Some basics tips on how to navigate using the Military Grid Reference System (MGRS), a compass, and a protractor.
Tip on Navigating using the Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) by: KDtech.org Some basics tips on how to navigate using the Military Grid Reference System (MGRS), a compass, and a protractor.
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Austere medical tips for stabilizing a fractured pelvis with supplies you have in your aidbag. If you don't have a pelvis sling you can fashion a hasty sling out of a TQ and SAM splint. Take a look! www.CAGmain.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-64dl3dqHeg&w=560&h=315For years we have watched clinicians struggle with the traditional airways. Many have stopped utilizing them altogether. We, at NuZone Medical, following American Heart Association (AHA) recommendations, felt that it was time for a new airway. One you could actually work with! We observed the current airways to be difficult to size correctly and insert; thus, making them uncomfortable for the patient. Plus, they do not allow for an easy airway clearance. In addition, if the patient’s Level of Consciousness (LOC) improves, the traditional airways stimulate a gag reflex, which makes it necessary to remove the airway with a potential for reinsertion if a need arises. The Dual-Air® Adjustable Oral Airway provides solutions to many of the above mentioned situations. This adjustable airway is pretty awesome for the field medic. We will be doing some more testing this year but after seeing this at the conference i just wanted to share it with all of you. www.NUZONE.com Crisis Application Group Ready-Sure-Secure www.CAGmain.com #JedburghTargets