Here’s a look at day three of Tactical EMS Class #35 which is all about Tactical Combat Casualty Care, including extraction and the proper use of tourniquets…
May is National Stop The Bleed Month. Cypress Creek EMS is providing free public classes at its Education Center at 7111 Five Forks in Spring.
An official from the Harris County Office of Emergency Management recognized the work of Niky Smith during Harvey. Francisco Sanchez said that a few names rose to the top for going above and beyond. One of those was Niky Smith.
The February Issue of the Journal of Emergency Medical Services or JEMS features a detailed article on the Cypress Creek EMS/Harris County ESD 48 Fire Department Whole Blood Field Transfusion program. It is the only program of its type in the entire country.
On Monday Evening, December 19, Cypress Creek EMS Tactical Medics trained more than 60 Klein firefighters how to stop severe bleeding with manufactured tourniquets and proper wound packing techniques.
The Cypress Creek Tactical Medic Team assists the regional coalition of Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force during the arrests of Internet predators who solicit children online.
What if they were as many people trained in Bleeding Control (B-Con) as there are people trained to perform CPR?
CCEMS is now carrying and transfusing two blood products in the field. CCEMS and ESD 48 in West Harris County are the only EMS systems to do so in the country.
Emergency Room Nurse and Italian Army Veteran Lorenzo Tiraboschi was part of Cypress Creek EMS Tactical EMS Class #30. He was put through his paces and pushed to his emotional and physical breaking point.
Cypress Creek EMS formed one of the nation’s first tactical medic teams in 1996. Members of the elite team provide tactical emergency medical support to local, state and federal law enforcement in high-risk situations including serving felony arrest warrants and they train constantly to provide medical support at the point of wounding in the event…