July 13, 2015

Suspension Trauma: SOSPESI project

C.A.M.P. is an international company based in Italy. Its origins come from mountaineering products which led to the inclusion of working from heights safety harnesses. Over […]
July 10, 2015

Redefining the diagnosis of and suspension trauma treatment.

“Redefining the diagnosis and treatment of suspension trauma”. An article written by Joseph J. Kolb, MA & Ellen L. Smith, MD, FACEP and published in the […]
July 10, 2015

Debrief of a trial rescue by Greater Sydney Area Helicopter Emergency Medical Service – The Suspense is killing me

Reflow syndrome / Suspension trauma discussed in a debrief of a fall arrest simulation by Greater Sydney Area Helicopter Emergency Medical Service. Click here to be […]
July 10, 2015

“Suspension Trauma: Every minute counts”. Safety & Health – The official magazine of the National Safety Congress & Expo, December 20, 2013

A brief description of suspension trauma and the need for urgent rescue. This article was published in “Safety & Health- The official magazine of the National […]
July 9, 2015

First aid measures suspension trauma – Evidence-based review

“Evidence-based review of the current guidance on first aid measures suspension trauma”. This is an article prepared by the Health and Safety Laboratory and the University […]
July 8, 2015

Will your fall arrest systems save you then kill you?

Chris Burrow points out how your fall arrest system initially saves you and then potentially becomes a death trap. Click here to be directed to website […]
July 8, 2015

Harness hang syndrome: Fact and Fiction

A fascinating summary by Joe Ivy (a Texan Caver) of research since 1978 into the incidence and clinical research results of harness hang syndrome. Joe relates […]
July 8, 2015

Clinical Update: Suspension Trauma – Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, June 2011

A review on the clinical information available on suspension trauma during 2011. This article was published in the Wilderness & Environmental Medicine Journal Une 2011, Volume […]