Tactical Treatment of Gunshot & Knife Wounds

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  1. DrG

    DrG New Member

    Tactical Treatment of Gunshot and Knife Wounds

    This is a unique opportunity to learn what steps to take to stabilize a victim of a gunshot wound or serious penetrating trauma (including knife wounds) for the 3-30 minutes it may take until the ambulance arrives. This may be a family member, innocent by-stander or even yourself. This class based on principles of tactical medicine is designed for home owners/defenders, firearm instructors, and police/security officers, concerned citizens, etc..
    In this class you will learn critical anatomy, ballistic impact, managing the three major causes of death, using hemostatic agents, using tourniquets, putting together a trauma kit for home and vehicle and other topics to keep a person alive until help arrives. This class is presented both as classroom theory and practical hands on training. Be sure to bring a pen and paper for taking notes.

    Tactical Treatment of Gunshot Wounds is taught by a paramedic with the Chicago Fire Department with over 26 years of experience on the tough inner city streets.

    When: Saturday February 2, 2013
    Where: Cabela’s 7700 Cabela Dr., Hammond, In. 46324 (219) 845-9071
    (Take I-94 East to Indianapolis Blvd. South) 2nd Fl Conference room
    Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
    Cost: $85.00 (if you wish to use a credit card, you may do so with Pay Pal, via the web site)

    From more information, and/ or to register for this class contact Gerald Vernon at 773-415-1814
    Be sure to visit our web site at: www.personalprotectionconsultants.com

    Class size is limited to 20 people.