FRC's Hemorrahage Trauma Seminar is a practical course in stopping or controlling the bleeding of an injured or wounded party.  Students will learn a variety of skills based on U.S. Army First Aid doctrine. 

Topics covered include:

  •     Arterial vs. venal bleeding
  •     Identifying entry, exit, and other varieties of wounds
  •     Direct pressure
  •     Pressure dressings
  •     Tourniquet application, CAT and field expediant
  •     Chest seals, occlusive dressings

Class length: 2-3 Hours

What to bring:  No special equipment required.  All training materials will be provided in class.

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