MOS 68N, Cardiovascular Specialist NCOER Bullets

o supported monitoring, scrubbing, and circulating procedures; key factor in the success of the first ever balloon-expandable Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement in the DoD

o coordinated with cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, and anesthesia departments; ensured efficient implementation of new valve replacement procedure

o completed 16 valve implantations; preparation produced mortality and complication rates significantly lower than published standards

o focused on continuous process improvement; arranged a Blanket Purchase Agreement which ensured sustainable and timely replenishment of medical devices for continued patient care

o served as a Basic Life Support instructor; trained and certified medical and non-medical personnel on lifesaving CPR, chest compression, and First Aid

o served as a vital member of the Air Force's first Forward Surgical Team

o assisted with the care of 300 trauma and 200 outpatient local nationals and coalition forces; amplified local medical assets

o provided top care during 13 mass casualities, 80 hours of medical-surgical care, and intensive care unit recovery of critical trauma patients

o assisted with the medevac of 130 patients to role III care; attention to detail allowed for continuity of care

o facilitated the screening of 123 military members for blood donation; ensured the success of eight blood drives, two of which occured during indirect fire

o supported 8 blood drives; dedication to duty increased the emergency supply of blood and optimized patient care

o performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation on a pulseless child who suffered a severe head injury; stabilized patient and transported to role III care


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