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NATO Staff Maritime Medical Course LO-3 Manage the Recognised Maritme Medical Picture RECOGNIZE HEALTH THREATS. CAPT Jeffery Paulson and CAPT Frank Chapman US Fleet Forces Command and US NAV EUR. Recognize Health Threats. Introduction Objectives Anticipate Threats Prepare to prevent

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Nato staff maritime medical course lo 3 manage the recognised maritme medical picture

NATO Staff Maritime Medical Course

LO-3 Manage the Recognised Maritme Medical Picture

RECOGNIZE HEALTH THREATS

CAPT Jeffery Paulson and CAPT Frank Chapman

US Fleet Forces Command and US NAV EUR

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Recognize health threats

Recognize Health Threats

Introduction

Objectives

Anticipate Threats

Prepare to prevent

Prepare to respond

Summary

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Initial data to recognize health threats

Initial Data to Recognize Health Threats

Planned operational environment

Combat

Non-Combat

Know the POE

Operations at Sea

Operations on Shore

Engagements ashore

Liberty

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Medical intelligence and the threat assessment

Medical Intelligence and the Threat Assessment

ALLIED JOINT MEDICAL DOCTRINE FOR MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE, AJMedP-3

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Planned operational environment

Planned Operational Environment

Questions to ask:

Who is going?

What are they doing?

When are they going?

Where are they going?

How are they doing it?

Open-ended

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Threats afloat

Threats Afloat

War Damage from Combat Actions

Mines, Missiles, Explosives

Sea Environment

Storms and Sea State

Collisions at Sea

Groundings

Man Overboard

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Combat

Combat

Opposing forces

Conventional Warfare

Small Arms

Explosives

Asymmetrical Warfare

IEDs

Ashore vs Afloat

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Environmental

Environmental

Heat and Cold

Smoke and Inhalation injuries

Chemical Contamination

Animal Bites – Rabies, Infection

Snake Bites – Venom

Marine Animal Bites and Venom

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Behavioral threats

Alcohol and Illicit Drugs

Prescribed Drugs

Operational Stress

Behavioral Threats

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Non combat trauma

Non Combat Trauma

MVA’s

Motorcycle – Scooters

Boating

Other Recreational Activities

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Health risks biological

Health Risks – Biological

Infectious disease

Food Borne illnesses

Safe Food and Water are critical

Disease can degrade a fighting force quickly and for a prolonged time

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Infectious disease

Infectious Disease

Pandemic Illness

Influenza as example

SARS and others

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Food borne

Food Borne

Food Sources

Food Acquisition Policy

Food Handling

Food Storage (frozen, chilled, dry)

Food Preparation (hepatitis and other human vector disease)

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Vector borne

Vector Borne

Port calls

Travel or Deployment Ashore

Malaria, Rabies, Dengue, JEV

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Operating environment at sea

Operating Environment at Sea

INDUSTRIAL HIGH RISK ENVIRONMENT

High Risk Evolutions:

Underway Replenishment

Vertical Replenishment

Re-fueling at Sea

Cargo and personnel transfer

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Occupational safety

Occupational Safety

Electrical Work

Small Boat Operations

Helicopter Operations

Fuels, Including Otto Fuel II

Fires

Welding, Cutting, Brazing

Machinery maintenance and operations

Heavy Weather Operations

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Ship distress at sea

Ship Distress at Sea

Abandon ship – Immersion Injuries

Oil on Sea

Burning Oil Fire

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Survival in the water

Survival in the Water

Windchill

Non freezing cold injury

Freezing cold injury

Heat illness and sunburn

Seasickness in the life raft

Osmotic Diarrhea

Oil Contamination

Skin Ulcers

Toxic Chemicals

Triage of Survivors

Psychological considerations

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Urgency

Urgency

Balance:

Risk to Sailor

Threats

Urgencyvs Operational Tasking

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Biological chemical and radiological

Biological Chemical and Radiological

Ship capabilities?

Detection of exposure

Confirmation of agent

Air boundaries

Countermeasures - washdown?

Treatment

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Stress management

Stress Management

Management of critical stress and traumatic stress

Stress reactions, PTS, Suicide

Resources?

Medical, Chaplain, Chain of Command, Friends

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Threat assessment summary

Threat Assessment Summary

Threat Analysis can provide the commander information critical to mission accomplishment.

Mitigation of potential threats increases chance of mission success.

Medical threats are a critical piece of a proper threat analysis and must not be overlooked in mission planning.

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Questions

Questions?

HelgeBarstrand, Cdr SG, NOR Navy, MSc, KCLJ,

(N43) Branch Head Medical, Medical Plans & Concepts, MC Northwood UK

+44 (0) 1923 956 675 Email: [email protected]

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