Basic Disaster Life Support (BDLS)
Basic Disaster Life Support (BDLS) is a specialized skill that provides critical knowledge and practical skills to healthcare and public health professionals, emergency responders, and other personnel involved in disaster and mass casualty incidents. It is designed to enhance the ability of individuals and organizations to respond effectively and efficiently in the event of a disaster, and to mitigate the health and medical consequences of such events. The training covers topics such as disaster triage, mass casualty management, and patient care in austere or unconventional settings, among others.
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