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91W10 Advanced Individual Training Course Clinical Handbook Supportive Care 2 Department of the Army Academy of Health Sciences Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234
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Academy of Health Sciences 91W10 Field Training Workbook - Index i Manage a Seizing Casualty ……………………………………………. ..………………. .1-8 ± Determine type of seizure ± Assess the casualty and overview of differential diagnosis ± Provide emergency medical care ± Provide on-going management Assist in Vaginal Delivery …………………………………………………. .……….……9-20 ± Stages of Labor ± Care for Normal Delivery Outside the Hospital ± Monitor for complications during labor ± Predelivery Emergencies ± Identify additional gynecological emergencies Perform Medical Screening ……………………………………………………. ..….……21-28 ± Screen medical records for accuracy and completeness ± Screen immunization records for accuracy and completeness ± Screen for personnel / administrative matters ± Screen Dental Records ± Ask and record the following Medical History information on the prescribed form ± Perform a patient examination ± Disposition Plan Immunization and Chemoprophylaxis …………………….……………………. .…….29-36 ± Personnel subject to immunizations and required shots ± Chemoprophylactic Requirements ± Pre-administration Screening ± Vaccine Handling, Administrative, and Patient Care Procedures ± Reactions and possible side effects ± Documentation Specimen Collection …………. .…………………. ..………………………………….….37-40 ± General principles for throat culture and sputum collection ± Stool specimens ± Urine specimens ± Blood specimens Blood Draw ……………………….…………………………………………………. ...……41-45 ± General Considerations ± Steps and Procedures to Perform a Venipuncture Appendix A Specimen Collection, Competency Skill Sheets Appendix B Blood Culture, Competency Skill Sheets
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Academy of Health Sciences 91W10 Manage a Seizing Casualty 1 TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE Given a standard fully stocked M5 Bag or Combat Medic Vest System, given a casualty displaying seizure activity. No other injuries are identified. IAW Emergency Care in the Streets , Prehospital Emergency Care , Trauma AIMS Types of seizure Identify cause of seizure (1) Failure to take prescribed anti seizure medication; most common cause of seizures in adults (2) Trauma - may occur following head injury (Has the casualty fallen? Has casualty been hit in the head?) (3) Congenital brain defect - most often seen in infants and children (4) Infection - causes swelling or inflammation of the brain (meningitis or encephalitis) (5) Fever - seen in children 6 months to 3 years of age usually with temperatures above 103 degrees; rarely in older children or adults (6) Metabolic disorders - irregularities in body chemistry (diabetes/hypoglycemia)
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