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Combat Medicine

Condor Healthcare is a unique provider of integrated Security and Combat Medicine Training Services. All our combat medicine programs include advanced security and combat training as part of the overall qualification. We believe that this combination is the unique formula for maximizing medical readiness in hostile activities. Our trainees become familiar with extensive security and combat tactics in order to give them maximal operational readiness.

 

This process is followed by the learning of extensive medical combat aid tactics specific to the theatre of operation whether be self tratment, executive protection, military operations, maritime security and mass casualty events. Our operative temas and instructors are from the Israeli Security Apparatus, Special Forces, IDF Military Medical School, and Spcecial Forces Combat Medics.

Medical treatment in a hostile environment poses a variety of challenges for the caregiver.
In order to be able to balance between a successful medical treatment and the limitations the battlefield sets, the caregiver must be multi-trained.
Tactical medicine provides comprehensive solutions for 2 of the most basic complications arising from this scenario:  Sustaining the casualty’s life and dealing with the threats caused by the hostile surrounding.

In order to understand tactical medicine, one must ask himself two vital questions:
What? When? Successfully answering these questions will lead to the ultimate tactical medical treatment.

What should be done?

When dealing with a casualty in a sterile environment this question has less significance.

However, in a hostile environment many medical procedures may be quite ineffective for multiple reasons: may endanger the force, may need further and direct hospital care, may delay evacuation, possible risk of infections, etc.

Tactical medicine aims to reduce medical procedures done at the scene to the necessary minimum. Consequently, every medical procedure performed takes into consideration both medical and environmental factors.Every medical procedure is performed after considering the tactical situation, the casualty’s needs and the equipment available.

Overall, the caregiver’s aim is to prevent medical deterioration and stabilize the casualty until arriving to a hospital or handing over the casualty to a superior medical authority.

When should each procedure be performed?

In business “Time is money.” In medicine time is LIFE. Every minute counts, especially in intense hostile environments. Therefore the caregiver must be able to respond quickly, without neither hesitation nor the need to stop and ponder about his further actions.

In tactical medicine, the caregiver is trained to follow a step-by-step medical protocol, which enables him to perform a non-stop and complete medical care.

Since the caregiver has to treat in a hostile environment, the simple and logical structure of this unique medical protocol helps him to operate with a significantly greater ease.

The order of the procedures in the Tactical Medicine Protocol is adapted to the tactical risks potentially lying ahead. It provides answers for questions concerning both medical and tactical aspects. For example, should the caregiver treat under fire? Which vital signs should be checked first?

In order to be able to balance between a successful medical treatment and the limitations the battlefield sets, the caregiver must be multi-trained.

Tactical medicine provides comprehensive solutions for 2 of the most basic complications arising from this scenario:  Sustaining the casualty’s life and dealing with the threats caused by the hostile surrounding.

In order to understand tactical medicine, one must ask himself two vital questions:

What? When?

Successfully answering these questions will lead to the ultimate tactical medical treatment.

What should be done?

When dealing with a casualty in a sterile environment this question has less significance.

However, in a hostile environment many medical procedures may be quite ineffective for multiple reasons: may endanger the force, may need further and direct hospital care, may delay evacuation, possible risk of infections, etc.

Tactical medicine aims to reduce medical procedures done at the scene to the necessary minimum. Consequently, every medical procedure performed takes into consideration both medical and environmental factors.

Every medical procedure is performed after considering the tactical situation, the casualty’s needs and the equipment available.

Overall, the caregiver’s aim is to prevent medical deterioration and stabilize the casualty until arriving to a hospital or handing over the casualty to a superior medical authority.

When should each procedure be performed?

In business “Time is money”. In medicine time is LIFE. Every minute counts, especially in intense hostile environments. Therefore the caregiver must be able to respond quickly, without neither hesitation nor the need to stop and ponder about his further actions.

In tactical medicine, the caregiver is trained to follow a step-by-step medical protocol, which enables him to perform a non-stop and complete medical care.

Since the caregiver has to treat in a hostile environment, the simple and logical structure of this unique medical protocol helps him to operate with a significantly greater ease.

The order of the procedures in the Tactical Medicine Protocol is adapted to the tactical risks potentially lying ahead. It provides answers for questions concerning both medical and tactical aspects. For example, should the caregiver treat under fire? Which vital signs should be checked first?

Unfortunately, for the last 60 years Israel has faced a significant number of military conflicts with both conventional armies and terrorists organizations. It has been a reliable study ground for the Israeli army Medical Corps’ Tactical Medicine Protocol – world famous in Combat Medicine.

“Practice makes perfect!”- and along with the Tactical Medicine Protocol, practice means saving lives under any circumstances!

High quality tactical medicine is a vital asset to any security organization; it literally makes the difference between life and death.

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