_

Scenario: Military Field Medicine


Please note: The users who submit scenarios have declared that all patient details are fiction. We cannot guarentee the accuracy of any suggested treatment or the realism of suggested observations. You should judge these for yourself.



(Average: 2, Number of raters: 1)
Number of downloads: 116
Download PDF  


Scenario Overview:
You have a fallen soldier with their left leg blown off. They are breathing and drifting in and out of consciousness.
Difficulty:
HCP
How the scenario should progress:
The First Aider/Medic should approach the scene with caution to ensure that there is no active fire and that the casualty is able to be treated safely.
Patient 1:
Name: Thomas Thornton     Age: 28    Sex: Male
Medication: None
Allergies: Ibuprofen
Past medical/family/social history: None
Findings on examination: Left leg amputation below the knee. Breathing rates normal. Drifting in and out of consciousness
Possible treatment from first aiders: Apply tourniquet, monitor vitals, ensure airways open
No Observations Given
Airway:
Breathing?
Respirations:
Pulse:
Pain Score:



Tips for the patient actors:

Scenario submitted by: Anonymous