MDCS10270 Basic Tactical Emergency Care
Academic Year 2021/2022
This is a core module in the Diploma in Military Medical Care and is open only to nominees of the Defence Forces.
During this module the student will specifically focus on tactically related care including but not limited to remote/austere environment care, and care of patients while still in hostile situations. The module is designed to enable the student to provide the appropriate standard of care to a patient who has sustained injuries in an austere or hostile environment.
At the end of the module students will have an understanding of the mechanisms of injury associated with operational military medical care, providing care while under hostile fire, and the different levels of military care facilities. Allied to this the student will add to existing knowledge in relation to trauma and will examine the considerations of providing prolonged care in austere environments.
1. Students will demonstrate competence in relevant clinical skills, in tactical and austere environments including:
i. Patient assessment and establishing a differential diagnosis.
ii. Identification and selection of appropriate therapeutic interventions.
iii. Safe and effective use of interventional skills
iv. Safe and effective administration of appropriate medications.
v. Safe delivery of standard CMT care in a remote, austere or hostile environment.
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