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Training for Disaster Area Management

Disaster area advanced training is intended for first responders, rescue units and organizations, military units and medical crews that can intervene in rescue missions in disaster areas such as: natural disasters, terror attacks, large accidents. The advanced training for disaster area management includes: Search and Rescue from under ruins Disaster medicine Post-disaster medicine Site command […]

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A Collaboration between MSE Group and Extreme Simulations

NOVEMBER, 2020 – MSE Group, the exclusive partner of MedVision in Europe and Extreme Simulations (EXS) are proud to announce that they have signed a mutual distribution agreement according to which MSE Group will distribute EXS medical simulators and training solutions in Europe and additional territories and EXS will distribute MedVision’s medical simulators in Israel. […]

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Best Practices For An Extreme Training Feedback That Is Efficient For Trainees

Trainee feedback is a crucial part of any extreme training event. Its mission is to tell the trainee what they did well, what they did wrong and what they could have done better – but in such a way that the trainee feels encouraged and empowered. How do you do that? The trainee needs efficient […]

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High performance in stressful situations, or “What to do when I’m all Adrenaline”

How good is the adrenaline rush during extreme events? Is there a way to manage the way adrenaline affects our bodies? (Article by Jonathan Bahat, mental resilience expert and co-founder of Extreme Simulations) In stressful situations, our sympathetic system operates and puts us into “survival mode”. The adrenaline rush is sometimes a life-saving reaction, but […]

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Guidelines in Preparing A Realistic Medical Training Experience (Interview with dr Sarit Hadar Shaharoor)

How do you offer a realistic training experience to the medical staff? What are the things you should take into account, and how do you offer feedback? We reached out to a medical professional, Dr Sarit Shahrur Hadar, who is a former head of children intensive care unit in Shaare Tsedek hospital in Jerusalem. We […]

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Military Field Surgery Training

“[Military field surgery training] is essential for when a crew goes on a mission. This is really how I learned the stuff”- Ron, Anesthesiologist in a field hospital The purpose of Military field surgery Training is to build teamwork in the OR. More importantly, it teaches medical staff a common language to be used in […]

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Prolonged Field Care Training

Who is Prolonged Field Care Training (or PFC training) for? Field hospitals Remote facilities Naval vessels Disaster medical facilities …or any other organization that is meant to offer medical treatment and to monitor patients for a long period of time when the evacuation to an advanced trauma center is delayed. What does Prolonged Field Care […]

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Triage and Management during an MCI Training

“The Triage and Management during an MCI training gave me the tools to lead in MCI and I feel much more prepared now”- Aviv, Battalion head medic in the IDF Triage and Management during an MCI Training is created especially for managers and commanders of rescue and emergency forces. This training prepares you to manage […]

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Trauma Surgery Training

“[Trauma surgery training] is essential for when a crew goes on a mission. This is really how I learned the stuff”- Ron, Anesthesiologist in a field hospital The purpose of Trauma Surgery Training is to build teamwork in the OR. More importantly, it teaches medical staff a common language to be used in special situations. […]

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Best Practices for CAT tourniquet application

Bleeding is the leading cause of preventable death, responsible for about 90% of these cases, while the source of the bleeding in over 10% of the cases leading bleeding to preventable death is the limb (Eastridge & Co.). Did you know… ? U.S. military reports attribute the saving of about 2,000 lives to the use […]