Tactical Combat Casualty Care

As a result of cooperation between the Reformation NGO, AUMF, and the All-Ukrainian Council of Resuscitation and Emergency Care, a website tccc.org.ua (Tactical Combat Casualty Care), was developed dedicated to tactical medicine.


Recommendations TCCC Guidelines 2024

All Service Members Course

Combat LifeSaver Course

Combat Medic

Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Clinical Practice Guidelines

Prolonged Casualty Care

Combat Casualty Care

Account forms and documents

Medical equipment

Whole Blood Field Transfusion

What is TCCC?

TCCC is an acronym for "Tactical Combat Casualty Care" ,which translates to "Tactical Medical Care during Combat Operations." It is a system of standards and procedures for medical care designed to maximize effectiveness in combat and critical situations.

The basic principles of TCCC include early diagnosis and rapid medical care for the wounded in combat, including the use of effective methods of stopping bleeding, providing respiratory support and transporting the wounded to medical facilities.

These standards are designed for military medics, combat rescuers and other professionals who may find themselves in situations of active hostilities, and help ensure an appropriate level of medical care under conditions of stress and danger.

Project development tccc.org.ua

Together we do great and useful things! As of today, the tccc.org.ua project has already become an integral part of the lives of tens of thousands of military personnel who use TCCC translations every day to improve their combat readiness and safety at the front line.

But we need your help to continue the important work of developing the project! We are looking for volunteers who are willing to help with translations. Your support will help us to provide more quality translations for the military!

In addition, we are open to financial assistance. Your donations will help us ensure financial stability and increase the scope of our efforts.

Join our team! Together we can do more!

If you are a volunteer, please contact us using this contact form.

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