Telemedical consult is one of the most important core capabilities in a prolonged field care situation.
Telemedicine is a crucial capability that must be planned and practiced. The base of knowledge that a SOF medic’s knowledge encompasses includes many areas of medicine but generally lacks
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The Special Operations Medical Association Podcast on Prolonged Field Care is back with a new episode on a long awaited topic, traumatic ventilation. We were finally able to corner a real, live anesthesiologist who was actually more than happy to sit down and talk about ventilation after his years of experience working at the heads of thousands of patients. This episode starts right off with a difficult scenario discussion that includes a hypovolemic patient with a GSW to the pelvis, RR 35
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Pre-deployment checklists, cheat sheets and other resources now updated! Everything I am posting below could help anyone who finds themselves in over their heads Continue reading “Deployment Downloads”
This post has been a long time coming. This is where it began and may be the most important tool we have to offer. This is the 10 Capabilities Position Paper revisited with the grid made easily available. If you have read the position paper you know that everything we recommend is in the “Minimum, Better and Best” format. Continue reading “Position Paper – 10 Essential Core Capabilities for Prolonged Field Care”
One of the original papers written in Feb of 2014 remains extremely pertinent and one that I have gone back to reference time and time again.
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PFC WG analgesia and sedation comments (Feb, 14)
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