Non-compressible hemorrhages in the axilla, groin and pelvic areas are life-threatening. Seventy-four percent of accident victims that die from pelvic injuries do so because of uncontrolled bleeding.
As a first responder, how are you managing non-compressible hemorrhages in the field and during transport?
Join MED Alliance Group for a webinar presented by Compression Works, “From the Battlefield to EMS: Clinical Applications for the Abdominal Aortic & Junctional Tourniquet-Stabilized (AAJT-S)” at 11 am CST on February 23, 2022.
The AAJT-S is the world’s only multi-functional life-saving tourniquet for junctional and pelvic hemorrhage. With five distinct uses, the AAJT-S is designed to control difficult bleeding in the abdominal, axilla, inguinal, and pelvic areas and is proven to be equivalent to Zone 3 REBOA.
Hear from John Croushorn, ED physician, former Army physician and Chief Medical Officer of Compression Works, as he shares clinical data, his experiences treating battlefield and pre-hospital injuries and describes how the AAJT-S device can be used effectively by first responders in the EMS setting.
New to EMS providers, the AAJT-S has been battlefield tested and used by U.S. armed forces for years. More than 55 peer-reviewed publications support its use.
Register for the February 23 webinar to learn more. Registered participants who attend the live webinar will be entered into a drawing for an Amazon gift card.
Pre-registration is required to attend. Registered attendees will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the webinar.
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