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91W10 Advanced Individual Training Course: Force Health Protection Handbook

Company Command: The Bottom Line - Army Leadership Guide

Topics covered in this handbook are as follows: Introduction to Medical Threat (Importance of te Field Sanitation Team; Medical Threat; The individual in the field environment; The role of the 91W); Waste Disposal in the Field (Waste disposal in the field; Human waste disposal; Liquid waste disposal; Garbage and rubbish disposal; Rodent control); Overview of Arthropods and Disease (Terms and definitions; Arthropods important to military operations; Arthropods affect on human health; Direct injury – accidental injury to sensory organs; Spread of disease; Arthropod-borne diseases and their vectors; Pesticide); Management of Operational Stress (Agitated and violent patients; Treatment options for the agitated patient; Maintaining a low profile; Prediction of violence; Personal safety and take down interventions; Restraint devices that the soldier medic will most likely see and employ); Identifying, Triaging, and Treatment of Operational Stress Disorder (Combat stress; Types of combat stress; Combat stress behaviors; Triage; Hold category; Principles of combat psychiatry; Other battle fatigue treatment principles); Stress Management (Terms and definitions; Degrees of battle fatigue; Battle fatigue reactions, symptoms, and treatment; Principles of battle fatigue treatment (PIES); Battle fatigue treatment steps and evacuation guidelines; Administrative classifications; Depression and manic depression); Implement Suicide Prevention Measures; Assemble a Needle and Syringe and Draw Medication (Parts of a needle and syringe; Inspecting equipment for contamination and/or deterioration; Steps to utilized prior to drawing up medications; Drawing medication from an ampule; Reconstitution of powdered medications; Demonstration); Administer Intra-muscular, Subcutaneous and Intra-dermal Injections (Purpose, needle characteristics, and sites for intra-muscular (IM) injections; Purpose, needle characteristics, and site for subcutaneous (SQ) injections; Preparation and administration of intra-muscular and subcutaneous injections; Intra-dermal (ID) injections; Procedure for intra-dermal injection); Appendix A – Assemble a Needle and Syringe and Draw Medications, Competency Skill Sheets; Appendix B – Administer Intramuscular, Subcutaneous and Intradermal Injections, Competency Skill Sheets

NOTE: This document is in PDF format : Chapter heading are bold, subsections of chapter are in (parentheses).


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