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october 2015
Classroom Product Lab EMS News Events {issue 1015}
Monthly Focus
Trauma and Wound Management
Integrating new methods and products into trauma care
By Dean Meenach

EMS providers need to apply best practices for trauma patient triage and consider available products to improve patient survival.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the leading cause of civilian death from age 1 to 44 in the United States is traumatic "unintentional injury." EMS providers have to diligently stay up to date with the latest procedures and products in trauma care, as manufacturers continue to develop better ways to manage critically injured patients in the field.

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Visit the BTU Classroom to sign up for the Pediatric Trauma CEU

Review common types of pediatric trauma, the importance of early recognition of injuries, and the need to understand the differences in pediatric anatomy in order to adjust assessment techniques.

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HALO Vent Instructional Video

The HALO Vent was specifically developed for casualties with excessive bleeding, heavy perspiration, or very wet and extreme environments. Learn how the HALO Vent works as well as how to apply it.

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