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"Combat Medics on the Battlefield: A Training Manual"

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Greetings to the participants of the Combat Medics Program on the battlefield, under the patronage of Olena and Viktor Pinchuk! Your willingness to serve your country and comrades in arms, to preserve the lives of others, is worthy of the highest praise; your sacrifice cannot be overstated. You will face clinical challenges that you may not be prepared for, you will fight an enemy armed to the teeth with modern deadly weapons, and your country is just beginning to recover on many levels after decades of degradation and decline. Undoubtedly, the work of a medic has never been easy and always requires prior and comprehensive planning, medical care, additional planning, on-the-fly training, and the execution of your military mission.

Remember that medicine is a controversial science that is constantly changing, and new equipment may appear on the market and accordingly on the battlefield. However, once you understand the basics of medicine and understand what you are doing and why, you will be able to adapt to many situations and save lives. The foundation of all medical practice on the battlefield and during resuscitation is a good command of the basics of basic life support. It is necessary for the combat medic on the battlefield to have previously completed the Combat Life Saver (CLS) / Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course and to have taught these concepts to their comrades in arms. In modern warfare, the military medic is a mentor in medical procedures and battlefield treatment.

"Combat Medics on the Battlefield: A Training Manual"

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Greetings to the participants of the Combat Medics Program on the battlefield, under the patronage of Olena and Viktor Pinchuk! Your willingness to serve your country and comrades in arms, to preserve the lives of others, is worthy of the highest praise; your sacrifice cannot be overstated. You will face clinical challenges that you may not be prepared for, you will fight an enemy armed to the teeth with modern deadly weapons, and your country is just beginning to recover on many levels after decades of degradation and decline. Undoubtedly, the work of a medic has never been easy and always requires prior and comprehensive planning, medical care, additional planning, on-the-fly training, and the execution of your military mission.

Remember that medicine is a controversial science that is constantly changing, and new equipment may appear on the market and accordingly on the battlefield. However, once you understand the basics of medicine and understand what you are doing and why, you will be able to adapt to many situations and save lives. The foundation of all medical practice on the battlefield and during resuscitation is a good command of the basics of basic life support. It is necessary for the combat medic on the battlefield to have previously completed the Combat Life Saver (CLS) / Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course and to have taught these concepts to their comrades in arms. In modern warfare, the military medic is a mentor in medical procedures and battlefield treatment.