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Trauma Bleeding Control

Trauma Bleeding Control is a life-saving course designed for the lay responder.

  • 1 h
  • 38 US dollars
  • Lake Stevens

Service Description

Trauma Bleeding Control Trauma Bleeding Management for casual responders saves lives. White House "Stop the Bleed" guidelines. Students control arterial bleeding. Tourniquet-based pressure dressings are taught. A bleeding emergency can avoid limb loss. Amputation, gunshot wounds, and natural calamities are examples. Bandaging, packing wounds, shock, and tourniqueting are practiced. Bleeding kills in minutes. Damage to a leg or arm artery requires immediate attention. Bleeding Control takes an hour. Instructors demonstrate bleeding control techniques. Students practice tourniquet application. Learn two-handed gauze packing. Active shooter situations may have inspired the training. Bleeding Control also saves lives in vehicle accidents, amputations, and punctures. This course teaches the String of Survival. CAT and SWAT Tourniquet usage explained. Participants obtain Trauma Control Certification.

Contact Details

  • Lake Stevens, WA 98258, USA

    (206) 712-8488

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