TEAMS training: our intervention team practices the real case

by Lisa Wolff, 2018/09/06

Near the humedica intervention camp an earthquake caused the collapse of a three-storey building. Light and severely injured people, partly panicking, are looking to the medical professionals for help – that was the setting of the Montyland scenario.

Elaborately made-up by the emergency simulation team of the Youth Red Cross, more than 40 volunteer amateur extras (among others from the Johanniter) provided for highest concentration in the 16-person humedica team during the TEAMS practice. In order to be able to deal with nearly three times as many casualties in real cases of emergency all processes and standards must work out.

Who is seriously injured and must be cared for immediately? Who can be treated later on?

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