Two-Wheel Trauma

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TWO WHEEL TRAUMA
An EMS Continuing Education Program
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Upper Iowa University, Student Center, Ballroom C, Fayette, IA
For Additional Information contact Abate District 23, Megan Eimers at Megan.joi611@gmail.com / 319-231-0007
About the program
Over 52% of motorcycle crashes will result in serious injury or fatality. EMS providers must be prepared to assess
the crash scene, prevent rescuer injury and assess and treat the injured rider. Are you prepared to manage
motorcycle trauma? Is your service ready to respond to motorcycle crashes? The Two Wheel Trauma Program will
provide you with the tools you need to manage motorcycle trauma and make a difference in the care and
transportation of the injured rider.
Program Goal
Our goal is simple. To enhance the survival rate for the injured rider(s) of bicycles, motorcycles, ATV’s, mopeds,
snowmobiles and other vehicles of similar design and to reduce the potential for rescuer injury.
Objectives
At the conclusion of the program the participant shall:
1. Identify motorcycle parts; including the associated hazards and injury potential.
2. Explain two principles for crowd management.
3. Identify treatment modalities for environmental hazards including hypothermia and burn injuries.
4. Identify and manage traumatic, life-threatening injuries.
5. List the steps for assessment and treatment of all types of injuries.
6. List the steps to immobilize the entire body from the standing and supine positions.
7. List when and how to remove a helmet.
Who should attend? All levels of EMS providers, RN’s, firefighters, Law Enforcement, and Emergency
Department personnel.
Program Information:
 Registration opens at 8:00 am
 Class will start promptly at 8:30 am
 Class concludes at 4:00 pm
 Refreshments and lunch shall be provided by
program sponsors.
Continuing Education:
EMS: 6.0 Formal CEH’s through Mary Greely
Medical Center, Ames, IA
Program Tuition: $25.00
Two Wheel Trauma - Order of the program:
 Program Introduction – A. Bailey
 Share the Road – Wayne Wierson
 Mechanism of Injury, People Management and Hazards of the Scene – Dick “Slider” Gilmore
 Bike Lab – Program Faculty
 Environmental, Extremity and Soft Tissue Injuries – Anita Bailey
 Assessment and Management of the Critically Injured Rider – Frank Prowant
 Two Wheel Trauma Skills Training and Maintenance – Frank Prowant



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