DLC – Remote Wilderness Survival Medical | First Aid Bleeding Module
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This course is intended for controlling bleeding in a Remote Wilderness Emergency Survival situation where professional medical services are not available and it is up to the survivor to attempt to preserve life to the best of their ability. It is a blend of lessons learned as a former Army Ranger and Green Beret with several Tactical Combat Casualty Care courses completed couple with actual battlefield applications of these techniques in combat, in addition to experience as a former Emergency Medical Technician and Emergency Room Technician.
- Considerations for Bleeding in Remote Wilderness Emergencies
- Cardiovascular Anatomy
- Types of Bleeds
- Blood Volume
- Intervention Protocols
- Remote Wilderness Emergency Interventions
- Scene Safety and Body Substance Isolation
- Direct Pressure and Elevation
- Wound Packing and Pressure Dressing
- Upgrading to a Tourniquet
- Tourniquet Application
Downgrading a Tourniquet
Joshua Enyart is not a licensed medical professional. He is a Wilderness Survival Instructor that is responsible for the safety and welfare of hundreds of students per year in the field in locations that are often far removed from the Emergency Medical System. This course is not meant for everyday use; it is meant for those remote extreme cases when you are all you have and should be considered for information only.
This course is only available in its entirety to mitigate the dangers of only having partial information on such a critical subject.
By purchasing this online course, you are attesting that you have read, understand, and agree to the following disclaimer:
Joshua Enyart is not a licensed Medical Professional and in no way wishes to represent himself as such. The techniques shown in these videos are not meant for everyday use. They are intended as informational only and only in the context of remote, extreme, emergency situations when the Emergency Medical System is not readily available in which the survivor may be forced to deal with these medical emergencies him/herself in order to attempt to preserve life. These techniques do not guarantee that preservation of life.
Invasive medical procedures may result in harm to yourself or others and should always be performed by qualified medical professionals when available. Medicine is an ever- changing field: viewers are advised to check the out current information provided by the manufacturer for every device being used and to verify the indications, contraindications, and proper procedural technique.
This digital course and the information contained herein has not been reviewed by, and is in no way endorsed or affiliated with, the Emergency Medical System within the United States (or any other Country) or the Committee for Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC). This digital course does not license or certify you in any way and is intended to supplement rather than replace proper physical training and supervision from qualified instructors.
Joshua Enyart does not assume any liability for any injury or damage to any person or property arising from the use of this video. You, as the end user, assume all risk for the application of any of these techniques. You are responsible for understanding and adhering to your local laws.