Step 3: Immediate Treatment (B.A.B.E) - Guide - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)




Step 3: Immediate Treatment (B.A.B.E)
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FM/BG-432.V3.01 - Step 3: Immediate Treatment (B.A.B.E)
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Bleeding

  • Quickly apply tourniquets to bleeding limbs or bandages if no other areas are wounded. 
  • Aim for this to take no longer than 30 seconds. 
  • If there's significant blood loss, call for advanced medical help.

Airway: Check the airway in the medical menu. 

  • If occluded, turn the head until it's clear. 
  • If obstructed, hyperextend the head within 2 meters to maintain clearance.

Beating Heart:

  • Check pulse
  • If there's no heart rate
    • Perform CPR for two minutes by selecting it when the chest is highlighted. 
    • Re-check the pulse afterward.

Evacuation

  • Move the casualty to a Casualty Collection Point (CCP) for medical personnel to take over.
An infographic summarizing first aid procedures for bleeding control, airway management, resuscitation, and casualty evacuation, with specific instructions for severe blood loss and shock treatment.

Above: An infographic summarizing first aid procedures for bleeding control, airway management, resuscitation, and casualty evacuation, with specific instructions for severe blood loss and shock treatment.

Published by Capt Korean Falcon on 24/02/2024 at 11:22

Previous Versions

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FM/BG-432.V3.00 - Step 3: Immediate Treatment (B.A.B.E)
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Bleeding

  • Quickly apply tourniquets to bleeding limbs or bandages if no other areas are wounded. 
  • Aim for this to take no longer than 30 seconds. 
  • If there's significant blood loss, call for advanced medical help.

Airway: Check the airway in the medical menu. 

  • If occluded, turn the head until it's clear. 
  • If obstructed, hyperextend the head within 2 meters to maintain clearance.

Beating Heart:

  • Check pulse
  • If there's no heart rate
    • Perform CPR for twp minutes by selecting it when the chest is highlighted. 
    • Re-check the pulse afterward.

Evacuation

  • Move the casualty to a Casualty Collection Point (CCP) for medical personnel to take over.
An infographic summarizing first aid procedures for bleeding control, airway management, resuscitation, and casualty evacuation, with specific instructions for severe blood loss and shock treatment.

Above: An infographic summarizing first aid procedures for bleeding control, airway management, resuscitation, and casualty evacuation, with specific instructions for severe blood loss and shock treatment.

Published by Capt Korean Falcon on 24/02/2024 at 11:22
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FM/BG-432.V2.01 - Step 3: Immediate Treatment (B.A.B.E)
Guide

Bleeding

  • Quickly apply tourniquets to bleeding limbs or bandages if no other areas are wounded. 
  • Aim for this to take no longer than 30 seconds. 
  • If there's significant blood loss, call for advanced medical help.

Airway: Check the airway in the medical menu. 

  • If occluded, turn the head until it's clear. 
  • If obstructed, hyperextend the head within 2 meters to maintain clearance.

Beating Heart:

  • Check pulse
  • If there's no heart rate
    • Perform CPR twice by selecting it when the chest is highlighted. 
    • Re-check the pulse afterward.

Evacuation

  • Move the casualty to a Casualty Collection Point (CCP) for medical personnel to take over.
An infographic summarizing first aid procedures for bleeding control, airway management, resuscitation, and casualty evacuation, with specific instructions for severe blood loss and shock treatment.

Above: An infographic summarizing first aid procedures for bleeding control, airway management, resuscitation, and casualty evacuation, with specific instructions for severe blood loss and shock treatment.

Published by Maj James on 23/02/2024 at 16:30
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FM/BG-432.V2.00 - Step 3: Immediate Treatment (B.A.B.E)
Guide

Bleeding

  • Quickly apply tourniquets to bleeding limbs or bandages if no other areas are wounded. 
  • Aim for this to take no longer than 30 seconds. 
  • If there's significant blood loss, call for advanced medical help.

Airway: Check the airway in the medical menu. 

  • If occluded, turn the head until it's clear. 
  • If obstructed, hyperextend the head within 2 meters to maintain clearance.

Beating Heart

  • Perform CPR if there's no heart rate. 
  • Check the pulse in the medical menu; if absent, perform CPR by selecting it when the chest is highlighted. 
  • Re-check the pulse afterward.

Evacuation

  • Move the casualty to a Casualty Collection Point (CCP) for medical personnel to take over.
Published by Maj James on 23/02/2024 at 16:26
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FM/BG-432.V1.01 - First aid : Step 3
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This is the 3rd step of the buddy care  where we going to treat the wounds and stabilizing the patient. We use the system of:  B.A.B.E which stands for Bleeding, Airway, Beating heart,  Evacuation.Bleeding:

Goal here is to minimize blood loss on the long term. Depending on the wounds  different  approach's work but  it needs to be quick and should preferably take no longer then 30 seconds A few tips : 

  • Tourniquet the al 4 limbs if they are bleeding.
  • Bandage the head if it has 3 wounds with a bandage if no other area's are wounded 
  • Any combination to minimize the wounds open  (tourniquet  in this case counts as closing wounds)

When a casualty has significant blood loss ( lots of blood or more)  more advance medical help is needed 

Airway:

To make sure a patient makes a quick recovery   it is important to not  let there oxygen go to low to make this happen we  need to do the following First step is to check airways  in the medical menu. Then the system will tell you if  via a hint box messaged if a airway is : Clear, Obstructed , Occluded.When :

Occluded - you should  Turn the head until the messaged box says occlusion cleared

Obstructed - You should hyper extend the head keep in mind if hyper extending a patient head  you need to stay within 2 meters to keep it working

Clear - you do nothing ang go to the next stepBeating Heart:

To increase the change to the patient waking up or getting in a more stabilized  state  you need to perform CPR This to increase the timer of when a patient will have a  cardiac arrest ( dies ). But also to increase the chance he wakes up  if he has minor wounds.You do this by  going to the medical menu and check the pulse of a person which need to be any  non-tourniquet limp  or the head(neck)   You will get a hint box message where you  will see  if there is a heart rate.  If the message says no heart rate you should do 2x CPR  by selecting it on  when you have the chest selected in the medical menu. After this  check the patient pulse again to see if they have a heart rate.   The next step is

Evacuation 

In this phase the casualty needs to be moved to a Casualty Collection Point ( CCP)  where the assigned medical personnel take over. 

Published by SSG Kevin on 23/02/2024 at 13:03
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FM/BG-432.V1.00 - First aid : Step 3
Guide

This is the 3rd step of the buddy care  where we going to treat the wounds and stabilizing the patient. We use the system of:  B.A.B.E which stands for Bleeding, Airway, Beating heart,  Evacuation.Bleeding:Goal here is to minimize blood loss on the long term. Depending on the wounds  different  approach's work but  it needs to be quick and should preferably take no longer then 30 seconds A few tips : 

  • Tourniquet the al 4 limbs if they are bleeding.
  • Bandage the head if it has 3 wounds with a bandage if no other area's are wounded 
  • Any combination to minimize the wounds open  (tourniquet  in this case counts as closing wounds)

When a casualty has significant blood loss ( lots of blood or more)  more advance medical help is needed 

Airway:

To make sure a patient makes a quick recovery   it is important to not  let there oxygen go to low to make this happen we  need to do the followingFirst step is to check airways  in the medical menu. Then the system will tell you if  via a hint box messaged if a airway is : Clear, Obstructed , Occluded.When :

Occluded - you should  Turn the head until the messaged box says occlusion clearedObstructed - You should hyper extend the head keep in mind if hyper extending a patient head  you need to stay within 2 meters to keep it working|Clear - you do nothing ang go to the next stepBeating Heart:

To increase the change to the patient waking up or getting in a more stabilized  state  you need to perform CPR This to increase the timer of when a patient will have a  cardiac arrest ( dies ). But also to increase the chance he wakes up  if he has minor wounds.You do this by  going to the medical menu and check the pulse of a person which need to be any  non-tourniquet limp  or the head(neck)   You will get a hint box message where you  will see  if there is a heart rate.  If the message says no heart rate you should do 2x CPR  by selecting it on  when you have the chest selected in the medical menu. After this  check the patient pulse again to see if they have a heart rate.   The next step is Evacuation 

In this phase the casualty needs to be moved to a Casualty Collection Point ( CCP)  where the assigned medical personnel take over. 

Published by SSG Kevin on 23/02/2024 at 13:01
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