Student Manual Multimedia Edition CD
The 8-week course of instruction at the Field
Medical Service Battalion prepares Navy Hospital Corpsmen for service with the
Instruction in the classroom and the field
includes training in:
- Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)
- Airway Management
- Hemorrhage Control
- Blast injuries
- Penetrating wounds
- Chemical, Biologic, and Radiologic Casualties
- Fluid Resuscitation
- Weapons safety
The product of this training are men and women
with superb medical reflexes, able to provide their life-saving skills in the
field, air, and at sea.
This compact disc, produced by the Brookside
Associates, combines all of the original text from the latest (2008) FMST
Student Manual with additional images, graphics, videos and other manuals.
This material can be used to augment initial
training in field or wilderness medicine, or as refresher training for Corpsmen,
Medics, EMTs, and others who provide initial medical care in isolated settings.
medicine textbooks and manuals.
medicine videos, demonstrating "How-to-do-it".
Thoracentesis" and "Basic Shock and Resuscitation" videos.
doesn't depend on the internet and for security reasons, does not install
anything on your computer. (although you can copy it onto your hard drive,
if you have 580 MB of free space). It is always ready whenever you need it.
REFTRA is not a problem.
With the FMST Student Manual Multimedia CD, you can access all the written
training material provided to the Hospital Corpsmen deploying with the Marines,
plus the extra 30 supporting manuals, and 30 how-to-do-it videos.
facing a chemical, biologic or nuclear incident?
materials for teaching?
It would be
very annoying to suddenly need this information and not have it handy. Best to
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Specifications and Images
· Complete Contents
Sample Video Clips
Textbooks and Manuals
· Operational Safety
· Supplies and Equipment
· About Us
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