- Pulse oximeter: a device that uses a finger to measure pulse and oxygen saturation
- Tranexamic Acid: medication extensively used in the military to control bleeding
- Intraosseous device: places a needle into the bone to deliver IV fluids and medications quickly, with minimal training, with a higher chance of sucess than traditional IVs.
- Trauma tourniquet
- Rapid Malaria tests
- Captain's duty of care: to protect the health and safety of crew, minimise risk of infection and provide preventive measures such as vaccination. (As a result of COVID-19, this is now perhaps even more pertinent).
- It is recommended that medical advice and supplies are obtained where possible from medically qualified individuals and/or companies experienced and knowledgeable in the supply to the maritime industry.
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