Combat & Casualty Care

Today’s combat medics address battlefield injury care during the “Golden Hour” with greater emphasis on full recovery for the future. The Spring 2018 issue of Combat & Casualty Care shines light on challenges faced by today’s Special Operations Forces field medical teams as they work to implement the latest techniques.

 

Exclusive to C&CC: USSOCOM SURGEONS ROUNDTABLE.
Command Surgeons from USSOCOM Component commands speak to the latest in damage control surgery (DCS) and strategies for Joint Field surgical care.

  • CAPT Scott A. Cota – USSOCOM Surgeons are Refining SOF Surgical Support to Meet Joint Force Demand
  • Dr. Frank Butler, Chairman, CoTCCC and Mr. Edward Whitt, U.S. Defense Health Agency (DHA) – new TCCC mandatory training
  • MRMC and combat casualty care and telemedicine advanced technology research is pushing artificial intelligence in field medical capabilities
  • Remote Damage Control Resuscitation – improvements change the paradigm of massive hemorrhage resuscitation
  • Col Booker King of Army Institute of Surgical Research – advances in helping to reduce the “long-term” in long-term burn recovery
  • The Department of the Veterans Affairs, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System – integrating and advancing tertiary PTSD Holistic Care for Long-Term
  • Recent advances in treatment and skills training for prolonged field care are mitigating pre-hospital care gap

C&CC, Winter 2018
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C&CC, Fall 2017

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C&CC, Fall 2017

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C&CC, Summer 2017

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C&CC, Spring 2017

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