ADTMC Skills Validation Part 3

Medics, senior medics, and providers can use these videos to at least accomplish the “See One” portion of medical skills teaching. This is the Part 3 of the ADTMC validation series. Check Yourself on What You’ve Learned by Taking the Quiz Here Advertisements

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Forearm Injuries

When thinking about open wounds to the forearm or even open fractures, do you use Kerlix? Do you understand the risks of wrapping it circumferentially? Watch this video to learn more! Not everything about this video is perfect, but the point is to not create more problems by creating a compartment syndrome. The secondary pointContinue reading “Forearm Injuries”

Patellofemoral Syndrome

A Very Common Cause of Knee Pain This is very common, and I believe that Medics can both diagnose and treat it. When Soldiers walk miles for Land Navigation in the dark on uneven terrain, ruck march 9-12 miles, and conduct patrols- they can definitely get some knee pain. This is one common reason whyContinue reading “Patellofemoral Syndrome”

ACCIDENTAL HYPOTHERMIA

The SMOG is pretty good, except that medics on the ground don’t usually have the ability to perform an EKG.  And being an algorithm, it is not full of details. Still, it’s a good starting point. I also recommend this “COLD CARD” from the Wilderness Medicine Society. It is excellent and practical. Useful for assessmentContinue reading “ACCIDENTAL HYPOTHERMIA”

WRITING SOAP NOTES

A NECESSARY EVIL TO LEARN It’s boring stuff. I know. But it is important. It is important to know how to properly document issues for your guys. It’s important to know how to write a medical note properly on a SF600 in order to help your team. This video is a quick 6 minute powerpointContinue reading “WRITING SOAP NOTES”

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