health concern like a heart attack, it's important to know how to deal with any injury or medical problem. Learn how to: • treat someone who has eaten a poisonous plant. • set broken legs after a climbing fall. • deal with hypothermia, when the body's temperature drops dangerously low. • provide treatment for severe burns. • stop a person from bleeding to death.
📒Management Of Burns An Issue Of Surgical Clinics ✍ Robert Sheridan
📝Management of Burns An Issue of Surgical Clinics Book Synopsis : Editor Robert Sheridan and authors review the latest in Management of Burns. Articles will include Reflection: evolution of the field over 50 years, Acute burn procedures and operations, Special injuries and illnesses, Initial evaluation and fluid resuscitation, Critical care of burns, Biology and principles of scar management and burn reconstruction, Management of common post-burn deformities, Burn recovery—physical and emotional rehabilitation, Anesthesia and pain control for burns, Outpatient burn management, Measuring burn outcomes, Burn care in disasters and austere settings, On the horizon--research priorities for the next decade, and more!