Recently Adventure Medics hosted the medical platoon out of the 3-116 for army medical training. These men drove in from all over Oregon, Washington Nevada and Idaho to update their army medical training with us here in Bend.
From suturing to surgical airways and lectures to field exercises, we covered a lot of material during our army medical training. It was a pleasure to work with such a squared away group of individuals. We had such a great time with this crew and we are extremely excited to be working more with the military and providing excellent army medic training in 2018.
Stay tuned for upcoming training information as we will be building out a new site complete with a page dedicated to our army medic training.
"CPR in its simplest form is just chest compressions," Dr. Gabriel Riva, a Ph.D. student at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and the study's lead author, said in a news release. "Doing only chest compressions doubles the chance of survival compared to doing nothing."