The Physician Assistant Trauma and Point of Wounding Care

The Physician Assistant  Trauma and Point of Wounding Care

OVERVIEW:

The Army offers well qualified officers, warrant officers, enlisted soldiers, and ROTC Cadets an incredible educational opportunity to become a Physician Assistant (PA) through the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) located at the AMEDD Center & School, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The Army trains approximately 150 soldiers a year alongside candidates from the Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard, U.S. Army Reserve, National Guard, and U.S. Public Health Service. Graduates earn a Masters degree from the University of Nebraska and receive a commission as a 1LT in the Army Medical Specialist Corps. Officer students receive constructive credit for their commissioned service IAW DODI 6000.13. Graduates must pass the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam (PANCE) before they can provide world-class healthcare to our soldiers. Physician Assistants (PA) are important members of the AMEDD healthcare team and provide a broad range of medical services traditionally performed by physicians. They are the primary medical provider to soldiers in battalion and division level units and also provide garrison healthcare to soldiers, family members, and other eligible beneficiaries. The Army PA has served the nation in all conflicts and peacekeeping missions since the Vietnam War.

CONTENTS by CHAPTER:

1.  Combat Triage, 34 slides

2.  Upper And Lower Extremity Injuries, 100 slides

3.  Extremity Injuries, 32 slides

4.  Point Of Wounding Care, 53 slides

5.  Rapid Sequence Induction, 38 slides 

6.  Airway Management, 46 slides

7.  Tactical Combat Casualty Care, 114 slides

8.  Antibiotics In TCCC, 13 slides

9.  Battlefield Blood Transfusion, 33 slides

10.  Management Of Burns, 68 slides

11.  Pediatric Trauma, 41 slides

12.  Wound Management, 36 slides

13.  Treating Wounds In The Field, 177 pages

14.  TCCC and Wound Treatment, 175 pages

15.  Combat Trauma Treatment and Management Handbook,  635 pages 

16.  Video – The U.S. Army Physician Assistant, over 10 minutes

The Physician Assistant  Trauma and Point of Wounding Care

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *