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Trauma Bleeding Control

Student learn how to control arterial bleeding if it is not stopping with direct pressure or pressure dressings and there is a delay in EMS arriving using tourniquets. Discover what you would need to do to prevent the loss the limb in emergencies like this

Bleeding Control

It only takes minutes for someone to bleed to the point that they’re not going to survive, especially if you hit one of the major arteries in your leg or your arm. The material is tailored to the lay responder as recommended by the American Heart Association.

The Trauma Bleeding Control course takes only an hour to complete. A trainer guides the class through two evidence-based methods of bleeding control: placing a tourniquet on an extremity and packing a wound with gauze with both hands. Student learn how to control arterial bleeding if it is not stopping with direct pressure or pressure dressings and there is a delay in EMS arriving using tourniquets. Discover what you would need to do to prevent the loss the limb in emergencies

Course Designed for:

  • Healthcare Professionals: This includes MDs, RNs, Paramedics, EMTs, Dentists, and other healthcare professionals like Nurse Practitioners, Physical Therapists, Pharmacists, and more.
  • Public Safety Professionals: These individuals often encounter emergencies where bleeding control skills could be vital.
  • Teachers and Students: Schools are increasingly recognizing the importance of having staff and older students trained in emergency response.
  • Tradesmen: Carpenters, manufacturers, electricians, plumbers, and others who work with tools and machinery might find this training useful.
  • Security Officers: In the event of an incident, security personnel are often first on the scene.
  • Theater Attendants and Venue Staff: People who work or volunteer in venues where large crowds may gather, such as casinos, concert venues, and fairs, could benefit from this training.
  • Farmers and Lawn Care Specialists: These individuals often work with potentially dangerous equipment and could benefit from knowing how to control bleeding.

Bleeding Control

$ 59
  • Can be Combined with other Class like Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Two Year Certification
  • Hands on Training
  • Certification Card
  • Fast Validation