Advanced Medications - Advanced Clinical Skills - 24/7 On-call Doctor
TACTICAL MEDICAL TEAM
KelpX Tactical Medical Team (TMT) can provide an exceptionally high level of care in some of the most arduous and dangerous conditions within Australia and or overseas.
Our TMT members have fortified both their medical skills and tactical operations skills to be able to effectively tactically integrate into various organisations. Our TMT members come from both sound critical care medical backgrounds backed up with strong military/police backgrounds.
This service is ideal for;
-Correctional Tactical Teams
STANDBY RESCUE TASK FORCE (RTF)
KelpX has created Victoria’s and debatably Australia’s first private Rescue Task Force (RTF). Our Standby RTF team is designed for major public gatherings/venues where there is a risk of an intentional mass violence incident. Our teams provide invaluable medical care during the first dire minutes/hours until police can secure the scene, and state ambulance services can provide further medical care.
Remaining in the hot and warm zones (active threat areas), our RTF doesn’t run from the danger, rather we mitigate it by wearing stab/spike body armour and having a assigned force protection element such as a armed private security detail or general duties police at major public events.
The purpose of the RTF is to move through the active scene rapidly, and provide life saving interventions until casualties can be evacuated to a more secure area.
Currently our force protection element partnership is with On Point Security and Investigations.
LEVEL OF COVERAGE
Haemorrhaging- Tourniquets, Junctional Tourniquets, Abdominal Tourniquets, Haemostatic dressings
Airway- NPA, OPA, I-Gel, Laryngeal Mask
Respiration- Vented Chest Seals, Needle decompression/ Needle thoracentesis
Circulation- Intravenous cannulation, Fluid resuscitation, 12 Lead cardiac monitoring
Drugs- Schedule 2+3 Medications
Level 1 coverage plus;
Haemorrhaging- Tourniquets conversion/downgrade
Airway- Rapid Sequence Intubation, Surgical airway (Cricothyroidotomy)
Respiration- Finger thoracotomy, basic/advanced mechanical ventilation
Circulation- Intraosseous access (bone access/gun)
Drugs- Schedule 4-8 medications in consultation with on-call doctor
Other- Point of care labs/bloods, urinary catheter, nasogastric tubes