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Dirt Medicine Fundamentals: Catastrophic Hemorrhage (pt. 1) – Independence Training w/ The Tactical Medic

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Dirt Medicine Fundamentals: Catastrophic Hemorrhage (pt. 1) – Independence Training w/ The Tactical Medic

This is Part 1 of the Independence Training Dirt Medicine Fundamentals with The Tactical Medic where we discuss Catastrophic Hemorrhage and the use of Tourniquets. These are the simple basics, not advanced techniques or specifics based on full patient or wound assessment, and are shown in order to raise awareness of the use and function of a tourniquet to control arterial bleeding.

**This video is not meant to replace professional training – it is for product information only. We do not recommend applying any of these techniques or products without receiving training.**

About Independence Training:

“Independence Training was created to train you how to react swiftly and effectively in emergency situations – whether you are an average citizen, a law enforcement officer, or a military service member. We offer training courses for beginner to experienced level students in firearms, emergency medical, defensive tactics, and youth education, and we do it at a cost that is highly competitive.

We are based out of Prescott Valley, Arizona, and have training and range locations all over the southwest. We are available to teach your family, social group, civic organization, or operational team wherever you might need quality emergency response training.”

About The Tactical Medic:

“We have used our 20+ years of Military and Industry experience to select products and service for our customers at the lowest prices possible. We ONLY sell products that we ourselves would use (and in most cases have used) in the field. Please browse through our store and shop with confidence.”

Owner and lead instructor of Independence Training. US Army veteran. Competitive shooter. Certified Instructor (NRA and American Red Cross). Host of the Arms Room Show. Range manager at Cowtown Range.

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