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Organization of Training in the Basics of Tactical Medicine with Citizens of the Orenburg Region Called Up for Military Service as Part of Partial Mobilization

Kuzmin S.A.1, Grigorieva L.K.1

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1 Orenburg State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russian Federation, Orenburg, Russian Federation

UDC [356.33:355.525:355.27] (470.56)

Pp. 50–52

Summary. The aim of the study is to analyze practical training in the basics of tactical medicine with citizens called up for military service in the framework of partial mobilization.

Materials and research methods. In the course of practical classes on the basics of tactical medicine were used: individual medical kits — AIM-3S, cloak tents, sanitary straps, improvised means. The exercises included training in: methods of applying a tourniquet for external bleeding; ways of immobilizing limbs if they are injured; performing anti-shock measures; applying bandages on a wound and the order of evacuation of wounded to a safe area. All practical exercises were conducted in the field conditions.

Study results and their analysis. Classes with citizens called up for military service as part of partial mobilization were conducted on the training range of the training center responsible for manning the military unit of territorial defense. The servicemen learned necessary skills of first aid in self- and mutual aid modes in the red, yellow and green danger zones. Various methods of evacuating wounded to a safe zone were practiced. The training program was executed completely, learning goal was achieved.

Keywords: danger zones, evacuation of wounded, first aid measures, health conditions, life-threatening conditions, Orenburg region, partial mobilization, servicemen, tactical medicine

For citation: Kuzmin S.A., Grigorieva L.K. Organization of Training in the Basics of Tactical Medicine with Citizens of the Orenburg Region Called Up for Military Service as Part of Partial Mobilization. Meditsina Katastrof = Disaster Medicine. 2022;4:50-52 (In Russ.). https://doi.org/10.33266/2070-1004-2022-4-50-52



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The material was received 15.11.22; the article after peer review procedure 30.11.22; the Editorial Board accepted the article for publication 23.12.22