Defensive Medicine 1 (Oh S#!t, I Think I've Been Shot!) Sacramento, CA - January 26, 2019

Defensive Medicine 1 (Oh S#!t, I Think I've Been Shot!) Sacramento, CA - January 26, 2019
Defensive Medicine 1 (Oh S#!t, I Think I've Been Shot!) Sacramento, CA - January 26, 2019
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This course is designed for the medical or non-medical person who would like to learn how to deal with traumatic injury, such as bleeding control, gunshot wounds, etc.

How long will it take for EMS to arrive if you or a loved one suffers a traumatic injury? Make sure that you have the skills to stay alive until they arrive.If you own a gun, carry one or would like to learn essential skills to take care of yourself or a family member in case of an emergent situation, this class is for you!

The Defensive Medicine course will teach you to effectively manage life threatening injuries resulting from a traumatic event until professional emergency medical services arrive. Topics of instruction include bleeding control, airway management, shock and brain injuries and other medical issues likely to arise in the aftermath of a life threatening attack or other critical incident. Do you dedicate as much time to training for the treating of wounds as you do to the inflicting of them? The life you save will probably be your own or that of a family member.

Course: Defensive Medicine (Oh S#!t, I Think I've Been Shot!)

Instructor: Jim “Doc” Amentler

Date: January 26, 2019

Time: 9AM – 5PM

This class will be held at a venue in Sacramento, CA. The address will be sent in a confirmation email after course registration.

Please bring writing materials and wear comfortable clothing THAT YOU WILL GET STAINED FROM FAKE BLOOD as you will be practicing skills on yourself and others. If you have your own med kits, please bring them with you and we will evaluate what you may want to add or remove from your kit.

There will be water and coffee available during the class. We will be breaking for lunch at about noon. Please bring any other food you may need to get through the day.

This course is taught by Jim “Doc” Amentler, a U.S. Navy Corpsman who is currently the Medical Chief for a Coastal Riverine Squadron, was previously the Medical Chief for a Marine Corps Battalion and is also a Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) instructor, a Combat Life Save (CLS) instructor, American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) instructor, ASHI Wilderness First Aid instructor and an NEC 9502 Navy instructor.

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