ACS COT COVID-19 Guidance for STOP THE BLEED Course Instructors
Leaders from the American College of Surgeons (ACS) and the ACS Committee on Trauma (ACS COT) have updated their recommendations for STOP THE BLEED® Courses.
While more than 1 million people have now been trained to STOP THE BLEED®, that’s just a start. Our goal is to train 200 million. Why? Because the purpose of the STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This preparation is being done by raising awareness and teaching people how to learn three quick actions to control serious bleeding.
Working to train people to STOP THE BLEED® in all walks of life to save lives.
Take Our STOP THE BLEED Course
Through our STOP THE BLEED® course, you’ll gain the ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding and intervene effectively. The person next to a bleeding victim may be the one who’s most likely to save him or her. Take the course and become empowered to make a life or death difference when a bleeding emergency occurs. STOP THE BLEED®. Save a Life!
STOP THE BLEED comes to Antarctica
The medical team at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station recently hosted the first STOP THE BLEED® course in Antarctica. The research team at the South Pole Station is in isolation in an extreme environment for 10 months out of the year and lack consistent connectivity to access up-to-date medical resources.
STOP THE BLEED Kits
Find STOP THE BLEED® kits online and place these trauma kits in public gathering areas.
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