Chapter 56 Technical rescue, self-rescue and evacuation
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Immobilization and Splinting in Mountain Rescue. Official recommendations of the International Commission for Mountain Emergency Medicine ICAR MEDCOM, intended for mountain rescue first responders, physicians, and rescue organizations Ellerton J; Tomazin I; Brugger H; Paal P (2009)Immobilization and splinting of fractures are essential to reduce morbidity and mortality in mountain rescue. Therefore, members of the International Commission for Mountain Emergency Medicine (ICAR MEDCOM) debated the ...
Grasegger K; Strapazzon G; Procter E; Brugger H; Soteras I (2016)We report a case of survival of a completely buried avalanche victim after being located with the radar-based RECCO Rescue System. In the winter of 2015, 2 off-piste skiers were completely buried in an avalanche near the ...
Sensation seeking, traumatic stress and coping: An empirical investigation in rescue forces = Sensation Seeking, Traumaerleben und Bewältigungsstrategien: eine empirische Untersuchung an Einsatzkräften Tschiesner R (2012)This investigation deals with sensation seeking in rescue forces. We are interested in the scores regarding this variable and relationship between these and other relevant variables. Aim of this research is to find connections ...