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TCCC COURSE OUTLINE
Introduces evidence-based, life-saving techniques and strategies for trauma care

  • Built around working out of an IFAK
  • Teaches the fundamentals of emergency care delivery in austere tactical and urban environments
  • Emphasizes hand-on, practical, real-world interventions and improvisational solutions
  • Based on TCCC principles and lessons learned from the field
  • Conducted in accordance with the TCCC All Combatants protocol

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

  • The TCCC Concept
  • Care Under Fire
  • Tactical Field Care
  • Tactical Evacuation
  • Managing Hemorrhage
  • Primary Survey Technique: MARCH
  • Secondary Survey Technique: Head to Toe
  • Casualty Carries
  • Transporting Casualties

 

  • Trauma Management
  • Monitoring and Treating Basic Airway Complications
  • Chest Anatomy and Injuries
  • Treating a Sucking Chest Wound
  • Identifying and Treating a Tension Pneumothorax
  • Definition of Shock
  • Treatment for Hypothermia
  • Applying Splints to Fractures
  • Introduction to Prolonged Field Care


WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE

The course is designed for anyone, with or without medical experience, who wants to learn how to use an IFAK in emergency situations.

 

Skills are applicable to any situation requiring care, including military operations, law enforcement, and humanitarian and disaster relief operations.

Choice of 4 or 5 days of training with flexible curriculum options tailored to your organization’s TCCC needs.

For more information, call 813.248.2277

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