: Injury Report:
Redmond taken to hospital after skate cut - [UPDATE]: Out for season
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02-22-2013, 01:44 PM
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Join Date: Apr 2010
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Tourniquet's cause alot of harm to the limb, including ALOT of tissue damage. It's probably preferable to death, but when your dealin with a professional athlete...it's preferable to not cause extensive damage.
I was in the military myself...and I can tell you that quikclot is purely an army thing. Hospitals don't even have it.
And quickclot is designed for gun shot wounds and stabbings. I'm not to sure how useful it would be for an arterial bleed like that.
I'm sorry but that first paragraph is confusing. I can't believe that any trainer would be "Oh my, a femoral bleed, I have to make sure I don't cause any trauma that would preclude this player from playing later on"
Life and death, stop the bleeding ABC's, standard stuff.
All the rest.
I think might want to research that a bit.
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