Cold Weather Medicine Course by The United States Army

By The United States Army

Chilly climate drugs COURSE

Given a unit in a desert atmosphere and useful apparatus and offers, observe the rules of mountain safeguard, to avoid dying or injury

1 MOUNTAIN safeguard (WINTER)
2 SURVIVAL KIT
3 chilly climate CLOTHING
4 wintry weather WARFIGHTING LOAD REQUIREMENTS
5 NOMENCLATURE AND CARE OF army SKI EQUIPMENT
6 army SNOWSHOE MOVEMENT
7 PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
8 sufferer ASSESSMENT
9 TRIAGE
10 TACTICAL wrestle CASUALTY CARE
11 LAND NAVIGATION REVIEW
12 NUTRITION
13 HYPOTHERMIA
14 FREEZING / close to FREEZING TISSUE INJURIES
15 severe chilly climate TENT
16 own / crew STOVES
17 TEN guy ARCTIC TENT
18 BURN MANAGEMENT
19 MISCELLANEOUS chilly climate scientific PROBLEMS
20 CASEVACS AND CASEVAC REPORTING
21 excessive ALTITUDE wellbeing and fitness PROBLEMS
22 ENVIRONMENTAL dangers 1
23 ENVIRONMENTAL risks 2
24 AVALANCHE seek ORGANIZATION
25 AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS
26 BIVOUAC ROUTINE
27 wasteland ORTHOPEDIC TRAUMA
28 chilly climate management PROBLEMS
29 SUBMERSION INCIDENTS
30 requisites FOR SURVIVAL
31 SURVIVAL SIGNALING
32 SURVIVAL SNOW SHELTERS AND FIRES
33 SKIJORING

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2) Weight. Each pole weighs approximately one pound. 5. CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF THE MILITARY SKI. Serviceability checks and proper maintenance is a regular routine for ski equipment. a. Serviceability Checks. (1) Breakage. Skis are vulnerable to load stress, particularly the tips and tails. (2) Delamination. This occurs when the plastic coating separates from the ski causing water damage to the inner core. Skis should be frequently checked for nicks and gouges of the coating. 56 (3) Ski base. The ski base should be uniformly flat and smooth.

C) Antiperspirants. Pretreatment for 2 weeks prior to field with an antiperspirant containing Aluminum Chlorhydrate. This will aid in the prevention of athlete's foot. e. Oral Hygiene. The mouth and teeth should be cleaned at least daily to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. (1) Ideally with: (a) Tooth brush. (b) Tooth paste. (c) Dental floss. (2) If these items are not available: (a) A "chew stick" made from a clean twig about 8" long and finger width. Chew one end until it becomes frayed and brash-like, then use as a toothbrush.

08 10/22/01 STUDENT HANDOUT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND WATER PURIFICATION TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE. Given a unit in a cold weather environment and the necessary equipment and supplies, perform cold weather preventive medicine, in accordance with the references. 08) ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVES. 1) Without the aid of references, from a given list select the five important areas of personal hygiene, in accordance with the references. 08a) 2) Without the aid of references, from a given list select the correct steps taken to ensure proper immunization prior to deployment, in accordance with the references.

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