Upgraded my EDC SOF-T Tourniquet with a @tacmed_solutions TRAC- Tourniquet Retention Assistance Clip making one hand applications much easier. Ordered 2 from @skinny_medic last week. Well worth the money and still fits in my @phlster flatpack TQ carrier without a problem.
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#repost - "Excited to announce our new strategic partnership with The Activity Group! We will be featuring their innovative medical products in our Executive Protection Medical Courses and upcoming contracts with TCCC medical evolutions." #alexanderglobalstrategies
EMLC has Conducted workshop at Medchal Police Station for their staff on Community CPR & AED. The participants were also trained in Active Bleeding Control.
This initiative is to promote the awareness among the lay people how to stop bleeding in case of trauma.
Exsanguinating bleeding can lead to death. By stopping the bleeding with simple techniques can be life saving.
In the wake of Sandy Hook, Santa Fe, and all schools and public places everywhere, what would you do if you encounter someone bleeding profusely? Did you know that it takes an average of 6 minutes for first responders to arrive on scene, and about 3 minutes for severe bleeding to become fatal? Also, within that 3-minute time frame, did you know that brain cells begin to die? Today I'm glad I went to the Stop the Bleed Course this morning...despite the rain and despite the fact that it's Monday! I've always believed that it is one's duty and responsibility to never stop learning and growing as well as to take advantages of the resources that are available to you, especially as a healthcare professional. This course was brief and succinct and definitely could save many lives for events like mass shootings, motor vehicle accidents, bombs, and more. You just never know when you need to render aid. What if your loved one becomes the victim? The second photo is a training tourniquet I did on myself during the skills portion of the course. It is more effective than homemade tourniquets. Military personnel uses this type of tourniquet as well. Did you know that airports, hospitals, and some schools now have bleeding control kits located next to AEDs or first aid stations and the like? That is prevention awareness. Please share this knowledge! Check out www.bleedingcontrol.org for resources and more information. .
You are the right people @angry.canadian #repost "When your weekend is being spent with the right people.
Teaching alongside @talondefense @veilsolutions and @sparrowdefense at this years Alum event. Great students make for great classes."