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Old 04-19-2018, 9:01 PM
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Default Stop the Bleed, Bleeding Control Class

Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and a call to action. Stop the Bleed is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives. Stop the Bleed partners with local instructors, to offer a no cost bleeding control class.

I've seen some people on social media post that they have taken the hour and a half class and they seemed pretty happy with it. I figured for the price of free, I'd check one out. I've been checking for the last couple months and there hasn't been any locally, until now. The UC Davis Department of Surgery is hosting classes in Sacramento. They have 6 classes scheduled, one a month, starting next month. Each class is limited to 20 participants and starts at 7:00 PM. The instructor listed for the class is David Shatz M.D.. A quick internet search shows that he is a trauma surgeon. His bio on UC Davis says he is a nationally recognized expert in disaster response, having worked and taught within the federal search and rescue system for over fifteen years.

The dates are,

05/01/18
06/27/18
07/12/18
08/15/18
09/13/18
10/04/18

The classes are being held at,

UC Davis Medical Center Facilities Services and Support Building (FSSB)
4800 2nd Avenue
Sacramento CA 95662

Here is the link to register for one of the UC Davis classes.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stop-th...ts-44860149916

And this is the Stop the Bleed page that you can also use to look for other classes, or to sign up if the direct link I posted doesn't work.

https://www.bleedingcontrol.org

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Old 04-19-2018, 9:12 PM
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Thanks!
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Old 04-19-2018, 9:21 PM
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You're very welcome.
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Old 04-21-2018, 1:06 AM
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This is a great find, thank you!

Does anyone else have recommendations for pre hospital trauma related training in the Sacramento area? I know of a couple but the dates that are being held for them don't work out.
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Thank you OP! I was just doing a search on CGN for First Aid/Trauma classes and came across this.

If anyone else can recommend a trauma aid class (including gunshot and other trauma) beyond the basic First Aid/CPR/AED training, please let me know.

A good med kit is of little use without training, and it is something I wanted to add in addition to firearms training classes.
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Thanks, the class down here is on June 8 and I'll be going!
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Default Great Class!

I attended tonight's class at UCD Med Center - it was so helpful! I met Dr. Shatz (though he didn't stay through the class). It was taught by Dr. Leshikar and two residents (one trains PJs at Travis) - all very informative. I've taken First Aid courses, etc - but this is different and you really must take it and tell your family and friends to go also.

I can tell you now that if you take this class and you or someone close to you suffers a grievous bleeding wound - including massive arterial gushing (other than in the torso - you'll understand why when you take the course) - you or they will have a MUCH greater chance of survival!

I am going to insist my daughters attend and will be supplying them CAT Gen7 tourniquets and QuikClot gauze pacs.
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Old 06-27-2018, 8:43 PM
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Thanks, the class down here is on June 8 and I'll be going!
Anything around the Riverside / Temecula area ??

If you check me posts ... I do a Lot ....... of volunteer work for the USFS shooting area
Bee Canyon / East of Hemet
I set up the Clean-ups at the shooting Canyons and use my Rhino to help Forest Service on the trail system in the area
I do carry a Large ...first aid kit under the seat
Helped with everything from a New shooter getting forehead too close to scope ........Ouch !
To finding a guy on the trail with fractured collarbone from flipping quad

immobilized arm , put him on passenger side of Rhino . Tied him in with Lap and shoulder belts , Padded around him with jackets , Tied him in with everything I had .. Got him down the hill / Still friends today
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I attended tonight's class at UCD Med Center - it was so helpful!
That's awesome! I attended a class after I had originally posted about it and I also found it super helpful. That class was given by Dr. Shatz and one resident. He did mention that he was recruiting other doctors to help with classes.

It was so nice to have a doctor give the class, instead of someone just reading from the training material. It's a huge wealth of knowledge and experience to have access to and Dr. Shatz was happy to answer questions, share his experience and some pretty good stories too.

If you're on the fence about taking the class, take it. There's no cost for the class, even the parking is free. And that parking lot is right next to the building the class is in. After you leave the class, you will find yourself shopping for tourniquets and a couple other things, so I guess it's not completely free.
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Anything around the Riverside / Temecula area ??
Yep, looks like multiple classes.

You can use this link to search by zip code, or city, for classes close to you.

https://cms.bleedingcontrol.org/Class/Search
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Will have to check it out. Thanks OP!
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After you leave the class, you will find yourself shopping for tourniquets and a couple other things, so I guess it's not completely free.
Indeed! Just ordered a 2-pac or NAR (North American Rescue) CAT Gen7 (Combat Application Tourniquets) for $55'ish. No, they're not cheap compared to other alternatives, but they are the No. 1 choice of the UCD trauma surgeons who taught our class. Also, they leaned toward QuikClot gauze (roll or z-fold) v. pad or granular forms and over Celox (due to their collective familiarity with the former).

Side note: Quikclot uses kaolin (a type of clay) as the clotting agent, Celox uses chitosan (from shrimp shells).
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Indeed! Just ordered a 2-pac or NAR (North American Rescue) CAT Gen7 (Combat Application Tourniquets) for $55'ish.
I've also picked up a couple CATs and I did get a SOFTT-W to try. I'd say the CAT is a smidge easier for me to use, but feel the SOFTT-W may have some benefits if stored in a vehicle because of its metal windlass and buckles. The plastic/polymer parts of the CAT seem plenty strong, but I lean towards metal parts for long term storage in a hot vehicle.

I've been using the 20% coupons that eBay has been offering to pick them up, but you definitely need to be careful of counterfeits. I know some people have had trouble with Botach, but I've had good experience with them and I've been happy with the tourniquets I've purchased from their eBay store. Comparing the ones from Botach to known real CATs and SOFTT-Ws, they check out.
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Will have to check it out. Thanks OP!
Awesome! You won't regret it.
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If you're on the fence about taking the class, take it. There's no cost for the class, even the parking is free. And that parking lot is right next to the building the class is in. After you leave the class, you will find yourself shopping for tourniquets and a couple other things, so I guess it's not completely free.
Take The Class !!!!!!

I just got back from taking the 'Stop The Bleed ' class
It was worth every minute I sat in the classroom

Can't say enough Good Things about the Class

Answered a Lot of questions I had about trama....and what to do
Got to apply a Tourniquet to myself ( That thing is Tight !! )
How to pack a wound with gauze / on a plastic leg

Find a Class and do It !!
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Yep that silicone leg from a horror film was kinda creepy! Everyone should take the class.

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Take The Class !!!!!!

I just got back from taking the 'Stop The Bleed ' class
It was worth every minute I sat in the classroom

Can't say enough Good Things about the Class

Answered a Lot of questions I had about trama....and what to do
Got to apply a Tourniquet to myself ( That thing is Tight !! )
How to pack a wound with gauze / on a plastic leg

Find a Class and do It !!
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Yep that silicone leg from a horror film was kinda creepy!
Lol.

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I just got back from taking the 'Stop The Bleed' class It was worth every minute I sat in the classroom
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Everyone should take the class.
I'm glad you guys found it as beneficial as I did.
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In case anyone missed it, I had started a thread in the Survival and Preparation forum with some additional information.

https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1460166
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Seems to me that all NRA Instructors and Range Officers ought to be taking this course...
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Seems to me that all NRA Instructors and Range Officers ought to be taking this course...
Don't get me started. The next USPSA club I join will have all of its ROs be trained in this course, mark my words.
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