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Victory I Consensus Document: Proposal for the Implementation of the Hartford Doctrine in the Spanish Context

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Martin L, Roca G, Hernandez JM, Fernandez S, Lynam B. 18(4). 27 - 29. (Letter)

Several international recommendations advise adapting military healthcare response models to intentional mass casualty incidents (IMCIs) in civil environments. The IMCI experience and associated published research from the United States, where these situations are frequent and properly analyzed more often, are, unfortunately, not directly applicable to the Spanish model of emergency medical services (EMS), where each autonomous region has its own competencies and protocols. However, there is a series of common elements that served as a reference for the development of an effective, evidence- based, IMCI consensus response plan called Victoria I. In this plan, we have tried to define each intervening role during an IMCI, from the occasional first responder to the final hospital staff at the reference trauma centers. We believe that each professional role in this response chain, on and off the scene, must have a clear mission and function to improve victim survival.

Re: Tourniquet Effectiveness When Placed Over the Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology

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Picard CT, Douma MJ. 18(2). 148 - 148. (Letter)

"Rationale for Use of Intravenous Acetaminophen in Special Operations Medicine": Reply

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Vokoun ES. 15(4). 82 - 82. (Letter)

"Rationale for Use of Intravenous Acetaminophen in Special Operations Medicine"

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Bowling F. 15(4). 81 - 81. (Letter)

"Testing of Junctional Tourniquets by Military Medics to Control Simulated Groin Hemorrhage"

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Schwartz RB, Reynolds BZ, Gordon RD, Shiver SA, Lyon M, Holsten SB. 15(2). 94 - 95. (Letter)

"Testing of Junctional Tourniquets by Military Medics to Control Simulated Groin Hemorrhage": Reply

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Kragh JF, Parsons DL, Kotwal RS, Kheirabadi BS, Aden JK, Gerhardt RT, Baer DG, Dubick MA. 15(2). 96 - 96. (Letter)

Only Break Glass in Case of War? The Difficulty With Combat Medic Skills Sustainment Within Our Military Treatment Facilities

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Cunningham CW. 15(1). 90 - 92. (Letter)

Evaluation of Commercially Available Traction Splints for Battlefield Use: Response

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Studer NM, Grubb SM, Horn GT, Danielson PD. 14(4). 98 - 98. (Letter)

Evaluation of Commercially Available Traction Splints for Battlefield Use

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Lee RW. 14(4). 95 - 97. (Letter)

Operational Stressors on Physical Performance in Special Operators and Countermeasures to Improve Performance: A Review of the Literature

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Hoedebecke KL, Brink W. 14(2). 84 - 85. (Letter)

The Application of Regional Anesthesia by the Special Forces Medical Sergeant

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Ho TT, Hall C. 13(4). 111 - 111. (Letter)

Endovascular Resuscitation Techniques for Severe Hemorrhagic Shock and Traumatic Arrest in the Presurgical Setting

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Glassberg E, Nadler R, Dagan D. 13(3). 101 - 101. (Letter)

Prevalence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Special Operations Forces

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Neller DJ, Butcher JJ. 13(1). 91 - 91. (Letter)