Ukraine Crisis Response

Our rapid response team is addressing the crisis in Ukraine by helping provide access to Med Tac and Stop the Bleed™ resources to Ukrainian caregivers and by helping public safety missions by experts in health and law enforcement who are deployed and deploying to Ukraine. The World Health Organization (WHO) Report below addresses the crisis and needs. To download.

Although the conflict may be resolving, there are critical public health issues that must be addressed. Our team is responding by helping link the public there and those who are going to help with the latest Stop the Bleed™ and Med Tac videos and resource documents Ukrainian language. Go to for the latest offered by the American College of Surgeons.

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Dr. Nelya Melnitchouk, MD, FACS, is featured in the video above created by the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston to further spread the word and provide a short overview of the techniques featured the Stop the Bleed training.