1.3.3 Trauma Teams

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* These teams generally consist of medically trained individuals that are Advance Cardiac or '''[[Advanced Trauma Life Support]]''' qualified and/or paramedic with capability of advanced airway management. * These teams generally consist of medically trained individuals that are Advance Cardiac or '''[[Advanced Trauma Life Support]]''' qualified and/or paramedic with capability of advanced airway management.
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-Return back to '''[[1.3.2 Ski Patrol]]''' or '''[[Medical Guide]]''' or see '''[[1.3 Personnel/Staff]]''' 
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1.3.3 Trauma Teams

  • Determined from the overall medical plan regarding specific needs for event. Generally positioned along course where they can reach any critically injured athlete within 4 minutes maximum time limit
  • These teams generally consist of medically trained individuals that are Advance Cardiac or Advanced Trauma Life Support qualified and/or paramedic with capability of advanced airway management.


Also see


Return back to 1.3.2 Ski Patrol or Medical Guide or see 1.3 Personnel/Staff

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