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Emergency care in Afghanistan

Since 2001, over 3,500 soldiers from the Western coalition have been killed in Afghanistan, while on the US-led Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). Many fatalities have been the result of hostile action and here, Troy Robson, a former Sergeant in the Royal Marines, recounts an incident whilst on tour and the benefits of carrying the latest…

Why haemorrhage control matters in motorsport

When you assemble a group of people with modified motors and ask them to drive at high speeds around a circuit of sharp turns and tight corners, accidents and injuries seem unavoidable. Despite this, motorsport accidents are infrequent, though they can be serious when they occur. Toni Murch, MCPara, HCPC registered paramedic and business development…

Haemorrhage control in the battlefield

The Royal Marines are a highly specialised infantry force, trained to deal with a wide range of threats across the globe as part of the UK’s rapid reaction force. In recent years, the Royal Marines have played a leading role in the war in Afghanistan. Here, former Royal Marine Commando Robert Jacomb recounts 24 hours…

Blood on the ice: 5 Year old loses fingers ice skating

I am a MSA licensed rescue personnel and part of the personal rescue medical crew for our classic sports car club. I am medically trained to a high level and do some front line ambulance work too. I was first introduced to Celox at a training session, hosted by MediTech at Rockingham motor raceway, where…

Cas Gosbee

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Landscaping accident

Jamie, a professional landscaper with an interest in medicine recounts his experience of how a typical day turned into one he would rather forget. Often working alone on landscaping projects James is always cautious of potential hazards on the job such as handling sharp tools and lifting heavy loads especially since James started receiving anticoagulant…

Jamie Hail, Professional Landscaper

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Motorsport impalement

Motorsport can be a thrilling affair but it’s not without its risks. Motorbike riders in particular can present injuries that can be problematic to those responding. Helmets and protective clothing can inhibit identifying bleeding injuries, increasing the urgency for swift action. However in the following account the bleeding site was more obvious to the paramedics…

Motorsport medic

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A man accidentally stabs himself in the groin but lives to thank the emergency service team

A Man who accidentally stabbed himself in the groin has thanked the Air Ambulance medical team who flew to his rescue*, treating the stabbing injury on scene and evacuating him as fast as possible. The father of two was holidaying in a campsite when he slipped while preparing a chicken curry dinner. The Great North…

Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS)

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Workplace injury – food processing plant

I’ve used one of the Celox gauze pads on a fairly deep laceration that one of our employees had on his forearm and it works exactly like you told me it would. No problem at all, he had to have sutures and the Celox rinsed clean out of the wound leaving a nice suture line.…

KB, Occupational Health Nurse Practitioner

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