MARCH — When seconds count, it’s imperative that warfighters and medics are able to place the right intervention at the right time and treat according to MARCH: Massive Hemorrhage, Airway, Respiration, Circulation, Head & Hypothermia. The operational environment is different from the civilian pre-hospital environment and tactical medicine falls into three distinct phases: Care Under Fire, Tactical Field Care and Tactical Evacuation.
Unlike any other tactical medical initiative, the MARCH Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) offers frontline self and buddy-aid for critical injury and represents the best collective opportunity to meet both DoD and DHA’s dual objective of reduced combat mortality through value-added capability.
The MARCH IFAK, which is ergonomically designed and easy to use under the most adverse conditions, includes ruggedized tactical packaging and the best medical capability for hemorrhage control during Care Under Fire.
At Combat Medical our primary goal is to Simplify Tactical Medicine in order to decrease pre-hospital mortality. Combat Medical’s MARCH leads the way with standardized education and products that are supported with clinical research. Combat Medical provides best in class customer service, specific to battlefield medicine.