Tacmed Tramedic Point Of Injury Video Instruction Set
If faced with an emergency situation that requires bystanders to act, what prevents them from doing so? It could be that they want to help but have no idea what to do first.
If faced with an emergency situation that requires bystanders to act, what prevents them from doing so? It could be that they want to help but have no idea what to do first. They may know where the trauma kit is located but lack the knowledge to use the components inside. They may know they need to do something quickly and immediately but are scared of doing the wrong thing.
The Tramedic™ Point-of-Injury Video Instructions alleviate all of these issues so that an untrained bystander can act with confidence in an emergency. They put both visual and auditory instructions directly into their hands when they need it most. They can set all worry and fear of doing the wrong thing aside; They just follow the step-by-step instructions on the screen and take action.
The Video Instructions guide the user with simple questions designed to address the most serious injuries first, using simple language such as, "Do you see any bleeding that is life-threatening if not immediately controlled...?" If the answer is yes, the user is provided with complete video instructions to properly use the appropriate components to render aid. The Video Instructions direct the user to identify and treat multiple types of life-threatening injuries, including bleeding control, airway and breathing emergencies, chest and torso injuries, and others.