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NAVMEDNaval Forces, Mediterranean (US Navy)
NAVMEDBureau of Medicine & Surgery
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Armed Services Blood Program: Joint Blood Program handbook (TM 8-227-12, NAVMED P-6530, AFH 44-152_IP).
The new component of NSIPS provides a Web-based system that is the single point of entry for information pertaining to HPIP-related pay and personnel data by support staff at the NAVMED MPT&E in Bethesda, Md.
NAVMED P-6410 can be viewed at: Pub/6410.pdf
REF: NSTM 533 PARA 533- and NAVMED P-5010 PARA 6-42.
REF: NSTM 533 PARA 533-, NAVMED P-5010 PARA 6-42
The fleet's request to use stimulants and sedative medications during sustained flight operations led to development of NavMed P-6410 (01 Jan 2000), Performance Maintenance During Continuous Flight Operations, A Guide for Flight Surgeons.
REF: NSTM 533 PARA 533- NAVMED P-5010 PARA 6-42.
Ref: NSTM 533 para and NAVMED P-5010 para 6-42.
Hazardous Noise Warning Label Form NAVMED 6260/2 (8"x10") NSN 0105-LF-004-7200 U/I PG (25s), or NAVMED 6260/2A (2"x2") NSN 0105-LF-004-7800 U/I PG (1400s), and Eye Hazard Caution Sign NSN 9905-01-100-8203 are required.
The potable water fill connection is required to be conspicuously marked with a warning plate stating "POTABLE WATER ONLY" in one-inch red letters IAW NSTM 533 para 533-2.1.2 and NAVMED P5010 para 619.2.
Also, during sanitation inspections, MDRs are improving their skills in reporting hazards as well as those requirements outlined in NAVMED P5010, Chapter 1.
Article 3-2.6 of NAVMED P-5010 Manual of Preventive Medicine, has this to say: