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  1. Physical Training Safety and Uniform Wear C/Hammons, James

  2. Overview • Shock • Heat Related Injuries • Treatment • Diet and Hydration • Stretch • Sleep • PTU • Summary

  3. Shock • Signs and Symptoms: • Mental Confusion • Cold, wet, pale and bluish skin • Breathing shallow, labored, and rapid • Weak and rapid pulse • Thirsty and nauseous • Treatment: • Ensure nothing is obstructing airway and victim is breathing • Control obvious bleeding • If unconscious, place on side in recovery position • Keep the person calm, warm, and comfortable • Elevate lower extremities unless injured • Seek medical attention immediately • Do not give food or drink 3

  4. Heat Related Injuries • Heat Cramps • Spasms in the leg muscles or arms • Loss of salt in the body • Heat Exhaustion • Weak, Dizzy or feeling faint • Headache • Nausea • Loss of appetite • Skin is cool with lots of sweating • *This is the most common illness caused by heat • Heat Stroke • Skin is red • Dry and very hot to the touch (temperature is as high as 108*F) • No sweating • Body has lost the ability to perspire 4

  5. Treatment • Heat Cramps • Rest • Move to a cool place • Force person to drink water (with electrolytes if possible) • Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke • Treat for shock • Move to cool place • loosen/remove victim’s clothing • quickly lower body temperature • Seek medical attention 5

  6. Diet and Hydration • Balanced, nutritious meals • Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! • 2-3 liters/day without exercise • At least 3 liters/day with exercise

  7. Stretch • Warm up and cool down • Static Stretching • Dynamic Stretching • Prevents cramps and injury

  8. Sleep • You must sleep! • At least 6 hours • Sleep deprivation

  9. Physical Training Uniform (PTU) • AFI 36-2903 • No saluting • No hands in pockets • No jewelry • Grooming standards

  10. Physical Training Uniform (PTU) • Shirt: White/Light Grey Spandex • Pants: Black/Blue Spandex • White Socks • Shoes: Conservative • Accessories: Only Outdoors • Hats, gloves, scarves, earmuffs • Black or blue

  11. Summary • Overview • Diet and Hydration • Stretch • Sleep • PTU

  12. Questions? C/Hammons, James PTL (281)-408-6739 syx668@my.utsa.edu Further Questions? C/Linares, Andrew Maintenance Squadron Commander (210)-818-8864 andysebb@gmail.com