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Medical Training "Procedures and principles of tactical care for the casualty in combat conditions" – MODULE IV

On 18.05.2024 and 19.05.2024 in Dołhe (Ukraine) as a part of the project "Support for Ukraine Mountain Rescues" a Medical Training "Procedures and principles of tactical care for the casualty in combat conditions" – MODULE IV "Traumatic examination with assessment of vital signs" will be conducted. It is planned that in Medical Training 20 members of the NGO Mountains Guides Association “Rovin” acting as Mountain Rescuers and having the status of a member of the Ukrainian army will take part. Medical Training including 20 hours of classes will be conducted by 2 experts from Poland. For participants board and accommodation will be provided.

Medical Training programme:
18.05.2024 08:00-18:00
a) tactical trauma examination - 3h
b) assessment of the victim's vital signs - 3h
c) TRIAGE - medical triage - 3h
d) immobilization of fractures: improvised splints, Sam-Splint splints – 1h
19.05.2024 08:00-18:00
e) immobilization of fractures: improvised splints, Sam-Splint splints – 1h
f) monitoring the victim - re-assessment loop - 2h
g) stabilization of injuries - 2 h
h) treatment of burns - 2h
i)securing the casualty in battlefield conditions - 3h

Project "Support for Ukraine Mountain Rescues" is financed by the International Visegrad Fund

International Visegrad Fundwww.visegradfund.org

 

 

 

 

Medical Training "Procedures and principles of tactical care for the casualty in combat conditions" MODULE III

On 20.04.2024 and 21.04.2024 in Dołhe (Ukraine) as a part of the project "Support for Ukraine Mountain Rescues" a Medical Training "Procedures and principles of tactical care for the casualty in combat conditions" – MODULE III "Chest wounds, clearing the airway, tension pneumothorax" will be conducted. It is planned that in Medical Training 20 members of the NGO Mountains Guides Association “Rovin” acting as Mountain Rescuers and having the status of a member of the Ukrainian army will take part. Medical Training including 20 hours of classes will be conducted by 2 experts from Czech Republic. For participants board and accommodation will be provided.

Medical Training programme:
20.04.2024 08:00-18:00
a) patency of the airway (manual opening, nasopharyngeal tube, Emergency CRIC) - 3h
b) protection of breathing (occlusive dressings on the chest, decompression of pneumothorax) - 3h
c) respiratory pathophysiology - 2h
d)circulation, AVPU level of consciousness, hypovolemic shock and its assessment - 2h
21.04.2024 08:00-18:00
e)  improvised dressings - 2h
f) ways to ensure patency of the airways - with instruments, - without instruments - 3h
g) cardiopulmonary resuscitation - 5h

23.04.2024

Due to the impossibility of the Czech experts to be physically present in Ukraine, the training was conducted on-line using experts and an interpreter from Poland on place. Thank you for your participation!!!

Project "Support for Ukraine Mountain Rescues" is financed by the International Visegrad Fund

International Visegrad Fundwww.visegradfund.org

 

 

 

Medical Training "Procedures and principles of tactical care for the casualty in combat conditions" – MODULE I

On 17.02.2024 and 18.02.2024 in Dołhe (Ukraine) as a part of the project "Support for Ukraine Mountain Rescues" a Medical Training "Procedures and principles of tactical care for the casualty in combat conditions" – MODULE I "Tactical assumptions and medical principles on the battlefield" will be conducted.It is planned that in Medical Training 20 members of the NGO Mountains Guides Association “Rovin” acting as Mountain Rescuers and having the status of a member of the Ukrainian army will take part. Medical Training including 20 hours of classes will be conducted by 2 experts from Poland. For participants board and accommodation will be provided.

Medical Training programme:

17.02.2024 08:00-18:00
a) Introduction to Tactical Combat Casualty Care:
- differences between civilian and tactical rescue - 1h
-main causes of death on the battlefield - 1h
-detailed discussion of injuries arising during tactical operations - 1h
-proceedings in individual zones - 1h
- rescue equipment used on the modern battlefield - 1h
b) TCCC assumptions and priorities
- assistance zones - 1h
-help levels - 1h
c) Approaching the injured person
- Self-protection measures - 1h
-Security of the scene - 1h
- The mechanism of injury - 1h

18.02.2024 08:00-18:00
c) Approaching the injured person:
-Total number of victims - 1h
-Equipment and resources needed in action - 1h
-Consent of the commander - 1h
- Communication with the victim - 1h
d) Protocol M-A-R-C-H-E
-M – Massive hemorrhage control (searching for sources of external hemorrhage/stopping) – 1h
-A - Airway management (recognition of airway obstruction, securing patency) - 1h
-R – Respiratory management (occlusive dressings on the chest, diagnosis and decompression of pneumothorax) – 1h
-C – Circulation (Bleeding control, Intravenous, Fluid resuscitation, Tourniquet assessment and removal) – 1h
-H - Hypothermia (use of Hypotermia Prevetion Kit or Helios systems as an element of the fight for hemostasis) - 1h
-E - Everything else (M-PHAAT-D, additional activities) - 1h

20.02.2024

The training was conducted as planned. Thank you for your participation!!!

Project "Support for Ukraine Mountain Rescues" is financed by the International Visegrad Fund

International Visegrad Fundwww.visegradfund.org

 

Medical Training "Procedures and principles of tactical care for the casualty in combat conditions" MODULE II

On 16.03.2024 and 17.03.2024 in Dołhe (Ukraine) as a part of the project "Support for Ukraine Mountain Rescues" a Medical Training "Procedures and principles of tactical care for the casualty in combat conditions" – MODULE II " Stopping the hemorrhage on the battlefield” will be conducted. It is planned that in Medical Training 20 members of the NGO Mountains Guides Association “Rovin” acting as Mountain Rescuers and having the status of a member of the Ukrainian army will take part. Medical Training including 20 hours of classes will be conducted by 2 experts from Slovakia. For participants board and accommodation will be provided.


Medical Training programme:

16.03.2024 08:00-18:00
a) stopping hemorrhage in conditions of external threat (battlefield, shelling - e.g. "active shooter", building fire, etc.) - 2h
b) stopping hemorrhage in a mass event (need to save more victims) - 2h
c) stopping hemorrhage in confined spaces, when there is no possibility to evacuate the victim - 2 h
d) "self-rescue" - when the victim has to stop the hemorrhage himself, in particular when it concerns one of the upper limbs - 2h
e)  hemorrhages that cannot be controlled with direct pressure, e.g. in the case of extensive crushing injuries, traumatic amputation - 2h

17.03.2024 08:00-18:00
f) use of C.A.T. (Combat Application Tourniquet band), SOFTTW, self-help, putting on a band in conditions of limited visibility - 2h
g) methods of evacuating the victim from the car, turtle technique, fireman's grip, "BOA" grip - 3h
h) bleeding control (haemostatic agents, wound packing, pressure dressings) - 2h
i) stopping hemorrhages from hard-to-reach places (groin, armpit, use of CROC, JETT, AAJT, SAM Tourniquet bands) - 3h

19.03.2024

The training was conducted as planned. Thank you for your participation!!!

Project "Support for Ukraine Mountain Rescues" is financed by the International Visegrad Fund

International Visegrad Fundwww.visegradfund.org

 

 

Zapytanie ofertowe nr 2/2023/EFR 31.03.2023r.

Zamówienie prowadzone jest w ramach projektu  grantowego „Sądecka Integracja” finansowanego w ramach projektu grantowego „Małopolska Tarcza Humanitarna. Fundusze Europejskie dla Ukrainy. Wsparcie grantowe EFS dla NGO i JST– integracja społeczna, rynek pracy, edukacja i zdrowie”, Regionalny Program Operacyjny Województwa Małopolskiego na lata 2014-2020; w ramach 15 Osi Priorytetowej  REACT-EU (EFS)DLA SPROSTANIA WYZWANIOM MIGRACYJNYM.

Zamówienie prowadzone jest w celu wyłonienia osób/firmy szkoleniowej do przeprowadzania doradztwa w zakresie Rynku Pracy i Integracji w ramach projektu "Sądecka Integracja"

ZAPYTANIE OFERTOWE NR 2/2023/EFR

ZAŁĄCZNIK NR 1 SZCZEGÓŁOWY OPIS PRZEDMIOTU ZAMÓWIENIA

ZAŁĄCZNIK NR 2 FORMULARZ OFERTOWY

ZAŁĄCZNIK NR 3 OŚWIADCZENIE O BRAKU POWIĄZAŃ

 

 

 

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