We are tryng to assemble a special bag dedicated to winch operations.
This need came from many of us who found very difficult to be winched on the scene with the actual rescue bag, cause of his weight and size.
So we decided to assemble a smaller bag, less heavy with just the essentials to supply the team for a short period of time in order to stabilize the patients before winching him on board.
We have to choose what is important and what is not in the actual bag.
Analyzing the majority of our missions, found that mostly of the procedures we perform where linked to some specific situations:
- Traumatic cardiac arrest
- Advanced airway management/RSI
- Traumatic Emo/pneumo
- Brain trauma
- Traumatic shock (hemorragic, obstructive, spinal)
- Non traumatic shock
On this basis we decided to allocate a limited amount of drugs and equipment specifically targeted for this emergency situations.
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