United States Navy Joint Capability Resource on En Route Care
Technical Report,15 Nov 2017,14 Nov 2018
Naval Medical Center, San Diego San Diego United States
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This Annual Report summarizes three unique projects that are encompassed within the awarded proposal entitled United States Navy Joint Capability Resource on En Route Care. The first of these projects Project 1 is entitled Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta Can Nurses and Corpsmen Perform this Skill for En Route Care A Pilot Study. Project 2 is entitled Evaluation of Human Factors Issues Relating to Providing En Route Care Within the V-22 Osprey Aircraft. Project 3 is entitled Search and Rescue Records Modernization and Evaluation. Project 1 hypothesizes that provided proper training and practice, ERC nurses and Special Operations Independent Duty Corpsmen IDC can successfully demonstrate adequate knowledge acquisition on the use of REBOA, and successfully demonstrate REBOA skill placement competence among various forms of simulation, including live tissue models. Project 2 will explore the working space challenges confronting medical providers as the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft becomes a significant medical care evacuation transportation aircraft. Project 3 is transforming approximately 45 years of the Navys SAR Model Managers SARMM historical records into a comprehensive SAR electronic database and developing a secure web-based electronic data collection system for new reports.
- Medicine and Medical Research