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The Untrained Public’s Ability to Apply the Layperson Audiovisual Assist Tourniquet vs a Combat Application Tourniquet: A Randomized Controlled Trial

<strong>The Untrained Public’s Ability to Apply the Layperson Audiovisual Assist Tourniquet vs a Combat Application Tourniquet: A Randomized Controlled Trial</strong>

Although the Stop the Bleed campaign’s impact is encouraging, gaps remain. These gaps include rapid skill decay, a lack of easy-to-use tourniquets for the untrained public, and training barriers that prevent scalability.

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