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113 - TacMed Webinar - Emergency first aid - SMART Primary Assessment

Excellent free resource from TacMed Australia:

One of the most important skills for a medic is the primary assessment. This video will teach you the key ideas - includes stabs/ gunshot wounding etc. 

The primary assessment allows us to methodically find and treat life-threatening injuries in the order of severity.

Whether you are a first aider or a critical care doctor, the primary assessment is vital in the timely treatment of casualties.

To help with reference, I've attached screen shots of key points below the video.



























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