3 Things Movies Get Wrong About Tourniquets

When faced with an unknown, stressful situation, the typical first reaction is to do what you have seen other people do.  In cases where those people have reacted correctly, this can be great.  However, in situations where that person’s response was incorrect, the results could be catastrophic.

Unfortunately, how Hollywood approaches the presentation of life-saving medical interventions on screen is often wrong; but nevertheless, these flawed methods get repeated… and repeated…. and repeated until they have been shown so many times that the audience (you) remembers what they have seen and accepts it as fact.  It takes facing a life-threatening situation to finally realize what you’ve seen simply will not work, and at that point, it will be too late.  Perhaps the most common misinterpretation by Hollywood is effectively applying a tourniquet to yourself or an injured person.

What is a tourniquet?

A tourniquet is a device or object (commercially-made tourniquet, shirt, belt, triangular bandage, etc.) that is placed around the injured extremity between the wound and the heart and tightened.  As it is tightened, it generates a “cone of pressure” underneath the tourniquet material.  This cone of pressure compresses the underlying muscle, which then compresses the arteries and veins.  Once these blood vessels have been closed off, blood flow to the extremity stops.

Sounds like a simple concept, right?  Yet an amazing amount of science supports the hows and whys of proper tourniquet material selection, usage, and application.  Research and testing is done at the United State Army Institute for Surgical Research.  This is the research lab whose mission is to provide combat casualty care medical solutions and products for wounded warriors. In other words, they do the research and testing of life-saving interventions that may be used for battlefield wounds.

With that background knowledge, let’s look at some of the most common tourniquet mistakes.

3 Common Tourniquet Mistakes

Myth #1 How often have we seen the hero rip the phone cord (or electrical cord) out of the wall and tie it tightly around an arm or leg to stop the bleeding and save the day?

This improvised method of applying a tourniquet has a 100% failure rate.

The cone of pressure is specifically related to the width of the material used for the tourniquet.  A narrow piece of material (bungee cord, phone cord, etc.), when tightened, generates a very narrow and shallow cone of pressure which fails to penetrate deeply enough into the arm/leg to compress the muscles.  If the muscles are inadequately compressed, then the blood vessels will remain open and the bleeding continues.

Myth #2 Another popular method of improvising a tourniquet is to tie a shirt around the injured extremity or use a belt.  Unfortunately, while these are wider, simply pulling the belt as tightly as possible, or tying the shirt also has a 100% failure rate.  While the belt and shirt may be wider than the phone cord when generating the cone of pressure, they are ineffective because simply pulling the material or the belt tight will not generate a cone of pressure that is deep enough to compress the blood vessels.  Instead, a wide shallow cone of pressure is generated. Again, the result is failure to stop the bleeding!

Clothing material is too “stretchy” to be effective and belts are often too rigid to allow satisfactory tightening.  Either way, this has a 100% failure rate!

In reality, it takes time, knowledge, and practice to create an improvised tourniquet that works.  While this is being done, the victim continues to lose blood.  The Institute of Surgical Research has shown that under the best of conditions, an improvised tourniquet with a rigid rod (windlass) for tightening still has a 70% failure rate.  Far better to be familiar with, carry, and understand how to successfully use a commercially-made tourniquet such as the CAT (Combat Application Tourniquet).

Myth #3 Once the bleeding stops, that means the tourniquet is working.

How often have we seen a tourniquet applied, but nothing else is done to the injured extremity?

With massive arterial bleeds, it is critical to determine whether the tourniquet application has been successful.  Simply placing the tourniquet or looking at the wound to see if the bleeding has decreased is not the correct method to determine success.

The only way to tell if a tourniquet has been successfully applied is to check for the pulse.  If there is a pulse in the injured arm/leg below the tourniquet, then the tourniquet is not working, and this situation needs to be immediately corrected.

When using tourniquets, it is critical that the person applying the tourniquet knows where to check for the presence or absence of a pulse.  Otherwise, it is impossible to determine the success of tourniquet application.

Learn how to check for a pulse and how to properly apply a tourniquet in First Aid for Gunshot Wounds,  the educational course and guidebook, developed by U.S. LawShield. The course teaches the basic life-saving interventions that are necessary in any traumatic life-threatening situation (gunshot wounds, motor vehicle accidents, industrial accidents, etc.).  Learn how to treat the 3 potentially preventable causes of death—massive arterial bleeding, airway obstruction, and chest wounds.

Find a course in your area at gunlawseminar.com or sign up for the online course at 2ainstitute.com.

It is far better to have the knowledge and not need it, than to need it and not have it!

—Dr. Rick Hammesfahr, U.S. LawShield Medical Director

We Are Still The Largest and Best

Dear Members and Friends,

I can never say it enough—thank you for being a valued member of the U.S. & Texas LawShield® Family and for trusting us with your Legal Defense for Self-Defense®. We take the responsibility of protecting our more than a quarter of a million members seriously.

We’re Growing!

We have been working tirelessly to expand the availability of the peace-of-mind that you enjoy to others. And just so: we are excited to announce that U.S. & Texas LawShield is now available in 4 new states: Louisiana, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, and New Mexico with a handful of others to follow in just the next few weeks.

Expanding into new states is all part of our mission to provide the best self-defense legal protection available anywhere.  Be sure to tell your friends and family this great news and be on the lookout for where we go next!

Perks of Membership

As you know, membership in the U.S. & Texas LawShield family provides you with not only unparalleled legal protection, but also with the most comprehensive educational resources on self-defense and gun law available anywhere.

Even better—you can get your questions answered in person at a Gun Law Seminar near you, or you can pick up the phone and ask one of your local independent program attorneys any question about self-defense laws you may have.

Don’t forget to visit one of our more than 2,000 affiliate gun ranges across the country to hone your training and be sure to get a great discount by taking advantage of Member Perks.

 

As our company and member family grows, so do the great benefits and privileges of membership with U.S. & Texas LawShield.  We’re honored you’ve chosen us to protect you when you protect what matters most.

 

Sincerely,

Kirk W. Evans

President

U.S. & Texas LawShield®

Texas & U.S. Law Shield President Kirk Evans

Hurricane Irma: Georgians Will Welcome Evacuating Gun Owners

irma evacuationWith the prospect of a major storm event on the horizon for much of Florida, Georgians are welcoming thousands of friends, relatives, and those in need into their cities, towns, and homes. Floridians evacuating to Georgia will all find a warm welcome; those who lawfully own and carry firearms, in particular, will be happy to learn they have nothing to fear from Georgia law if they travel into our state with their firearms—if they are armed with the right knowledge.

Irma Evacuation

To begin, let’s make perfectly clear: Florida’s 2015 “Emergency Concealed Carry” law, enacted to allow individuals without a Florida firearms license to carry concealed while evacuating during a mandatory evacuation or state of emergency, DOES NOT APPLY IN GEORGIA. This law certainly protects Florida’s residents as they prepare to evacuate their families and belongings, but does not reach into Georgia. When in Georgia, Florida residents must follow Georgia law, and ignorance of that law is no excuse (that’s part of the law, too!).

Here’s the good news: Georgia’s possession and carry laws are friendly to the lawful gun owner. Georgia shares firearms-license reciprocity with Florida; so, if you validly possess a Florida CWFL, you may possess a firearm (including revolvers, semi-automatic pistols, rifles, shotguns, and knives with blades longer than 12 inches) in Georgia.

You may carry them openly or concealed, and in any public or private location without prior permission, save for certain locations mandated by law (courthouses, jails, mental health facilities, government buildings with law-enforcement screening, etc.). Virtually any place open to the public is safe for open or concealed carry. Signs in private establishments (bars, restaurants, hotels) prohibiting the carrying of firearms do not necessarily have the force of law, but if you are barred entry or asked to leave by the owner or person in legal control of the property, you must do so, or risk arrest for criminal trespass.

What if you don’t have a Florida CWFL, but you still possess firearms lawfully, meaning
—You are not a felon or First Offender probationer,
—Have no convictions for domestic violence-related crimes, and
—Are over the age of 18 (for handgun owners only; there is no minimum-age requirement for possession of rifles or shotguns in Georgia law).

Those who may lawfully possess a firearm, but do NOT have a CWFL or Georgia Weapons Carry License, may still carry in Georgia inside his or her “home, motor vehicle, or place of business without a valid weapons carry license.” (See O.C.G.A. §16-11-126)

This means our Florida friends and family may carry firearms into the state without a license. Those possessing a firearm in a car without a license must (a) be otherwise eligible for a license, and (b) have the permission of the owner of the vehicle.

Additionally, carry of a handgun or long gun without a license is permitted when the firearm is enclosed in a case and unloaded (“unloaded” meaning no round in the chamber for semi-auto, no round in the cylinder for revolvers), and carry of a long gun, concealed or openly, is always permissible without a license for an individual who may otherwise legally possess a firearm. But if the long gun is loaded (round in the chamber), it must be carried openly.

For those who find themselves stopping over in a hotel, hotel rooms are considered your “habitation”: previous cases in Georgia have established that, because you obtain the use of a hotel room and exclude all others from entry, it qualifies as a habitation (See Hammock v. State, 277 Ga. 612, 616 (2004)).

Evacuating from Georgia
For Georgians who may be required to evacuate, keep in mind, you are lawful to carry in your home, motor vehicle, and place of business. Your home will be wherever you find yourself in Georgia, but the rules for lawful carry still apply.

Nothing changes for those with Weapons Carry Licenses, and because lawful gun owners without a license may carry in their motor vehicles, they, too, can evacuate knowing their firearms are safe.

It’s important to realize, however, that evacuation into another state means you must follow the laws within that state. Georgia maintains firearms reciprocity with Alabama, Tennessee, and both North and South Carolina, so Georgia Weapons Carry Licenses are recognized in those states, but the laws in those states prevail.

Keep in mind also that federal law (the Firearm Owners Protection Act) protects lawful gun owners who travel state to state by allowing firearms possession through any state from your state of origin to final destination, so long as your journey begins and ends in states where your possession is legal; the firearm is unloaded and locked in the trunk or made inaccessible from the passenger compartment (no glove boxes or compartments!); and the ammunition is likewise separate from the firearm and locked in the trunk.

Wherever you may travel, make sure you research your destination, and be sure to call U.S. LawShield for assistance. —by Matt Kilgo, Independent Program Attorney for U.S. LawShield of Georgia

Hurricane Irma: Evacuating from Florida with Firearms?

Minor Children: Customize Your Coverage

If you have a family, we cannot stress enough how important it is to educate younger family members on responsible firearm use. At U.S. & Texas LawShield, you can customize your coverage to suit your family’s needs, and our Minor Children add-on coverage is a great way to ensure that your children are educated and protected. No matter how many children you have, they will all be covered under this add-on.

  • • Coverage for children 17 and under.
  • • One flat rate per month—whether you have one child or five, ensuring coverage for your entire family.
  • • Our coverage includes the use of a firearm in self-defense situations as well as general self-defense situations, such as bullying.

Protect What Matters Most

U.S. & Texas LawShield gives you and your family the peace-of-mind coverage needed to protect yourselves no matter what.

Fearing the unknown when it comes to using a firearm for self-defense is inevitable. Educate yourself and learn how to use your firearm safely.

And as for your children, you’ve taught them everything they need to know, so let us take it from here. When your children leave home, send them off prepared with their very own U.S. & Texas LawShield memberships.

Get Behind the Shield

As the nation’s leading legal defense for self defense program, our goal is to provide our Members with the best in coverage, ensuring that your family is protected in any self-defense situation.

With our Minor Children add-on coverage, you can be certain that your entire family will always be protected. Make sure your and your loved ones are covered, and contact us about our Minor Children add-on coverage. And remember to stay connected, informed, and protected. Trust U.S. & Texas LawShield.

 

Sportsman Law Seminars to Kick-off RCC Series of Events

Learn more about Sportsman Law with Texas LawShield at the Redneck Country Club

Did you know that more than 16,000 violations are recorded by Texas Game Wardens every year? Mistakes in the woods and on water happen, and while unintentional, you could still be breaking the law. Learn more about sportsman law with Texas LawShield and Hunter Shield.

Texas wildlife laws are surprisingly complicated, which is why we are partnering with our good friends at the Redneck Country Club to bring you a series of unique seminar topics, starting with a Sportsman Law Seminar on August 15.

Come join us while our guest speakers guide you through a range of subjects, such as essential law every hunter and angler needs to know, sportsman mistakes, real stories from a retired Texas Game Warden, and complex game laws that even the most avid sportsmen may not know.

With Hunter Shield, it’s always a guided hunt.

Seats are limited, so reserve your spot today by clicking the link below.

Sportsman Law Seminar

Redneck Country Club

Stafford, TX 77477

08/15/2017

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

 

Special Note: Members: Remember to check your bimonthly newsletter for all of your Texas LawShield news as well as more RCC event dates and special topics.

 

 

Thanks for Coming to the Ted Nugent Concert!

Back To School: College Campus Safety And The Law in Colorado

This fall, many parents will be sending their sons and daughters off to college, and parents will want ensure their children are prepared, not just for campus life, but also for things that may happen. To get them ready, local law-enforcement officers will be offering specialized seminars on how to develop Situational Awareness, so students can be truly aware of their surroundings. Then, U.S. Law Shield of Colorado lawyers explain the confusing laws and recent court decisions regarding campus carry and when the use of force and deadly force may be legally justified. Arm yourself and your loved ones with knowledge. Click Gun Law Seminar to get more information; look for the description, “Back to School Campus Safety and The Law,” and register today.

 

President’s Message: You Now Have Extended Coverage—At No Additional Charge!

Hi, Kirk Evans here, President of Texas and U.S. Law Shield.

The uncomfortable truth is that negligent or accidental discharges can and do happen. Over the years, our experience has shown that even the most well-trained, well-intentioned, and safety-conscious gun owners could fall victim to that momentarily lapse in attention, distraction, or even a freak accident. As we all know, when a gun is involved, even if no one is hurt, the police are likely to be called placing you under the microscope of the legal system. You need legal protection regardless of how or why your gun discharged.

Today, I am proud to announce that the biggest and best firearms legal defense program in the country just got better. At no additional cost to you, your membership now protects you in the event of an accidental or unintended discharge. This exclusive, extended coverage is now a part of your core membership.

Thank you for your continued support of our program and your efforts to help grow the family. The larger we grow, the more we are able to give back in the form of added coverage. Be sure to tell every gun owner you know about the peace of mind you enjoy as a member of Texas and U.S. Law Shield.

Texas and U.S. Law Shield E-Letter Archives Homepage


We at Texas and U.S. Law Shield recognize the importance of information, especially as it relates to responsible gun ownership. As an ongoing service, we periodically send out newsletters with updates on gun laws and other topics of interest to our members, so our members stay up to date about important changes that may affect them and their right to own guns.

Below are our e-letter archives for the past few years. For additional information about our program in Texas, please visit Texas Law Shield. For information about memberships in other states, please visit U.S. Law Shield.

 

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