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lunes, 27 de junio de 2022

Socios educativos reconocidos por C-TECC/ C-TECC Recognized Educational Partners

 

C-TECC y aquí el nuevo logo para los Centros de Capacitación que enseñan TECC de acuerdo a sus Principios de Pautas Educativas. (Nota: el logotipo verde de C-TECC es para uso exclusivo del Comité y no debe usarse para promover la capacitación de TECC por parte de otros proveedores de capacitación).

C-TECC and here's the new logo for Training Centers teaching TECC according to their Principles of Guidelines Education.
(Note: The green C-TECC logo is for the exclusive use of the Committee and should not be used to promote TECC training by other training providers.)

Socios educativos reconocidos por C-TECC


El Comité de Atención Táctica de Emergencias a Víctimas (C-TECC) está implementando un nuevo proceso de Socio Educativo Reconocido este año. Este proceso se inicia en julio y permitirá que el Comité revise las entidades socias actuales y futuras para garantizar que las organizaciones sigan activas y mantengan los estándares de nuestra orientación y capacitación sobre esos principios. A partir de hoy, las organizaciones que deseen permanecer o convertirse en socios educativos pueden presentarse para su consideración. El nuevo proceso requiere que las organizaciones presenten un nuevo acuerdo, informes de capacitación y una tarifa de regalías anualmente. Consulte a continuación para obtener una guía paso a paso sobre cómo funcionará el proceso:


Paso n.º 1: las organizaciones primero deben completar, firmar y enviar el nuevo formulario de acuerdo, que incluye tanto un acuerdo de derechos de autor como de licencia. Cualquier organización que solicite una exención debe completar y enviar junto con su acuerdo, información adicional sobre la exención a continuación. El Comité revisará y dará seguimiento a cualquier pregunta.

Formulario de acuerdo de socio educativo reconocido


Paso n.° 2: una vez que se haya aprobado el formulario de acuerdo de una organización, el Comité emitirá a la organización una factura por la tarifa anual de regalías de $100 a través de Square. Si se aprueba una exención para una organización, se omitirá este paso para la entidad respectiva.


Paso n.º 3: A cambio, las organizaciones aprobadas recibirán una diapositiva preliminar, que debe mostrarse en cualquier plan de estudios y un nuevo logotipo de socio para mostrar en sus materiales de capacitación y marketing, indicando su estado de Socio Educativo Reconocido con el Comité. Además, los socios se incluirán en el directorio en el sitio web del Comité.


Paso #4: El próximo año, durante el proceso anual de socios, las organizaciones deberán informar los requisitos de capacitación junto con un acuerdo actualizado. Los requisitos de capacitación incluyen la cantidad y el tipo (espectador, sin deber de actuar [aplicación de la ley, bomberos que no sean EMS, otra seguridad pública] soporte vital avanzado/soporte vital básico) de los cursos impartidos y el número de estudiantes impartidos.


Tenga en cuenta que las organizaciones gubernamentales, de seguridad pública y no gubernamentales que no cobran matrícula por la capacitación y desean solicitar una exención, para eximirlos de la tarifa anual de regalías, pueden completar y enviar un formulario de exención. El formulario de renuncia se puede ubicar en la última página del formulario de acuerdo. Si su organización elige solicitar una exención, el formulario completado debe enviarse junto con el formulario de acuerdo en el paso n.º 1 anterior.


Después del 15 de julio, cualquier socio actual que no haya presentado un nuevo acuerdo y una tarifa de regalías (o renuncia, si es elegible) y haya sido aprobado como socio educativo continuo será eliminado como socio hasta que se cumplan estos nuevos requisitos. Los socios eliminados ya no están autorizados a utilizar materiales de C-TECC en sus capacitaciones ni a mostrar el logotipo de socio en sus materiales.

C-TECC es un comité sin fines de lucro de expertos en medicina prehospitalaria y de emergencia convocado para acelerar la transición de las lecciones médicas militares aprendidas del campo de batalla a la respuesta de crisis civil para reducir las causas prevenibles de muerte tanto en nuestros socorristas como en la población civil. . Las regalías se utilizarán en las operaciones del Comité para reunirse, realizar investigaciones y emitir orientación.

Gracias,

Comité Ejecutivo de C-TECC


Comité de Atención Táctica de Emergencias a los Víctimas | http://www.c-tecc.org/






C-TECC Recognized Educational Partners


The Committee of Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC) is rolling out a new Recognized Educational Partner process this year. This process launches in July and will allow the Committee to review current and future partner entities to ensure organizations are still active and upholding the standards of our guidance and training to those principles. Starting today, organizations who wish to remain or become educational partners may submit for consideration. The new process requires organizations to submit a new agreement, training reports, and a royalty fee on an annual basis. Please see below for step-by-step guidance on how the process will work:


Step #1: Organizations should firstly complete, sign, and submit the new agreement form, which includes both a copyright and licensing agreement. Any organizations applying for a waiver should complete and submit along with their agreement, additional information on the waiver below. The Committee will review and follow-up with any questions.


Recognized Educational Partner Agreement Form


Step #2: Once an organization's agreement form has been approved, the Committee will issue the organization an invoice for the annual royalty fee of $100 via Square. If an organization is approved for a waiver, this step will be skipped for the respective entity.


Step #3: In return, approved organizations will receive a frontmatter slide, which must be displayed in any curriculum and a new partner logo to display on their training and marketing materials indicating their Recognized Educational Partner status with the Committee. Additionally, partners will be listed in the directory on the Committee website.


Step #4: Next year during the annual partner process, organizations will need to report training requirements along with an up-to-date agreement. Training requirements include the number and type (Bystander, Non-Duty to Act [Law Enforcement, Non-EMS Fire, other public safety] Advanced Life Support/Basic Life Support) of courses delivered and number of students taught.


Please note, government, public safety, and non-governmental organizations who do not charge tuition for training and wish to apply for a waiver, to exempt them from the annual royalty fee, may complete and submit a waiver form. The waiver form can be located as the last page in the agreement form. If your organization chooses to apply for a waiver, the completed form should be submitted along with the agreement form in step #1 above.


After July 15, any current partners who have not submitted a new agreement and royalty fee (or waiver, if eligible) and been approved as an ongoing educational partner will be removed as a partner until these new requirements are met. Removed partners are no longer authorized to utilize C-TECC materials in their trainings nor display the partner logo on their materials.

C-TECC is a non-profit committee of pre-hospital and emergency medicine experts convened to speed the transition of military medical lessons learned from the battlefield to civilian crisis response in order to reduce preventable causes of death in both our first responders and civilian population. Royalty fees will be used in the operations of the Committee to meet, conduct research, and issue guidance.

Thank you,

C-TECC Executive Committee


Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care | http://www.c-tecc.org/


The Committee of Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC) is rolling out a new Recognized Educational Partner process this year. This process launches in July and will allow the Committee to review current and future partner entities to ensure organizations are still active and upholding the standards of our guidance and training to those principles. Starting today, organizations who wish to remain or become educational partners may submit for consideration. The new process requires organizations to submit a new agreement, training reports, and a royalty fee on an annual basis. Please see below for step-by-step guidance on how the process will work:


Step #1: Organizations should firstly complete, sign, and submit the new agreement form, which includes both a copyright and licensing agreement. Any organizations applying for a waiver should complete and submit along with their agreement, additional information on the waiver below. The Committee will review and follow-up with any questions.

Recognized Educational Partner Agreement Form


Step #2: Once an organization's agreement form has been approved, the Committee will issue the organization an invoice for the annual royalty fee of $100 via Square. If an organization is approved for a waiver, this step will be skipped for the respective entity.


Step #3: In return, approved organizations will receive a frontmatter slide, which must be displayed in any curriculum and a new partner logo to display on their training and marketing materials indicating their Recognized Educational Partner status with the Committee. Additionally, partners will be listed in the directory on the Committee website.


Step #4: Next year during the annual partner process, organizations will need to report training requirements along with an up-to-date agreement. Training requirements include the number and type (Bystander, Non-Duty to Act [Law Enforcement, Non-EMS Fire, other public safety] Advanced Life Support/Basic Life Support) of courses delivered and number of students taught.


Please note, government, public safety, and non-governmental organizations who do not charge tuition for training and wish to apply for a waiver, to exempt them from the annual royalty fee, may complete and submit a waiver form. The waiver form can be located as the last page in the agreement form. If your organization chooses to apply for a waiver, the completed form should be submitted along with the agreement form in step #1 above.


After July 15, any current partners who have not submitted a new agreement and royalty fee (or waiver, if eligible) and been approved as an ongoing educational partner will be removed as a partner until these new requirements are met. Removed partners are no longer authorized to utilize C-TECC materials in their trainings nor display the partner logo on their materials.

C-TECC is a non-profit committee of pre-hospital and emergency medicine experts convened to speed the transition of military medical lessons learned from the battlefield to civilian crisis response in order to reduce preventable causes of death in both our first responders and civilian population. Royalty fees will be used in the operations of the Committee to meet, conduct research, and issue guidance.

Thank you,

C-TECC Executive Committee


Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care | http://www.c-tecc.org/


Cómo los drones transformarán la medicina en el campo de batalla y salvarán vidas/ How Drones Will Transform Battlefield Medicine – and Save Lives

Drones carrying fresh blood products to wounded troops on the front lines may be critical for military medicine in a conflict against a "near-peer" adversary. (Photo: Shutterstock)


Cómo los drones transformarán la medicina en el campo de batalla y salvarán vidas/ How Drones Will Transform Battlefield Medicine – and Save Lives


Blood loss or “bleeding out” is the leading cause of preventable death on the battlefield, military health experts say.

So one of the best ways to save lives during combat operations is to provide blood products to forward deployed medics and corpsmen as soon as possible.

During the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, getting the needed blood products to injured warfighters was typically not a major challenge when the U.S. military controlled the skies and maintained a nearby network of medical facilities.

“We were pretty reliant on medevac 'dust off' to deliver our blood,” said Air Force Col. (Dr.) Stacy Shackelford, chief of the Joint Trauma System.

However, in future conflicts against a “near-peer” adversary, Shackelford said, that could be far more difficult. Injured troops may have to remain at the frontlines for days while needing blood transfusions or other major medical care.

The solution: Drones may become essential to combat medicine.

“I think it's going to come down to drone delivery of blood by some type of unmanned vehicle that can fly in and drop off more blood or more bullets, whatever is needed,” Shackelford said.

Resupply by Drones

“We think that drone resupply of blood and immediate-need medical products are really just around the corner,” said Dr. Adam Meledeo, a research scientist for coagulation and blood research at the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas.

“There are multiple off-the-shelf solutions that are being considered,” and DHA is funding a number of other innovations to optimize the ability to provide drones in the battle space, Meledeo said.

Yet using drones to resupply blood and other medical supplies will be challenging.

“There’s obviously trade-offs between some of these different platforms, such as making sure that we have a vehicle that's fast, and somewhat stealthy…and has a very large battery that will be able to keep it airborne for a much longer period of time if it needs to loiter somewhere in anticipation of there being a problem,” Meledeo said.

“There's also been some talk of outfitting some of our combat hardware drones that are already in use with alternative payloads that would be able to supply blood, medical supplies and really just about anything, such as MRE’s, ammunition, and water” to frontline medics or service members caring for wounded soldiers, he explained.

Blood Resupply

“The primary issue with blood resupply is that it has to be maintained at specific temperatures, as do a number of pharmaceuticals including certain pain medications, and antibiotics,” Meledeo said.

“The biggest technological hurdles right now are being able to maintain those temperatures inside those drone payloads very consistently, at a variety of altitudes, and a variety of different ambient conditions for potentially lengthy periods of time, without drawing too much power away from the system itself.”

The Marines Corps used drones for resupply during an exercise in Australia. Drones have also been used in Rwanda and Uganda to transport medical supplies to rural areas across mountain ranges and in bad weather, Meledeo said.

“I think that we're going to get there much faster than we had initially anticipated,” he said.

The use of drones for future near-peer conflicts is starting to filter down into the operational forces as a potential solution in the near term, he noted.

Wounded Warrior Evacuation

“In the long term, there are a number of lines of effort, such as involving drones for the extraction of patients,” Meledeo said.

U.S. partner countries are examining some of these platforms that can evacuate a patient rapidly without risking other personnel in potentially contested airspace, he added.

How does one transport casualties stealthily?

“Part of it is marking the vehicles appropriately with standard medical nomenclature. That gives you the Geneva Convention protection. But, obviously, we go up against certain enemies that will not care about that at all,” he explained.

Artificial Intelligence

Stealth technology continues to improve. When it comes to drones, “it may be just a matter of keeping the drones low to the ground, and that they're being piloted by an artificial intelligence system,” Meledeo explained.

“So, hopefully, AI will be faster to react than a human would be. But even still, I think there are a lot of concerns about” the use of drones to extract wounded warfighters.

“The long-term goal…is to actually have some sort of robotics onboard these drones that would be doing medical care to the patient during transport,” he said.

DARPA AI Initiative

A new Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency initiative called “The In the Moment Program” aims to ultimately give AI systems the same complex, rapid decision-making capabilities as military medical staff and trauma surgeons who are in the field of battle based on algorithms of care and decision-making capabilities.

One example is smart tourniquets that will be able to detect whether they need to be released. Other automatically guided solutions include IV placement or catheter placement, Meledeo said.

“It sounds like science fiction. It is still a little bit science fiction, but it's not as far off as it may sound,” he said.

“At least on a rudimentary level, the community is already pursuing a lot of automated solutions or artificial intelligence-derived solutions for automation of different medical processes.”

This research is underway but there’s no timeline on this concept.

“Hopefully, we'll be able to get some confident results from some of these different technologies that are going to be packaged together in this system and enable the drones to then not only resupply at the point of injury, but also actually take care of the transportation and the management of patients during that transportation.”


Drones have been used to successfully bring an AED in cardiac arrests. This is transforming prehospital medicine. https://lnkd.in/ezr2edmz

Los drones se han utilizado para llevar con éxito un AED en paros cardíacos. Esto está transformando la medicina prehospitalaria. https://lnkd.in/ezr2edmz

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MOSQUITO TRAP-N-KILL LETHAL OVITRAP By: Military Health System Communications Office

Aedes albopictus, is one type of mosquito responsible for spreading dengue and yellow fevers as well as the Zika and chikungunya viruses, are common throughout eastern and southern portions of the United States, South America, and other parts of the world. (Courtesy photo)
7/30/2018 
By: Military Health System Communications Office

Trap-N-Kill works by mimicking the mosquitoes’ natural breeding sites.(Courtesy photo)
Army invention traps things that go buzz in the day
Some mosquitoes aren’t merely a nuisance. They transmit serious and even deadly maladies to humans through their bites. That’s why Army entomologists invented a device that entices, traps, and then kills two types of adult female mosquitoes and their larvae.

The device is known commercially as Trap-N-Kill. The World Health Organization has recommended it to lower the risk of disease transmission by reducing mosquito populations.

Designed for outdoor use, the trap targets the mosquitoes responsible for spreading dengue and yellow fevers as well as the Zika and chikungunya viruses, among others. Those mosquitoes –Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus – are common throughout eastern and southern portions of the United States, South America, and other parts of the world, said Tom Burroughs, chief of the Entomological Sciences Division at the U.S. Army Public Health Center, or APHC.

The mosquitoes bite during daytime hours and breed in outdoor containers with standing water, including flowerpot saucers, birdbaths, and trash can lids. “They can breed in something as small as a bottlecap with a few drops of water in it,” Burroughs said.

Trap-N-Kill works by mimicking the mosquitoes’ natural breeding sites. Users place a plastic pesticide strip inside the approximately 8-inch-tall, cylinder-shaped device and then fill with water. Mosquitoes looking for a place to lay their eggs enter through a small hole in the front. The pesticide strip fatally poisons them and any larvae that hatch from the eggs, Burroughs said. The trap is reusable, but the pesticide strip should be replaced every month and a half.

It takes seven to 10 days for mosquitoes to develop from egg to adult, but Trap-N-Kill’s development cycle was significantly longer, Burroughs said. Two Army entomologists – Brian Zeichner, from APHC’s precursor, the U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine; and Michael Perich, Ph.D., with the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, or WRAIR – spent more than two decades working on their invention. Originally, it was used to monitor the type and number of mosquitoes in a specific area.

Trap-N-Kill became available to Department of Defense personnel through the military supply system starting in 2014. It’s also available through a commercial licensing agreement at civilian retail locations. APHC and WRAIR jointly hold the patent on the device, Burroughs said.

“We encourage installations and public health staffs to use it in combination with other mosquito-control strategies,” Burroughs said. “The trap reduces the amount of pesticide used and easily integrates into mosquito-management programs, and it can be removed when mosquitoes are no longer a problem.”



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