Guatemalan army soldiers practice inserting peripheral cannula [Image 59 of 77]
U.S. Army Pfc. Jesus Ortiz, a combat medic from the 335th MC Company U.S. Army Reserve in Puerto Rico, practices with a group of Guatemalan army soldiers on the proper procedure to insert peripheral cannula, the most common intravenous access method in both hospitals and pre-hospital services, during a tactical combat life saver subject matter expert exchange July 30. U.S. Army South deployed a small team of experts to Guatemala to participate in a tactical combat life saver subject matter expert exchange (SMEE). This subject matter expert exchange involved personnel from Guatemala and U.S. Army South working together to share combat medical tactics, techniques and information to enhance and sustain their military medical program and capability. (U.S. Army photo by Miguel A. Negron)(Released)
This work, Guatemalan army soldiers practice inserting peripheral cannula [Image 1 of 77], by Miguel Negron, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.
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