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ANNEX J VIDEOTAPE LIST

UP ARMY MEDICAL DEl.ARTMEN-r CENTER AND SCHOOL 232d MEDICAL BATIAI1ON

Videotapes and catalogs are available at the Training/Visual Information Support Center (T/VISC) servicing your installation or reserve component command area (See T/V~C telephone list at end of this information paper.) You may inquire about the availability of additional services (be., service through the mail and permanent loans.) If the TIVISC is unable to provide service, you may request direct assistance from Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA. FAX your request when possible to DSN 795~6106, commercial (71n 8946101 or call DSN 7g5 7937~7772, commercial (717) 894793717772. For additional information, contact the Health Sciences Media Division, DSN 471-3111, commercial (210) 221-3111, Toll Free 1~00-531-1114, eat 13111. To comment OR videotape content or suggest training tapes to enhance the combat readiness of AMEDD units in the field, contact Martha Waldman at the Department of Training Support, ATTN: MCCS~HT, Bldg 4011, Fort Sam Houston,

Texas 78234 6122. Telephone: DSN: 471-1405/0275, 800-531-1114, ext. 11405/0275 Videotapes and Computer Based Training (CBT) materials listed in this appendix are not referenced in the lesson plans. Students may obtain copies of videotapes by contacting local TSCs or VISCs. Videotapes must be ordered by PIN NUMBER AND DATE. The PIN number is a more universally recognized number. Students should contact the Nonresident Instruction Branch at the following telephone numbers for information on obtaining CBT maters DSN: 471-5877 Commercial (21~221-5877) Toll Free: 1~0~531-1114 (eat 158 77) Videotapes and CBT is available to assist students while enrolled m the Phase ~ BNCOC training course. Materials are recommended for enhancement framing and are not mandatory for completion of this training program.

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Initiate an Intravenous Infusion PIN #710004 RT: 12:16 Nov S2 PAN #A1701-93-000126 Presents correct procedure and safety precautions for initiation of intravenous Infusion (IV) Insert an Oropharyngeal Airway PIN #709997 RT: 05:39 Feb 93 PAN #A1701-93-000156 Presents correct procedure and safety precautions for selection and insertion of oropharyngeal airway (J-tube). . Perform Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscition PIN #709~6 PAN #A170193-000182

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Control Bleeding: Field Dressing, Pressure Dressing, Tourniquet PIN #709998 RT: 09:41 May 93 PAN #A1701-93 000085 Demonstrates proper procedures for preparation and application of field dressing, pressure dressing, and tourniquet Chemical Decontamination of Nonambulatory Casualties PIN #710175 RT: 28:21 Jun 93 PAN #A1701-93 000115 Demon decontamination of nonambulatory casualties suffering from chemical agent poisoning (for nonmedical members of decontamination team). Administer First Aid or Treatment to Conical Agent Casualties PIN #710009 RT:17:10 Jun 93 PAN #A1701-93-00006 Demonstrates first aid (self-aid and buddy-aid procedures) and treatment (combat lifesaver and combat medic procedures) for casualties suffering from nerve, blister, blood, and choking agents. Using an Improvised Litter PIN #710011 RT: 06:22 Jun 93 PAN #1701-93 000047 Demonstrates hod to make an improvised litter (using blanket, jacket, bed sack, and poncho) and transport casualty. Measure and Monitor a Casualtys Respirations PIN #710017 RT: O541 Jun 93 PAN #A1701-93 000199 Discusses characteristics of normal and abnormal respirations, conditions which affect respiration, and measurement of respirations. Measure and Monitor a Patients Pulse PIN #710010 RT: 04::48 Jul 93 PAN #A1701-93-000161 Demonstrates has to measure and monitor rate, strength, and rhythm of casualtys pulse. Recognize and Treat Cold Injuries PIN #709994 RT: 12:12 Jul 93 PAN #1701-93-000204 Discusses specific causes, signs and symptoms, and treatment of chilblains, immersion foot, trench foot, frostbite, and hypothermia.

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NOTE: For complete information on prevention and treatment of heat injury, see the following two videotapes. Title: Order Number Purp: Recognize and Give First Aid for Heat Injuries PIN #710008 PAN #A1701-93 000048 Presents information to help the soldier recognize heat injuries and g i v e s a p p r o p r i a t e t r e a t m e n t . I n c l u d e s h e a t c r a m

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p s , h e a t e x h a u s t i o n , a n d h e a t s t r o k e . Title: Order Numbers: Purpose: Protect Yourself Against Heat PIN #710007 RT: 11:23 Dec 93 PAN #A1701-94-000002 Discusses causes of heat injury and heat injury prevention. Includes use of wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT) kit in determining WBGT index, heat category, water intake, and work-rest cycle. Treat Open Abdominal Wounds PIN #710002 RT: 11:02 Aug 93 PAN #A1701-93~00005 Covers treatment of wound with protruding abdominal organs and abdominal wound with an impaled object Perform Venipuncture to Obtain Blood Specimens (Vacutainer Method) PIN 710427 RT: 08:54 Mar 94 PAN #A1701-94~00060 Demonstrates the steps inroad in obtaining a blood specimen using the Securer method. Apply a Dressing to an Open Head Wound PIN #710001

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PAN #A1701-94 000074 Demonstrates procedures to use when applying a messing to open head wounds. Covers wounds to forehead, back of the head, top of the head; wounds with impaled objects; and precautions to take in a chemical environment Perform Emergency Treatment of a Snakebite PIN #710498 RT: 07:27 Sep 94 PAN #A1701-94-000106 Discusses the signs and symptoms of snakebites. Demonstrates the proper Emergency treatment for snakebites.

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Demonstrates how to encrypt brevity codes and transmit a request for medical evacuation of a patter Includes illustrations of the brevity codes for each line of the message and the transmission of the completed 9-bne message via held radio.

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Title: Order Numbers: Purpose: Military Implications of Dental Diseases PIN #710486 RT: 09:00 PAN #A1701-94-000057 Discusses the effects of dental diseases on military readiness, the categories of the dental fitness classification system, and the causes of dental decay and periodontal disease. Administering Intramuscular, Subcutaneous, and Intradermal Injections PIN#710492 RT: 3645

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Demonstrates procedures for administering intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intradermal injections. Includes assembling a needle and syringe, drawing medication into a syringe, basic principles of administering medications, and immunization procedures. Don and Remove Sterile Gloves PIN #710499 PAN #A1701-94-000089 Demonstrates proper method of donning and removing sterile gloves. Perform Patient Care Handwash PIN #710500 PAN #A1701-94 000088 Demonstrates correct performance of a patient care handwash.

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Obtain a Patients Vital Signs PIN #710553 RT: 15:42 PAN #A1701-94-000032 Demonstrates proper procedures to use when obtaining a patients vital signs: pulse, respirations, and blood pressure. Protect Yourself Against Respiratory Diseases PIN #710446 PAN #A1701-94 000090 Demonstrates and discusses personal preventive medicine measures to take to protect oneself from respiratory diseases.

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Manage a Traumatic Arnputation PIN #710560 RT: 07 06 Jan 94 PAN #A1701-94 000096 Demonstrates proper emergency medical care for traumatic amputations. Covers traumatic amputations of the leg and arm and partial amputation of the hand. Establish Priorities for Treatment in a Combat Setting PIN #710428 RT: 07:16 Jan 94 PAN #A1701-94-000014 Demonstrates triage procedures to use in sorting casualties into categories for treatment based upon the primary survey. Also covers measures taken during second round of triage. Survey a Casualty in a Combat Setting PIN #710023 RT. 1645 Feb 94 PAN #A1701-94-000061 Demonstrates procedures to us in performing both primary and secondary surveys on injured casualties in a combat setting. Purify Water in a Canteen PIN #710447 RT: 04 55 Mar 94 PAN #A1701-94-000073 Covers preventive medicine measures to take against gastrointestinal diseases, placing particular emphasis on three methods to use to purity canteen water for drinking: boiling, chlorine ampules, and iodine tablets. Manage a Suspected Dislocated/Fractured Hip PIN #710555 RT: 11:52 Dee 94 PAN #A1701-94 000108 Discusses cause of injury, signs and symptoms of dislocated and fractured hip, and demonstrated methods of immobilizing the injured limb. Establish and Maintain a Sterile field PIN #710557 PAN #A1701-94 000112 RT: 06:52 Oct 94

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Defines terminology related to sterile procedures and demonstrates correct steps to establish a sterile field and dispense sterile solution of medication from a bottle or vial without causing contamination.

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Eye Treatments: Irragations, Drops, Ointments PIN #710554 RT: 08:114 Oct 94 PAN #A1701-95 000007 Demonstrates the proper procedures to use to administer eye irrigations, drops, And ointments to a patient. Also discusses field expedient method of eye irrigation. Apply an Pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment (PASG) PIN #710460 RT: 09 54 Dec 94 PAN #A1701-95 000022 Demonstrates the proper procedure to use to apply the Pneumatic Anti-shock Garment, to include contraindications for use and adjustments to make for children and personas of above- or below-average height Splint a Suspected Fracture PIN #710005 RT: 09:23 Jan 95 PAN #A1701-95-000036 Discusses signs and symptoms of open and closed fractures, and types of splinting materials; demonstrates splinting procedures for arm and leg. This can be used in sustainment training for combat lifesavers and others (self-aid/buddy aid). Universal Precautions in a Field Environment PIN #710448 RT: 06 50 Apr 95 PAN #A1701-95-000067 Demonstrates proper techniques for combat lifesaver to us in field environment when dealing with casualties to prevent exposure to blood-bone pathogens. Includes preventive measures, proper methods of deposing of needles, vaccination procedure, and actions to take if exposure occurs. Initiate Treatment of Neck Injuries PIN #710607 RT: 08:45 Apr 95 PAN #A1701-95-000056 Demonstrates the proper procedures to use when initiating treatment for neck injures, to include proper equipment and carrying techniques. Initiate an intravenous Infusion in a Field Invironment PIN #710691 PAN #A1701-95-000079 RT: 07:58 May 95

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Demonstrates combat-expedient method of administration of I. V. Discusses equipment, selection and preparation of injection site, administration procedure, and adverse reactions.

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Apply a Universal Splint PIN #710661 RT: 04:25 Jun 95 PAN #A1701-95-000114 Demonstrates the proper way to apply the universal splint to fractures of the upper arm, lower arm, and lower leg. Initiate Treatment of Burns PIN #710606 RT: 19:41 Jul 95 PAN #A1701-95-000119 Demonstrates proper procedures to use to initiate treatment of second and third degree thermal bums, chemical burns, and electrical burns. Perform Basic Emergency Treatment off a Diabetic Patient PIN #710686 RT: 09:20 Jul 95 PAN #A1701-95-000111 Discusses the types of diabetes, signs and symptoms, and proper emergency treatment Demonstrates the treatment of two diabetic medical emergencies: hypoglycemia and diabetic ketoacidosis. Application of the Arthropod Repellent System PIN #708575 RT: 16:!3 Jan 93 PAN #1701-93-000127 Includes use of personal preventive measures in the prevention of arthropod-bome Disease. Demonstrates application techniques of total repellent system (to include uniforms, equipment, and personnel). Operate and Maintain Hand Pressure Sprayer PIN #71 0015 RT: 11:12 Aug 93 PAN #A1701-93-000211 Demonstrates operating procedures and maintenance of the 2-gallon hand pressure sprayer. Includes calculation, measurement and mixing of pesticides; attachments to use Or specific conditions; safety precautions; and maintenance/repair procedures. Basic Principles of Arthropod Surveys: Adult Mosquitoes PIN #708577 RT: 10:08 Sep 93 PAN #A1701-93-000044 Diseases identification of adult mosquitoes, habitats, trapping methods, and courting procedures.

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Basic Principles of Arthropod Surveys: Larval Mosquitoes PIN #709819 RT: 07 53 Sep 93 PAN #A1701-93-000045 Discusses identification of larval mosquitoes, habit, trapping methods, and counting procedures. Baltic Principles of Arthropod Surveys: Flies, Mites, Tics, and Fleas PIN #709820 RT: 10:24 Nov 93 PAN #A1701-93-000046 Discusses identification of flies, mites, ticks, and fleas; their habitats; trapping methods; surveying (counting) techniques; and combing rodents for ectoparasites. Expert Field Medical Badge PIN #707922 RT: 2202 Jan 90 PAN #1701-89-0073 Introduction to the Expert Field Medical Badge; includes the 12 critical performance areas. AMEDD Systematic Modular Approach to Realistic Training (ASMART) PIN #709186 RT: 0903 Feb 91 PAN #A1701-89-0172 Familiarize involved personnel with the purpose of the ASMART program, which was designed to standardize medical proficiency training for AMEDD active duty and reserve personnel. Intro. to Combat Lifesaver Program PIN #708632 RT: 07:39 Nov 91 PAN #A1701-91-0071 Familiarizes involved personnel with the combat lifesaver concept Suicide Prevention PIN #701299 RT: 1832 Jul 85 PAN #A1701-84-1761 Incomes unit leaders of the signs that may be used to identify individuals who are at risk of committing suicide; also identifies specific approaches that may be taken by leaders in the prevention of suicide.

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DEPMEDS-Utility-Power PIN #707934 RT:21:41Nov 91 PAN #A1701-88-0243 Demonstrates performance of operator preventative maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on the power generation and distribution equipment Demonstrates crew drill associated with installing and operating the following equipment: generator, 100 Kw, power distribution panel (M400); distribution, illumination system, electric (DISE), and air conditioner/heater. DEPMEDS-Tent Extendable Modular Personnel (TEMPER) PIN #707920 RT: 50:20 Mar 90 PAN #A1701-88-0242 Describes components of Shelter Extendable Modular Personnel-TEMPER; Demonstrates operating procedures pertinent to DEPMEDS, including assembly, installing accessories, assembling and attaching vestibule, disassembly and repacking; operator PMCS, warnings, safety factors. Shelter Tactical Expandable -ISO PIN #707933 RT: 2658 Jan 90 PAN #A1701-88-0241 Describes components of Shelter Tactical Expandable-lSO (International Organization Or Standardization); demonstrates operating procedures pertinent to DEPMEDS, including expansion, installing accessories, assembling and attaching passageways from shelter to shelter and from shelter to TEMPER; dosing shelter, operator PMCS, warning safety factors. DEPMEDS-M1002 Dolly Set PIN #707919 RT:31:31Mar 90 PAN #A1701-88-0240 Demonstrates performance of operator PMCS and demonstrates crew drill Or use with the ISO shelter and MILVAN, connecting and raising. the shelter, towing the dolly set, lowering the shelter, and uncoupling the set DEPMEDS-Water Distribution and Waste Water Collection Systems PIN #709583 RT: 33:18 Feb 93 PAN #A1701-93-000160 Includes information on the planning and employment of water distribution and wastewater collection systems for DEPMEDS equipped hospital units

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Provides information on packing to minimize damage to equipment and vehicles during deployment. Specific topics include unloading a depot pecked International Standardization Organization (ISO) Shelter (to allow or maximum efficiency during repacking), repacking ISO shelters, proper use of cargo nets in the securing of equipment, basic packing principles, and repacking military vans (MILVANs). Uniform Orientation for the AMEDD Officer PIN #710269 RT: 22:46 May 93 PAN #A1701-93 000097 Describes the standards for proper wear of the four uniforms most commonly worn by the AMEDD officer Army Green Service, Hospital Duty, Temperate and Hot Weather (BDU), and Army Blue Uniforms. Also discusses accessories and personal grooming and appearance standards.

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SERIES: The Viewing seven videotapes (covering 12 91B10 tasks) can be used as a tramps guide in preparation for the Basic Emergency Medical Technician (EDIT) Practical Skills Exam. Title: Order Number: Purpose: Manage a Patient in Cardiac Arrest PIN #710434 RT: 05:34 Nov 93 PAN #A1701-94-000007 Demonstrates steps involved in management of prehospital cardiac arrest, to include integration of CPR skills, airway adjuncts, and patient/scene management skills. Can be used as training guide in preparation for Basic EMT Practical Sells Exam. Perform Patient Assessment PIN #710465 RT: 05:34 Nov 93 PAN #1701-94 000008 Demonstrates performance of primary and secondary assessment of patient Can be used as training guide in preparation for Basic EMT Practical Skills Exam. Oxygen Administration Pin #710429 RT:05:34Nov 93 Pan #A1701-94~000006 Demonstrates procedure for assembling equipment needed ~ administersupplemental oxygen in prehospital setting. Also includes ventilation of a patient using mouth-to-mask and bag-valve mask techniques. Can be used as training guide in preparation for Bask EMT Practical Skills Exam.

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Splinting Procedures PIN #710433 RT: 15:47 Dec 93 PAN #1701-94 000010 Demonstrates procedure required to properly immobilize joint dislocation and long bone fractures. Also includes application of traction splint. Can be used as training guide in preparation for Basic EMT Practical Skills Exam. Treat a Bleeding Wound Complicated by Progressive Shock PIN #710431 RT: 6:28 Dec 93 PAN #A1701-94-000011 Demonstrates how to treat progressive shock due to profound arterial hemorrhage. Includes bandaging, pressure dressings, and use of MAST trousers. Spinal immobilization Skills PIN #710432 RT: 12:12 Dec 93 PAN #A1701-94000013 Demonstrates how to provide spinal immobilization on a lying patient using a long spine immobilization device and on a seated patient using a short board. Health service support videotapes, a series of eight cassettes which can be ordered individually. (NOTE: These were In 1986/87 under the Health Service Support to AirLand Battle concept) An Introduction to Health Service Support of Airland Battle PIN #706046 RT: 16.23 Nov 86 PAN #A1701 ~0147 Gives an overall view of how the principles of health service support can contribute to the operational concepts of AirLand Battle. The tape gives an overview of medical operations in a combined arms combat situation.

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Soldier Health Maintenance PIN #706047 RT: 12:48 Mar 87 PAN #A170186-0148 Presents preventive medicine countermeasures against environmental injuries and diseases and discusses the importance of these countermeasures in maintaining military readiness. Far Forward Care

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PIN #706048 RT: 07:05 Nov 86 PAN #A1701-86-0149 Discusses the activities of far forward care providers-the injured soldier (self-aid), Fellow Soldiers (buddy-aid), the combat lifesaver, the combat medic, and the battalion aid station treatment team. Unit Level Health Service Support (Heavy Division) PIN #706049 RT: 11:03 ~ 87 PAN #A1701-86-0150 Presents the mission, functions, and responsibilities of key individuals within the medical platoon of a divisional maneuver battalion. It actresses the current organization, site selection, and establishment of the platoon in a health service support ride. Extricate Wounded Crew / U1Tank PIN #706050 PAN #A1701-86-0151 : I n f o r m s p e r s o n n e l o f s a f e t y p r e c a u t i o n s RT: 12:21Nov 86

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a n d p r o c e d u r e s i n v o l v e d i n r e m o v i n g i n j u r e d crew members from a disabled M1 tank Title: Order Numbers: Purpose: Title: Order Numbers: Purpose: Extricate Wounded Crew from M3 PIN #706051 RT: 08:19 Nov 86 PAN #A1701-86-0152 Informs personnel d safety precautions and procedures involved in removing crew members from a disabled Cavalry Fighting Vehicle (CF\I). The Medical Company of the Forward Support Battalion PIN #706052 RT: 13:49 Apr J7 PAN #A1701-86-0153 Presents information concerning the internal operations of a forward support battalion, medical company. It addresses the company organization, the modular medical (MOD MED) system, site selection, establishment, evacuation

(emphasizing the use of ambulances), medical supply and resupply procedures, echeloned displacement of company, and night movements Title: Order Number: Purpose: Health Service Support of Tactical Operations (Heavy Division) PIN # 706053 RT: 10;32 May 87 PAN #A1701-86-0154 Provides Medical Personnel with information on defensive and offensive tactical Operations as well as medical support of these operations

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