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These are just some of the topics that the medical person(s) for a militia unit or group should be taught and know.  

DIVISION ONE - Preparatory
The Well Being of the Militia Medic
Pharmacology
Medication Administration
IV Fluid Administration
 
DIVISION TWO - Airway Management and Ventilation
Airway Management and Ventilation
 
DIVISION THREE - Patient Assessment
History Taking
Physical Examination
vital Signs
Patient Assessment
Radio Communications for the Militia Medic
Documentation
 
DIVISION FOUR - Trauma
Blunt Trauma
Penetrating Trauma
Hemorrhage and Shock
Soft Tissue Trauma
Burns
Head and Facial Trauma
Spinal Trauma
Thoracic Trauma
Abdominal Trauma
Musculosketal Trauma
 
DIVISION FIVE - Medical
Pulmonary
Cardiology
Basic Cardiac Life Support
Neurology
Endocrinology
Allergies and Anaphylaxis
Gastroenterology
Toxicology
Environmental Conditions
Infectious and Communicable Disease
Behavioral and Psychiatric Disorders
Obstetrics and Gynecology
 
DIVISION SIX - Special Considerations
Neonatology
Pediatrics
Geriatrics
Abuse and Neglect
 
DIVISION SEVEN - Operations
Rescue Awareness and Operations
Hazardous Materials Incidents (HAZMAT)
Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Agents (NBC)
Urban Search and Rescue (USAR)
Search and Rescue (SAR)
Field Hygiene and Sanitation
Land Navigation Course - Day
Land Navigation Course - Night
6 Mile Tactical Road March
Patient Evacuation
Battalion Aid Station Operations
Conducting Sick Call
Community Emergency Response Team Certification (CERT)
Expert Field Medical Badge Certification (EFMB)
Rifle Qualification
Pistol Qualification
Operations Security (OPSEC)
Firefighting for Non Fire Personnel
Maintain Rifle
Maintain Pistol
Cover, Concealment and Camouflage
Hand and Arm Signals
Operate as a Member of Team or Larger Element
Construct a Fighting Position
Report Information of Potential Intelligence Value
Move Under Direct Fire
React to Flares

This is what today's Combat Medic has to study.

Skill Level 1

Subject Area 1: Vital Signs

MEASURE A PATIENT'S RESPIRATIONSMEASURE A PATIENT'S PULSEMEASURE A PATIENT'S BLOOD PRESSURE

MEASURE A PATIENT'S TEMPERATURE

MEASURE A PATIENT'S PULSE OXYGEN SATURATION

Subject Area 2: Emergency Medical Treatment

OPEN THE AIRWAY

CLEAR AN UPPER AIRWAY OBSTRUCTIONADMINISTER EXTERNAL CHEST COMPRESSIONS

PERFORM RESCUE BREATHINGCONTROL BLEEDING

PLACE A PATIENT ON A CARDIAC MONITOR

MANAGE CARDIAC ARREST USING AED

Subject Area 3: Basic Medical Care

PERFORM A PATIENT CARE HANDWASH

PUT ON STERILE GLOVES

INITIATE A FIELD MEDICAL CARD

APPLY RESTRAINING DEVICES TO PATIENTS

MEASURE A PATIENT'S INTAKE AND OUTPUT

ESTABLISH A STERILE FIELD

CHANGE A STERILE DRESSING

PERFORM A WOUND IRRIGATION

PERFORM ORAL AND NASOPHARYNGEAL SUCTIONING OF A PATIENT

IRRIGATE AN OBSTRUCTED EAR

DOCUMENT PATIENT CARE USING SUBJECTIVE, OBJECTIVE, ASSESSMENT, PLAN (SOAP) NOTE FORMAT

PERFORM PATIENT HYGIENE

OBTAIN AN ELECTROCARDIOGRAM

Subject Area 4: Respiratory Dysfunction/Airway Management

INSERT AN OROPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY (J TUBE)

SET UP AN OXYGEN TANK

INSERT A NASOPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY

ADMINISTER OXYGEN

INSERT A COMBITUBE

PERFORM A NEEDLE CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY

PERFORM NEEDLE CHEST DECOMPRESSION

Subject Area 5: Venipuncture and IV Therapy

OBTAIN A BLOOD SPECIMEN USING A VACUTAINER

INITIATE AN INTRAVENOUS INFUSION

MANAGE A PATIENT WITH AN INTRAVENOUS INFUSION

INITIATE A SALINE LOCK

Subject Area 6: Casualty Management

MANAGE A CONVULSIVE AND/OR SEIZING PATIENT

TREAT A CASUALTY WITH AN OPEN ABDOMINAL WOUND

APPLY A DRESSING TO AN IMPALEMENT INJURY

MANAGE AN UNCONSCIOUS CASUALTY

TREAT A CASUALTY WITH A CLOSED CHEST WOUND

TREAT A CASUALTY WITH AN OPEN CHEST WOUND

TREAT A CASUALTY WITH AN OPEN OR CLOSED HEAD INJURY

ADMINISTER INITIAL TREATMENT FOR BURNS

PROVIDE CARE FOR A SOLDIER WITH SYMPTOMS OF BATTLE FATIGUE

ASSIST IN VAGINAL DELIVERY

 TREAT A POISONED CASUALTY

TREAT A DIABETIC EMERGENCY

PERFORM A TRAUMA CASUALTY ASSESSMENT

PERFORM A MEDICAL PATIENT ASSESSMENT

TREAT A CARDIAC EMERGENCY

TREAT A RESPIRATORY EMERGENCY

DETERMINE A PATIENT'S LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS USING THE GLASGOW COMA SCALE

Subject Area 7: Eye Injuries

IRRIGATE EYES

TREAT FOREIGN BODIES OF THE EYE

TREAT LACERATIONS, CONTUSIONS, AND EXTRUSIONS OF THE EYE

TREAT BURNS OF THE EYE

Subject Area 8: Skeletal Dysfunction

APPLY A PNEUMATIC SPLINT TO A CASUALTY WITH A SUSPECTED FRACTURE OF AN EXTREMITY

APPLY A ROLLER BANDAGE

IMMOBILIZE A SUSPECTED FRACTURE OF THE ARM OR DISLOCATED SHOULDER

IMMOBILIZE A SUSPECTED DISLOCATED OR FRACTURED HIP

TRANSPORT A CASUALTY WITH A SUSPECTED SPINAL INJURY

APPLY A TRACTION SPLINT

PROVIDE BASIC EMERGENCY TREATMENT FOR A PAINFUL, SWOLLEN, DEFORMED EXTREMITY

Subject Area 9: Environmental Injuries

TREAT A CASUALTY FOR A HEAT INJURY

TREAT A CASUALTY FOR A COLD INJURY

INITIATE TREATMENT FOR ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK

TREAT A CASUALTY FOR INSECT BITES OR STINGS

TREAT A CASUALTY FOR SNAKEBITE

Subject Area 10: Chemical Agent Injuries

TREAT A NERVE AGENT CASUALTY IN THE FIELD

TREAT A BLOOD AGENT (HYDROGEN CYANIDE) CASUALTY IN THE FIELD

TREAT A CHOKING AGENT CASUALTY IN THE FIELD

TREAT A BLISTER AGENT CASUALTY (MUSTARD, LEWISITE, PHOSGENE OXIME) IN THE FIELD

DECONTAMINATE A CASUALTY

Subject Area 11: Shock

INITIATE TREATMENT FOR HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK

APPLY PNEUMATIC ANTI-SHOCK GARMENT

Subject Area 12: Urinary Catheterization

INSERT A URINARY CATHETER

MAINTAIN AN INDWELLING URINARY CATHETER

Subject Area 13: Gastric Intubation

INSERT A NASOGASTRIC TUBE

PERFORM A GASTRIC LAVAGE

Subject Area 14: Triage and Evacuation

GUIDE A HELICOPTER TO A LANDING POINT

ESTABLISH A HELICOPTER LANDING POINT

TRIAGE CASUALTIES ON A CONVENTIONAL BATTLEFIELD

TRIAGE CASUALTIES ON AN INTEGRATED BATTLEFIELD

LOAD CASUALTIES ONTO GROUND EVACUATION PLATFORMS

LOAD CASUALTIES ONTO NONSTANDARD VEHICLES, 1 1/4 TON, 4X4, M998

LOAD CASUALTIES ONTO NONSTANDARD VEHICLES, 2 1/2 TON, 6X6 OR 5 TON, 6X6, CARGO TRUCK

LOAD CASUALTIES ONTO NONSTANDARD VEHICLES, 5 TON M-1085, M-1093, 2 1/2 TON M-1081

Subject Area 15: Medication Administration

PREPARE AN INJECTION FOR ADMINISTRATION

ADMINISTER AN INJECTION (INTRAMUSCULAR, SUBCUTANEOUS, INTRADERMAL

ADMINISTER MORPHINE

ADMINISTER ORAL MEDICATIONS

ADMINISTER TOPICAL MEDICATIONS

ADMINISTER RECTAL OR VAGINAL MEDICATIONS

ADMINISTER MEDICATED EYE DROPS OR OINTMENTS

Subject Area 16: Force Protection/Risk Assessment

DISINFECT WATER FOR DRINKING

Skill Level 2

Subject Area 17: Advanced Procedures (SL 2)

PERFORM ENDOTRACHEAL SUCTIONING OF A PATIENT

PROVIDE TRACHEOSTOMY CARE

PROVIDE NURSING CARE FOR A PATIENT WITH A WATERSEAL DRAINAGE SYSTEM 

Skill Level 3

Subject Area 18: Advanced Procedures (SL 3)

INTUBATE A PATIENT

SET UP A CASUALTY DECONTAMINATION STATION

INSERT A CHEST TUBEPERFORM A SURGICAL CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY

PERFORM A NEUROLOGICAL EXAMINATION ON A PATIENT WITHSUSPECTED CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS) INJURIES 

ADMINISTER BLOOD 

ADMINISTER MEDICATIONS BY IV PIGGYBACK

SUTURE A MINOR LACERATION

FOR LIKE MINDED PATRIOTS WHO WANT TO SURVIVE ANY AND ALL SITUATIONS THAT THEY MAY FACE.