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Are you trained to help your partner or any person with life threatening haemorrhage from any cause, but particularly from a terror or active shooter incident where there may be a delayed response, which can result in victims’ death from exsanguination?
Ballistic trauma or gunshot wound (GSW) is a form of serious physical trauma sustained from the discharge of firearms or munitions. The most common forms of trauma stem from firearms used in armed conflicts, civilian sporting, recreational pursuits and criminal activity. Ballistic trauma in most cases can be fatal for the recipient, or causes long-term consequences.
Welcome and thank you for your interest in taking a step in the chain of emergency Pre-hospital care, whether it’s to meet the requirements of your Employment or your yearly refresher as recommended by the A.R.C. (Australian Resus Council).