TACTICAL EMERGENCY CARE COURSE

TACTICAL EMERGENCY CARE COURSE

300.00

 The TECC guidelines are a set of best-practice recommendations for casualty management during high- threat civilian tactical and rescue operations. The guidelines are based on the principles of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC but account for differences in the civilian environment such as allocation and availability of resources, variances in patient populations, and scopes of practice. 

The goals of Tactical Emergency Casualty Care are to:

• Balance the threat, civilian scope of practice, differences in civilian populations, medical equipment limits, and variable resources for responses to atypical emergencies.
• Establish frameworks that balance risk - benefit ratios for all civilian operational medical response elements.
• Provide guidance on medical management of preventable deaths at or near the point of wounding. • Minimize providers’ risks while maximizing patients’ benefits.

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The TECC guidelines are a set of best-practice recommendations for casualty management during high- threat civilian tactical and rescue operations. The guidelines are based on the principles of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), but account for differences in the civilian environment such as allocation and availability of resources, variances in patient populations, and scopes of practice. 

he goals of Tactical Emergency Casualty Care are to:

• Balance the threat, civilian scope of practice, differences in civilian populations, medical equipment limits, and variable resources for responses to atypical emergencies.
• Establish frameworks that balance risk - benefit ratios for all civilian operational medical response elements.
• Provide guidance on medical management of preventable deaths at or near the point of wounding. • Minimize providers’ risks while maximizing patients’ benefits.