Workshop-Informationen

CMC 2020

Free Place:
13:15 - 15:15 Uhr

Prolonged Field Care (PFC) describes field medical care, applied beyond doctrinal planning time-lines by a SOCM (Special Operations Combat Medic) or higher trained personnel, in order to decrease patient mortality and morbidity.It utilizes limited resources and is sustained until the patient arrives at an appropriate level of care.

In this workshop MedBranch instructors of the International Special Training Centre (ISTC) will familiarize attendees with the principles of PFC and its core capabilities.

language: English

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR
responsible:
PhD O'Kelly, College Of Remote And Offshore Medicine Foundation
lead:
Mr. Holmström, Dr. Grech, OSA Puhan, OFw Nagel
support:
Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm / Klinik für Anästhesiologie
sponsoring:
College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation (CoROM)
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Augsburg
free places
0

Traumatic injuries to organs and vessels in the large body cavities of the thorax and abdomen represent a black box. Thanks to the development of small and powerful ultrasound devices indications for bleeding in the Abdomen, pneumo- or haematothorax and pericardial tamponade can be obtained. This is especially important in facilities without a CT.
In this workshop, the examiner will learn and practice the most important cutting levels of eFAST.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR
responsible:
FTLA Dr. Hackenbroch, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm Klinik für Radiologie
lead:
FTLA Dr. Hackenbroch, OFA Dr. Bohrer
support:
Sonosite, Philips
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Gang Augsburg B
free places
0

In this workshop, selected internally relevant Symptoms, diagnostics and therapeutic options will be discussed.

language: German

target group:
paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
HF Kossatz
lead:
HF Kossatz, Zentrale Interdisziplinäre Notfallaufnahme Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Stuttgart
free places
20

Tropical disease continues to be a problem for deployed personnel. This workshop contains hands-on labs (RDTs and microscopy of various specimens of tropical disease). There are also didactic lessons on tropical diseases of importance for the deployed unit. Previous Tropical Medicine training and microscope experience is helpful but not required.

language: English

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR
responsible:
PhD O'Kelly, College Of Remote And Offshore Medicine Foundation
lead:
PhD O'Kelly, Dr. de Mello, Dr. Evans
support:
College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation (CoROM)
sponsoring:
College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation (CoROM)
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | München
free places
0

The content of this workshop is to impart knowledge and techniques to be able to provide first aid for dental emergencies under difficult conditions.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
OFA Dr. Thierbach, Zahnarztgruppe Dornstadt
lead:
OFA Dr. Thierbach, OSA Jüllig
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Clubraum
free places
0

No dentist is available in many mission scenarios. How can you help yourself if acute toothache or injuries in the tooth-jaw or midface area become a problem? This workshop teaches the participant simple techniques of pain therapy, hemostasis, tooth extraction and reduction of jaw fractures, guided by experts.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR
responsible:
OFA Dr. Pietzka, Mund Kiefer und Gesichtschirurgie Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm
lead:
OFA Dr. Pietzka, OSA Dr. Dr. Spatz, OSA Dr. Dr. Schneider
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Konferenzraum
free places
1

Concerning Military Working Dogs: physiological and pathological findings, typical medical emergencies, algorithms in (K9-)emergency- and rescue-medecine, K9-casualty-care in tactical surroundings, key-course-elements in K9-CFR-training, veterinarian medical care in deployment-related casualties and life-threatening emergencies.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
SV Dr. Schäfer, Schule für Diensthundewesen der Bundeswehr Ulmen
lead:
SV Dr. Schäfer
support:
TraumaFx
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Grosse Gard | Aufzug
free places
0

From the simple lacerative caused by a pocketknife to the wound caused by explosive device - there are occurring many wounds during mission. Everybody have the knowledge to make a primary wound dressing up to tourniquet attachment. However, You are mostly glad to hand over the proper wound management to the surgeon. Do you stop the mission because of a lacerative? Manage bigger Wounds during prolonged field care. In this workshop a trauma surgeon will show to treat wounds effective with simple Methods (small and clean to big and dirty).

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
OFA Steinbach, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm Chirurgie
lead:
OFA Steinbach
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Balettsaal
free places
0

Control of critical bleeding is of the essence in casualty care. Today, several types of tourniquets, hemostatic dressings and other products are available to stop bleeding. These products are also popular in civilian EMS. Nevertheless, pressure dressings and wound packing are to be mastered, too.
The participant will assess and stop major bleedings in this class. Realistic models will be available to test several products and methods under supervision.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
OSA Redmer, Bundewehrkrankenhaus Ulm Klinik für Anästhesiologie
lead:
OSA Redmer, Herr Walla
support:
Wero, Hestomed-Helbig, SAM Medical, TraumaFx
sponsoring:
TREMA e.V.
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Kleiner Saal
free places
0

In this workshop, which is divided into theory and practice, the legal and medical requirements for warm blood donation are demonstrated. The handling of warm blood donation sets and the warm blood donation itself will be practiced.

language: German

target group:
phycisian | paramedic | CFR
responsible:
OFA Kerschowski, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm Klinik für Anästhesiologie
lead:
OFA Kerschowski
location:
Tulip | Kairo/Zürich
free places
6

This workshop is divided into two sections:

AR Spectra S.a.r.l.
Arspectra’s TeleAssist is an innovative platform of Augmented Reality (AR) glasses, a mobile processing unit, and AR-based software enabling visual telecommunication with global connectivity and secure data-encryption for mobile forces and remote experts in medical or rescue use cases.
Background:
Military or terrorist attacks, natural disasters, major traffic accidents, and general ambulance present challenges to emergency professionals around the world. Remote medical emergencies - offshore, in the air, and on the ground - are extremely challenging by the unavailability of medical expertise on site or in transit.
For the treatment of many injured, despite lacking personnel resources, triage is very helpful and important. They quality of the first response treatment given depends strongly on the time, environment, and especially expertise available. Additionally is time necessary to communicate the patient status, describe the injury, and manage the transport to the right hospital that is best prepared for the reception and treatment of the patients.
Solution:
Arspectra’s TeleAssist technology aims to tackle this lack of time and expertise by enabling global access to the relevant healthcare assistance in various medical emergencies. Arspectra’s AR glasses and the TeleAssist communication platform facilitates bi-directional visual communication:
- Same point-of-view registration enables direct oversight and comprehension of the emergency by the remote expert as if he or she was giving advice on site.
- Patient related information, instructions, and data visualizations are projected hands-free in the direct sight of the first responder.
The assistance is enabled regardless of environment and geographical location. The smart glasses are intuitively controlled by voice, allowing its user to keep his or her hands free, and focusing on the patient. This novel form of dynamic visual collaboration allows to naturally and significantly improve remote validation, communication, and assistance in medical treatments, tactics and education.
Workshop: The workshop will demonstrate several use cases where the innovative technology can improve the medical treatment and education. The participants will have an overview on how Arspectra’s TeleAssist can support healthcare professionals in their daily activities. End-results are improved scenario understanding, higher treatment success, improvement of transport whilst controlling cost, lower displacement needs, and especially global access to the relevant healthcare expertise.
TeleAssist differentiates itself from competition by developing and designing AR technology WITH and FOR the end-user, resulting in more performant and adapted technologies. Key service requirements lie in light-weight, hands-free unobtrusive use, state-of-art AR visualizations, and guaranteed full procedure autonomies for the mobile support technology for teams, tactics, protection and rescue.
Arspectra‘s TeleAssist ist eine innovative Plattform, bestehend aus einer Augmented Reality (AR) Brille,
Mobilgerät und AR-basierter Software, die visuelle Telekommunikation mit globaler Konnektivität und
sicherer Datenverschlüsselung für mobile Einsatzkräfte und Remote-Experten in medizinischen oder
Rettungsfällen ermöglicht.
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Munich Military University, Institute for Computer Engineering / CODE E-HEALTH

Using mobile devices combined with augmented reality, you can try out a variety of realistic, external injury visualization as holograms displayed on the skin. This exercise-relevant augmented reality demonstrator can be designed to be dynamic and editable combined with audio effects. In a future research, this application will be linked to mannequins and their physiology simulations to use it as a mixed reality demonstrator.
In addition, a virtual reality demonstrator is offered for testing, in which you learn to use the intraosseous Fast1 infusion system. This cognitive VR trainer is supposed to train you all relevant objects and the correct order of the i.O. Fast1 infusion system in detail. The goal is to present key aspects of Fast1 training for CFR via VR in an understandable manner. In future research, it is also planned to implement this application in augmented reality, in order to be able to determine the media-didactic differences.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
PhD Leopold, Universität der Bundeswehr München; Herr Brunner, AR Spectra S.a.r.l.
lead:
PhD Leopold, Herr Brunner
sponsoring:
Universität der Bundeswehr München, AR Spectra S.a.r.l.
location:
DLRG | Tagungsraum
free places
10

On April 15, 2013, two homemade pressure cooker bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing 3 people and injuring 243 others. Twenty-seven Tourniquets were created - all improvised with items found by emergency services and first responders on site. The workshop gives participants an understanding of the principles of application and considerations of improvised Tourniquets in situations where no CoTCCC approved Tourniquets are available.

language: German and English

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
HF a.D. Röhrich, 18D, BSc
lead:
HF a.D. Röhrich, 18D, BSc
location:
DLRG | Jugendraum
free places
0

The care of injured and wounded people under low light is trained. Night vision and thermal imaging devices are used for this purpose.

Bring tactical equipment, battle dress and possibly existing night vision equipment.

target group:
Arzt | MedAssPers | CFR | EH-B
responsible:
Herr Cachee, OPTIX-BD Optische Präzisionselemente GmbH
lead:
Herr Cachee
sponsoring:
OPTIX-BD Optische Präzisionselemente GmbH
location:
DLRG Heim | Keller
free places
0
15:45 - 17:45 Uhr

Prolonged Field Care (PFC) describes field medical care, applied beyond "doctrinal planning time-lines' by a SOCM (Special Operations Combat Medic) or higher trained personnel, in order to decrease patient mortality and morbidity.It utilizes limited resources and is sustained until the patient arrives at an appropriate level of care.

In this workshop MedBranch instructors of the International Special Training Centre (ISTC) will familiarize attendees with the principles of PFC and its core capabilities.

language: English

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR
responsible:
PhD O'Kelly, College Of Remote And Offshore Medicine Foundation
lead:
Mr. Holmström, Dr. Grech, OSA Puhan, OFw Nagel
support:
Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm / Klinik für Anästhesiologie
sponsoring:
College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation (CoROM)
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Augsburg
free places
0

Simulation training for medical personnel in a highly immersive multi-user VR Environment. In this workshop, the participants train on realistic virtual patients without worrying about the real consequences with operable diagnostic and therapeutic equipment. Difficult to train and rare but life-threatening
injuries can be seen in this workshop.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
Hr. Neuberger, TriCAT GmbH Ulm
lead:
Hr. Neuberger
support:
TriCAT GmbH
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Gang Augsburg B
free places
0

This workshop offers an opportunity to train in a variety of techniques for airway management with the latest devices on different mannequins. This includes extraglottic devices, direct- and video- laryngoscopy intubation, fiberoptic-assisted intubation and emergency front of neck access (cricothyreotomy) in case of a can’t intubate, can't oxygenate’ (CICO) situation.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
OSA Dr. Burmester, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Hamburg Klinik für Anästhesiologie
lead:
OTA Dr. Schwartz, OFA Dr. Kauper, FTLA Schüttler, FTLA Dr. Dolu, OFA Royko, OSA Dr. Spies, OSA Dr. Burmester, PHM Beck, POM Walentowitz,
support:
Storz, VBM-medical, AMBU, Helbig, Polizei Hamburg, Polizei Bayern
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Stuttgart
free places
0

Tropical disease continues to be a problem for deployed personnel. This workshop contains hands-on labs (Rapid Daignostic Tests and microscopy of various specimens of tropical disease). There are also didactic lessons on tropical diseases of importance for the deployed unit. Previous Tropical Medicine training and microscope experience is helpful but not required.
language: English

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR
responsible:
PhD O'Kelly, College Of Remote And Offshore Medicine Foundation
lead:
PhD O'Kelly, Dr. de Mello, Dr. Evans
support:
College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation (CoROM)
sponsoring:
College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation (CoROM)
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | München
free places
4

Um mittels Simulationstrainings nachhaltiges, tiefes Lernen zu erreichen müssen diese gut vorbereitet und nachbesprochen (Debrieft) werden.
In diesem Workshop für Ausbilder werden die Grundlagen zur Entwicklung lernzielorientierter Simulationseinheiten (Szenarien), Durchführung von Szenarien und Nachbesprechung von Szenarien vermittelt. Für die Nachbesprechung (Debriefing) werden Strukturen und Techniken vorgestellt und trainiert.

Sprache: Deutsch

target group:
Arzt | MedAssPers | CFR | EH-B | Ausbilder
responsible:
Herr Seipel, Laerdal Medical; Herr Langewand InPASS
lead:
Herr Seipel, Herr Langewand
support:
Laerdal Medical GmbH, InPASS
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Clubraum
free places
0

Starting with a small lecture the participants get a short overview on the anatomy of the eye and the particularities of aforementioned anatomy for eye injuries. During the lecture different injuries of the eye and a few eye diseases will be explained. At the end of the lecture the first aid principles for eye-injuries and –diseases will be shown.
Durign the hands-on part of the workshop easy methods for the examination of an eye will be demonstrated and practiced. First-aid for eye-causalities will be practiced in small groups, especially dressings for eye-injuries. Closing the workshop will be a short explanation on the treatment of the orbital compartment syndrome.

language: German

target group:
paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
OFA Dr. Steinkohl, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm Klinik für Augenheilkunde
lead:
OSA Dr. Steinkohl, OSA Dr. Schimmel
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Konferenzraum
free places
0

Concerning Military Working Dogs: physiological and pathological findings, typical medical emergencies, algorithms in (K9-)emergency- and rescue-medecine, K9-casualty-care in tactical surroundings, key-course-elements in K9-CFR-training, veterinarian medical care in deployment-related casualties and life-threatening emergencies.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
SV Dr. Schäfer, Schule für Diensthundewesen der Bundeswehr Ulmen
lead:
SV Dr. Schäfer
support:
TraumaFX
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Grosse Gard | Aufzug
free places
1

From the simple lacerative caused by a pocketknife to the wound caused by explosive device - there are occurring many wounds during mission. Everybody have the knowledge to make a primary wound dressing up to tourniquet attachment. However, you are mostly glad to hand over the proper wound management to the surgeon. Do you stop the mission because of a lacerative? Manage bigger Wounds during prolonged field care. In this workshop a trauma surgeon will show to treat wounds effective with simple Methods (small and clean to big and dirty).

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
OFA Steinbach, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm Klinik für Chirurgie
lead:
OFA Steinbach
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Balettsaal
free places
0

Control of critical bleeding is of the essence in casualty care. Today, several types of tourniquets, hemostatic dressings and other products are available to stop bleeding. These products are also popular in civilian EMS. Nevertheless, pressure dressings and wound packing are to be mastered, too.
The participant will assess and stop major bleedings in this class. Realistic models will be available to test several products and methods under supervision.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
OSA Redmer, Bundewehrkrankenhaus Ulm Klinik für Anästhesiologie
lead:
OSA Redmer, Herr Walla
support:
TREMA e.V.
sponsoring:
Wero, Hestomed-Helbig, SAM Medical, TraumaFx
location:
Edwin Scharff Haus | Kleiner Saal
free places
0

In this workshop, which is divided into theory and practice, the legal and medical requirements for warm blood donation are demonstrated. The handling of warm blood donation sets and the warm blood donation itself will be practiced.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR
responsible:
OFA Kerschowski, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Ulm Klinik für Anästhesiologie
lead:
OFA Kerschowski
location:
Tulip | Kairo/Zürich
free places
8

The workshop participant gets an insight into the wide spectrum of the poisonous animal world. The participant will be shown that not all poisonous animals are the same.
In addition, a feeling for how animals and humans behave when they meet and how possible accidents can be avoided.
If an accident should occur, however, the participant will be introduced to sensible measures for initial treatment.
At the end of the course, possible working materials that are often used in dealing with poisonous animals will be discussed. Here, the participant should participate in an open exchange of ideas to decide what he considers useful or not.

language: German

target group:
paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
OF Grygiel, SanUstgZ Köln-Wahn
lead:
OF Grygiel
location:
DLRG | Tagungsraum
free places
10

On April 15, 2013, two homemade pressure cooker bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing 3 people and injuring 243 others. Twenty-seven Tourniquets were created - all improvised with items found by emergency services and first responders on site. The workshop gives participants an understanding of the principles of application and considerations of improvised Tourniquets in situations where no CoTCCC approved Tourniquets are available.

language: German and English

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
HF a.D. Röhrich, 18D, BSc
lead:
HF a.D. Röhrich, 18D, BSc
location:
DLRG | Jungendraum
free places
0

The care of injured and wounded people under low light is trained. Night vision and thermal imaging devices are used for this purpose.

Bring tactical equipment, battle dress and possibly existing night vision equipment.

target group:
Arzt | MedAssPers | CFR | EH-B
responsible:
Herr Cachee, OPTIX-BD Optische Präzisionselemente GmbH
lead:
Herr Cachee
sponsoring:
OPTIX-BD Optische Präzisionselemente GmbH
location:
DLRG Heim | Keller
free places
0
13:00 - 18:15 Uhr

This TREMA Parcours (focus on military and law enforcement authorities) workshop will be located on “Am Sandhaken”, a training site of the “Technical Aid Agency Germany”. You will find a course of five stations of 40 minutes duration each, which every participant will have to attend. Mainly there will be a training of techniques and measures that could be relevant for all three phases during “tactical combat casualty care”. Attendants will be trained in procedures, which will enable them to rescue, examine and treat wounded people on site and to prepare them for transport to the next echelon.

1. Triage (MASCAL mSTaRT and tacSTaRT)
2. Care under fire (care of casualties under effective enemy fire)
3. Care of contaminated casualties under CBRN threat
4. Airway management with cricothyrotomy and needle decompression (here subdivided into beginners, advanced and experts on scene)
5. Stop the bleeding with tourniquet and wound packing (here subdivided into beginners, advanced and experts)

The depth of training at each station is adapted to the performance level of the participants. Therefore, it ranges from training, to close coaching during the procedures, to situational input during the case scenarios in order to learn and train the best possible care for the patients. A detailed debriefing takes place.

The subdivision into performance levels, which is requested during the registration process, is a self-assessment.

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life saver
responsible:
Tactical Rescue and Emergency Medicine Association (TREMA e.V.)
lead:
Tactical Rescue and Emergency Medicine Association (TREMA e.V.)
location:
Katastrophenschutzübungsgelände Ulm | THW Gelände - Am Sandhaken - 89079 Ulm
free places
0

REBOA stands for resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta and serves to stop internal bleeding after accidents.

In this workshop, after explaining the theoretical background, you can carry out the practical procedure on the model under expert guidance.

language: English

target group:
physician
responsible:
PhD Bear, Prytime Medical Devices
lead:
PhD Bear, Col. Rasmussen MD FACS
sponsoring:
Prytime Medical Devices
location:
Tulip | Boardroom
free places
8

Special Operations require specific methods of insertion. Infiltration/ exfiltration by means of small boats is just one of many options. This workshop will deal with Tactical Combat Casualty Care within the scope of amphibious operations. The event aims at training the participants in handling wounded casualties on the maritime battlefield. Our workshop is based on the TCCC Guidelines as well as on our own experience in implementing them in an amphibious environment.

language: German

target group:
physician | paramedic | CFR | combat life save
responsible:
OFA Kremers, AusbZSpezlOp Pfullendorf
lead:
OFA Kremers, OL Oswald, HF Behrens
support:
DLRG
location:
DLRG | Garage
free places
0