JTTSJoint Theater Trauma System (Air Force Theater Hospital, Joint Base Balad, Iraq)
JTTSJobber to the Stars (Professional wrestling term)
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As for JTTS, which has been fully operational, in addition to the Bakauheni-Terbanggi Besar section, the Palembang-Indralaya section is 22 kilometers long and the Medan-Binjai section of Binjai-Semayang section and Semayang-Helvetia section are 11 km long.
Having successfully refined its operations in Afghanistan, and having long recognized the gap in prehospital care and documentation, in 2013 the JTS developed and deployed a prehospital directorate for the JTTS in Afghanistan.
The more comprehensive TCCC AAR was also completed by the first responder and submitted or transmitted to the JTTS within 72 hours of injury.
TMDS represents all data captured in theater, whereas JTTR is specifically designed to serve the interest of the JTTS. Both systems capture all theater data and provide a Web-based viewing application where clinicians and administrators can see data from across disparate sources in a consolidated manner.
Again, the patient was discussed on the JTTS weekly conference call, and the primary surgical team spoke to the family to complete the loop of communication.
Colonel Steve Bond is the TRADOC System Manager (TSM) for the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (Joint STARS), Common Ground Station (CGS), Joint Tactical Terminal (JTT), and the Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A).
The selections of these metrics were based on the clinical recommendations of the JTTS.
Among those improvements are further definition of the qualifications of en route care nurses, dedication of nursing personnel to this specific mission, and integration of the medical brigade, JTTS, and the Joint Combat Casualty Research Team (JC2RT) efforts in tracking data for the purpose of performance improvement.
The JTTS clinical practice guidelines on the intratheater air transport of patients from a level II facility to a level II or III facility, and from a level III facility to a level III facility provided guidelines for en route care activities during such transport.
(9) The first JTTS team, consisting of a trauma medical director (trauma surgeon) and 6 trauma nurse coordinators, deployed in 2004.
Based upon the positive accomplishments of the deployed JTTS trauma coordinators in theater, the Army Nurse Corps resolved to assign a colonel to the JTTS leadership in the Joint Trauma System structure in San Antonio to ensure the capture of lessons learned.