CTM- Combat Trauma Management, is an unique course invented and developed by the most experienced medics and PA’s from the US Special Forces who have a great downrange experience. It was developed to provide help mostly for the Special Forces operators wounded behind enemy lines or in a hostile environment, when evacuation is prolonged up to 72 hours.
Introduction to the CTM Course
Pressure Points, Direct Pressure, Tourniquets (conversion, proximation), Hemostatic Agents, Pressure Dressings, Junctional Hemorrhages (CROC, JETT, AAJT)
– Airway Management
Head Tilt/ Chin Lift
Supraglottic Airway Devices
– Breathing Assessment
Blunt and Penetrating Trauma to the chest (occlusive dressings)
Impaled objects to the chest
Tension Pneumothorax and Needle Chest Decompression
– Circulation Assessment
TXA and hypovolemic shock fluid therapy EZ-IO / IV
– Head injuries/ Hypothermia Prevention
– Battlefield Analgesia
Combat Pill Pack, Ketamine, Fentanyl, Morphine
War Wound Therapy
– Fractures and Joint Dislocations
– M.I.S.T Report
– Medical AAR
– Lessons Learned
Security site – treatment of victims during short stops tactical approach.
Training Scenario with medical moulage
Poland – EU
Tourniquet’s, hemostatic dressing, occlusive dressing, trauma dressing, junctional tourniquet’s, airway’s manikin, pneumothorax manikin, TCCC medical bags, survival blanket’s, CRIC manikin, EZ-IO training kit, IV training arm,
This course will be taught using classroom lectures and practical exercises.
TCCC or FPOS
NR OF ATTENDEES
Minimum 8 Persons
Tactical clothes, green or blue head lighter
What’s included in the price ?
Transfers from Airport or Train Station in Poland
Accommodation. Full, with day before and after the course included.
3 Delicious Homemade Meals Per Day . Eat as much as you want.
10 hours per day of training, lecture and exercises.
Live ammunition and/ or FX Simunition (depends on the course).
All training equipment and weapons.
Course Materials, Test and Certification ( depends on the course).
KMK T-shirt and cap or other clothing (depends on the course).
Access to the Internet.