Head Wounds & Eye Injuries: Assessment & Emergency Care

BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA • SKULL FRACTURE • CONCUSSION
HEAD BLEEDS • LACERATIONS, PUNCTURES & OTHER EYE INJURIES

$25

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Head & eye injury assessment, first aid & evacuation in wilderness & other remote areas

Webinar Wed., Jan. 3, 2024 • 8-9 PM ET • Recording included

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Assessment Techniques
Physical examination of open and closed head wounds
Assessment of eye injuries including bleeding, laceration & punctures
Common myths and misconceptions
Improvised Emergency Treatment & First Aid
High-velocity head injuries
Blunt-force head injuries
Skull fracture
Concussion
Hemorrhages
Epidural hematoma
Snow blindness
Hyphema & other eye bleeds
Foreign objects in the eye
Puncture injuries of the eye
Severe eye lacerations
Tips, tricks & gear recommendations
Making The Evacuation Decision
Identification and evaluation of warning signs indicating serious or life-limiting head trauma
How to stabilize head or eye injuries until definitive care is available

What is a Survival Med Challenge! webinar?

Realistic video medical cases teach patient assessment & improvised emergency care

Apply your knowledge to bleeding, fractures, injuries, illness, wildlife attacks & more

Interactive pick-a-path questions provide instant feedback on your diagnosis & treatment decisions

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Survival Med Faculty

Dr. Natalie Bonthius skiing
Natalie Bonthius, MD

Founder of Survival Med & Emergency & Survival Medicine Physician, UHS-Southern California

Dr. Carson Harper
Carson Harper, MD

Emergency Medicine Physician, UHS-Southern California

Dr. Richard Ingebretsen
Richard Ingebretsen, MD

Clinical Instructor & Wild Med U Program Director, University of Utah School of Medicine

Kevin Grange, Paramedic
Kevin
Grange

Paramedic & Firefighter, Jackson Hole Fire & EMS and Grand Teton National Park

Dr. Robert Scanlon
Robert Scanlon, MD

Quadruple Board-Certified Critical Care, Pulmonology, Internal Medicine & Sleep Medicine Physician