Surgeons, first responders push for new tools to stop bleeding deaths



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I applaud your community for providing this training and equipment. While we commonly see training for active shooter events, it often lacks the focus on the public as immediate responders and care providers. This training and equipment is essential if we are to maximize survival from these type of events. Kudos to the Hoover Fire Department and the Vestavia Hills School System!

Jim Manson more than 2 years ago