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1: Using CPR Face Shield

2a: Zoll AED Plus Demo 1

2b: Zoll AED Plus Demo 2

2c: Zoll AED Plus using pediatric pads

3a: Opening/Using Compressed Gauze

3b: Wound Packing Demo 1

3c: Wound Packing Demo 2 

4a: Tourniquet Use SofTT-W

4b: Application of C.A.T. tourniquet

5a: Penetrating chest/torso wounds

5b: Using a professional chest seal5c: Using Petrolatum gauze and tape as a chest seal

5d: More good info on chest seals (using non vented and vented)

6a: The Olaes Modular Bandage Demo 1

6b: The Oleas Modular Bandage Demo 2

7a: The Recovery Position

7b: Wrapping victim with emergency blanket

8a: Splinting a broken bone Demo 1

8b: Splinting demo 2

 

1) How to use a CPR Face Shield for rescue breaths when patient is unresponsive - (30 compressions, 2 rescue breathes, repeat until patient wakes up, or is breathing regularly on their own, or until help arrives):

 

2a) Zoll AED Demonstration 1

 

2b) Zoll AED Demonstration 2

 

2c) Using Zoll Pediatric Pads for children < 8 years and < 55 pounds (25 kg). Never use pediatric pads on an adult. you may use adult pads on a child if pediatric pads are not available. 

 

3a) For Massive Bleeding -- Opening and using Compressed Gauze  

 

3b) If wound is deep and massively bleeding in the junctional areas, (shoulder, groin, hip, neck) where a tourniquet will not work, you will need to pack regular gauze or hemostatic gauze into the wound, aiming for the source of the bleeding. Pack to the bone if possible - constantly holding pressure - until no more gauze will fit. Hold for 5 minutes, then wrap with a pressure wrap. Continue to hold pressure if possible until help arrives. Caution: Understand this is a mannequin and the blood is not real.

 

3c) We cannot emphasize this enough..More Wound Packing with gauze using Phokus Research Wound Cube

 

4a) For heavy, spurting, pooling non-stop bleeding on limbs Demonstration on the use of the newly upgraded Gen 4 SofTT-W Tourniquet

 4b) Application of C.A.T. tourniquet

 5a) Any Penetrating chest/torso wound can lead to a tension pneumothorax. See why sealing the chest is so important.

 

5b) Chest/torso penetrating wound - applying a chest seal 

 

5c) How to use petrolatum gauze and tape as a chest seal for chest/torso wounds.

 5d) More good info on chest seals (using nonvented and vented)

6a) The Oleas Modular Bandage - Basic Instructions

 

6b) The Olaes Modular Bandage: Applying the occlusive layer to treat a chest injury:

 

7a) If victim is breathing and conscious, let them sit or lie down, whichever makes them feel better. If a victim is unconscious, place them in the recovery Position to keep airway clear while waiting for help to arrive - cover with emergency blanket to guard against shock

 

7b) Wrapping victim with emergency blanket

 

8a) Splinting Demo 1 using the SAM Dynarex acti-splint   

8b) Splinting Demo 2 SAM Dynorex Acti-splint

Watching these videos are meant to help untrained bystanders feel more confident in jumping in to help. They are not a substitute for real hands-on training. If you need futher information about how to use our products, do not hesitate to contact our office at 888-223-1783, and we'll try to help. While we encourage bystanders to step in when possible when seconds count, we highly recommend taking a live course to be fully trained in CPR and bleeding control. You got this!