Active Shooter Response Session 6: Emergency Medicine

No active shooter response class would be complete without providing an understanding of how to deal with the physical aftermath of such a traumatic event. Rob Pincus introduces the concept of Emergency Medicine in the context of a spree killing, including the life-saving resources available. Demonstrations by Caleb Causey of Lone Star Medics and others, show the techniques and tools that are often employed to help save the lives of shooting victims, including how to perform a blood claw, use a pressure dressing, apply a tourniquet, pack a wound, and more.