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Military Medical Powerpoint Lectures

These lectures are from a variety of military and governmental sources. They are free for downloading.

Operational Medicine


Cervical Spine Trauma Epidemiology, Etiology, and Management

Hand Injuries Open Hand Injuries

Operational Dermatology Acne and beyond

Operational Orthopedics Orthopedics for the General Medical Officer

Operational Otolaryngology ENT in Military Settings

Operational Psychiatry Quick Operational Mental Health

Primary Management of Knee and Shoulder Injuries


Aviation Medicine

Aeromedical Briefs from the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute



IV Therapy for Marines Field Medical Service School



Introduction to Anesthesia Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center (JSOMTC)

Anesthesia Pharmacology JSOMTC

Infusion Rate Calculations JSOMTC

Prepare a Patient for General Anesthesia JSOMTC

Intubation Review JSOMTC

Administer Parenteral General Anesthesia JSOMTC

Manage a Patient Under General Parenteral Anesthesia JSOMTC

Manage a Patient Through Recovery Following General  Anesthesia JSOMTC

Local/Regional Anesthesia JSOMTC



MOLLE (Mike) Bag, Surgical Instrument Set & Morphine Field Medical Service School


Operational Settings

Medical Aspects of the Urban Combat Environment Col. Cloonan



Non-Operative Field Wound Care  Col. Cloonan

Profiles in Combat Casualties Col. Cloonan


FMST Student Manual Multimedia CD
30 Operational Medicine Textbooks/Manuals
30 Operational Medicine Videos
"Just in Time" Initial and Refresher Training
Durable Field-Deployable Storage Case

The Operational Medicine Mark III field-deployable case is sized to easily fit in a BDU pocket.

Operational Medicine Mark III DVD
100 Operational Medicine Textbooks/Manuals
Over 100 Operational Medicine Videos
55 Continuing Education Courses
Read-only Data DVD



US Navy Special Operations Patrol Boat


Women's Health


Operational Obstetrics & Gynecology Introduction to operational medicine and women in operational settings.

Medical Support of Women in Military Settings Deployment issues and Pre-deployment planning

Sexual Assault Providing medical care to victims.

Breast Problems Common breast problems and treatments.

Breast Self-Exam Step-by-step educational presentation for all women. Includes a brief video.

Birth Control Pills Management of BCP issues in operational environments is emphasized.

Contraception Alternative methods are explored.

Abnormal Bleeding Causes and treatments of abnormal bleeding.

Vaginal Itching and Discharge Expedient solutions for operational settings are presented.

Vulvar Lesions Images of the various vulvar lesions commonly encountered in operational settings.

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) This biology of this common virus is examined and various clinical treatments are explored.

Abdominal and Pelvic Pain Providing care to women in operational settings who suffer from abdominal or pelvic pain.

Performing a Pap Smear Step-by-step description of how to obtain a Pap smear. Includes a video.

Problems with Urination The variety of urination problems women may experience.

Normal Pregnancy The normal course of pregnancy and common, minor obstetrical problems.

Abnormal Pregnancy Significant obstetrical abnormalities during pregnancy.

Normal Labor and Delivery Management of the normal laboring patient.

Abnormal Labor and Delivery Common problems that may be encountered during labor and delivery.

Care of the Newborn Immediate post-delivery care of the newborn infant.

Self-Test Questions often asked of students taking the Operational Obstetrics & Gynecology Course.

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