OnSight Medical Training

Knob Creek

NES Member
Oct 9, 2007
South Coast Mass
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OnSight Medical Training presents:
Life Saver Trauma Med Care​

9:30am to 6:00pm​

Rod & Gun Club of New Bedford
1405 North Hixville Road, Dartmouth, MA, 02747​

$150 per person.​

Please note there is a $50 deposit upon registration, with $100 CASH due on day of class.​

This full day class is designed to teach the student how to effectively respond to and treat a victim in the event of a traumatic injury or medical emergency.

An emphasis is placed on bleeding control and bandaging wounds; however, this is not strictly a “how to treat gunshot wounds” class.

Discussion and hands on application will cover a variety of topics including;

  • • Personal safety while caring for victims
  • • Different wound types
  • • Stages of shock
  • • How blood loss affects the body
  • • Head injuries
  • • Fractures, and much more

The time to learn is now, before an incident happens. This class will include, but is not limited to:

  • • Basic first aid and advanced trauma / wound care
  • • Self-Aid
  • • Rapid patient assessment
  • • Effectively stopping massive bleeding
  • • Basic anatomy and physiology of life-sustaining systems
  • • M,A,R,C,H (Massive Hemorrhage, Airway, Respirations, Circulation and Hypothermia)
  • • Contents and application of Individual med kit components
  • • Proper storage and employment of the med kit
  • • Basic and advanced airway management – treating and monitoring for tension pneumothorax, sucking chest wound and flail chest
  • • Use of bandages, compression bandages, gauze, and hemostatic agents (celox, combat gauze, etc.)
  • • Proper use, storage and application of tourniquets, chest seals, NPA and trauma dressings
  • • Recognition and Treatment of various injuries (gunshots, lacerations, burns, airway blockage, head injuries, orthopedic, environmental)
  • • Recognition and treatment of hypovolemic (hemorrhagic) shock
  • • Moving and positioning victims with various injuries
  • • Evacuation considerations
  • • Prioritizing care
  • • Wound Ballistics
  • • Combat Mindset
  • • Situational Awareness
  • • Care Under Fire
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