Sat, Sep 12|
Austere Emergency Casualty Care
This 2-day course covers topics designed to decrease preventable death in the tactical situation. Topics include Hemorrhage control; airway control and strategies for treating wounds in austere environments.
Time & Location
Sep 12, 2020, 9:00 AM – Sep 13, 2020, 3:00 PM
Boise, ID, 8324 W Vincent St, Boise, ID 83709, USA
About the Event
The primary purpose of the course is to "buy time" so that the patient may make it to the hospital alive.
At the core of the AECC program are three distinct phases that have been well-proven by Special Forces Medics in the war against terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The phases are as follows:
Imminent Threat Care: Care rendered while still under attack or in an inherently dangerous situation.
Detailed Care: Care provided while the threat is not active, but may re-emerge at any point.
Evacuation Care: Care delivered while the casualty is being evacuated from the incident site. This is hopefully a setting where the patient is en route to a hospital or surgeon.
AECC focuses on life-saving medical interventions during these phases of care and provides guidelines for managing trauma in the civilian tactical or hazardous environment. While AECC has a tactical slant, it takes a "Worst Case" approach to provide care outside of the traditional EMS sphere.
We provide all medical supplies for skills and scenarios.
-Durable Outdoor Clothing that is weather appropriate
-Boots (duty boots, salomon or like are acceptable)
-Pen & Paper
BELOW IS OPTIONAL FOR LEO or FIRST RESPONDER STUDENTS:
***If you have kit/equipment, bring it. This lets you run the scenario in the same equipment you might use in a real situation. We like to say "train how you fight."***
-Wet or Cold Weather Gear
-Change of Socks
-Battle Belt or Like
-Personal Aid Bag/Kit
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In order to provide our classes, we must commit resources, assign instructors, arrange classroom/range availability and incur other costs associated with the class. These commitments are not reduced when fewer students attend. Additionally, we many times do not have space for everyone that may want to participate in a scheduled session and therefore must turn away students who wish to sign up.
The weather may also be a factor uncontrollable by Range University and the session may need to be canceled or rescheduled.
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In the event, you are unable to attend the session and less notice is provided you will be able to reschedule to attend another scheduled session, but no refunds can be provided.
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Austere Emergency Casualty
This ticket includes access to two days of training and all required medical supplies.