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TCCC/ TECC TRAINING MODULE 3 - EXTRACTION
TCCC/ TECC TRAINING MODULE 3 - EXTRACTION

TCCC/ TECC TRAINING MODULE 3 - EXTRACTION

85-0521

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The TCCC/TECC Modular Training System from North American Rescue provides all the necessary tactical medical and casualty extraction/evacuation equipment needed when teaching the PHTLS TCCC Certification required tasks for completing the Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course. This system is available as a turnkey solution for training centers and educational institutions designed to equip up to twenty (20) students.

Module Three – Extraction: Provides various high-threat extraction devices and casualty evacuation systems to train students in different options to move casualties during the all three TCCC Phases of Care. Kit includes High Threat Extraction drag devices, versatile casualty movement Hasty Harness, poleless/non-rigid litter option and the collapsible quad-fold rigid evacuation platform standard – Talon II 90C Litter.

SPECS
Provides various high threat extraction devices and casualty evacuation systems to train students in different options to move casualties during the all three TCCC Phases of Care.
Packaged in a self-contained, wheeled, rigid case that allows for easy transport and storage.

KIT CONTENTS
1x Hard Storage Case
1x Talon II® 90C Collapsible Handle Litter
1x EEL, Emergency Evacuation Litter- BLK
1x TED, Tactical Extraction Device- BLK
1x Hasty Harness - Blk
1x RAT Strap, Rescue Assault Tether
1x Dragon Handle System
1x Non-Locking Carabiner

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Techline Technologies, Inc. also offers certified medical training programs, preparing students for “real world” scenarios. We utilize experienced instructors who have taught for both the military and civilian agencies.
Our instructors come from a variety of backgrounds and bring expertise learned both on the battlefield and the streets to our classes. Combined with use of the Techline family of manikins and wounds, allows students to conduct clinically appropriate responses to life saving interventions on wounds that look and feel real.