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Roller bandage for elbow
Figure eight type of bandage is used around elbow joint
Four-tailed bandage
Good for any protruding part of the body because the center portion o f bandage forms a smoothly fitting pocket when tails crossed over
Barton Bandage
used for Fx of the lower jaw and to retain compresses to the chin
Hose (airline) masks
uses air rather than O2, never be connected to O2 (oil or grease in line could cause explosion), safety belts must be worn, Lifeline fastened loosely to airhose to reduce fouling
Protective (gas) masks
provides repiratory protection agains CBR warfare, do not provide protection agains Carbon Monoxide, Carbon dioxide, and industrial gases, do not supply O2 just filter air
Steel wire cable 50 ft long - each end is equiped with a strong hook that closes with a snap catch. Very pliable and slide freely around obstructions.
First phase of rescue operations
Removed lightly pinned casualties, freed from lifting boxes or small amount of debris
Second phase of rescue operations
Remove those casualties who are trapped in more difficult circumstances but who can be rescued by use of equipment at hand and in a minimumm amount time.
Third phase of rescue operations
Remove casualties where extrication is extremely difficult and time consuming. Cutting through decks, breaching bulkheads, removing large amounts of debris,
4th phase of rescue operations
Removal dead bodies
1st Extraction Stage
Gaining access to the victim
2nd Extraction Stage
Giving lifesaving emergency case
3rd Extraction Stage
4th Extraction Stage
Preparing victim for removal
5th Extraction Stage
Removing the victim from trapped area and transporting
Stokes stretcher
most commonly used for transporting sick or injured persons
Miller Board
Full body immobilization board through a harness system, Impervious to chemicals and enviroment, used in virtually every confined space rescue and vertical extrication. Narrow design, fits in stokes stretcher and float a 250lb person