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COMBAT MEDIC ESSENTIALS.

Save Lives. Save Missions. Watch the Pro's Guide to Combat Medic Essentials video series and equip yourself to aid the injured and wounded.

MASTER THE BASICS OF FIELD MEDICAL CARE.

This video series will teach you excellent techniques for quickly, efficiently, and effectively attending to casualties in the heat of the mission. Watch this 3-part video series and learn how to treat injuries and wounds, ease pain, and reduce the risk of dying in the field.


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PART 1: CARE UNDER FIRE

TCCC lets field medics like you quickly assess injuries and wounds, then choose the best way under the circumstances to treat them. This video familiarizes you with the basic procedures during the “Care Under Fire“ phase.

PART 2: THE M.A.R.C.H. ALGORITHM

When multiple casualties occur all at once, you have to determine which injuries and wounds are the most life-threatening so you can know who to treat first. The M.A.R.C.H. algorithm helps you do exactly that. This video walks you through it.

PART 3: TOURNIQUET CONVERSION

Interventions are the heart and soul of Tactical Combat Casualty Care. In this video, you’ll learn step-by-step procedures on how to convert a tourniquet.


TEST YOUR MEDIC KNOWLEDGE.

Find out how much you know about the essentials of a Combat Medic and if you have what it takes to aid a casualty out in the field. 


 



PART 4: NEEDLE CHEST DECOMPRESSION

In the heat of a mission, any member of your team can suffer a tension pneumothorax. NCD is the go-to intervention. In this video you’ll learn when and how to use NCD and keep tension pneumothorax victims alive.

PART 5: PERIPHERAL IV

In this installment see how to start a peripheral IV line on an injured or wounded teammate and help him or her make it safely home.

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