Annales françaises de médecine d'urgence

, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp 3–8 | Cite as

Retour d’expérience des attentats du 13 novembre 2015. Gestion de l’attaque terroriste du Bataclan par les médecins d’intervention de la Police Nationale

  • Service médical du RAID (Recherche, Assistance, Intervention, Dissuasion), force d’intervention de la police nationale, Bièvres, France
Article Spécial / Special Article

Résumé

Le groupe médical d’intervention du RAID (Recherche, Assistance, Intervention, Dissuasion) a assuré le soutien médical de l’opération des forces d’intervention de la Police Nationale qui ont neutralisé les auteurs de l’attaque terroriste avec de nombreuses victimes au Bataclan à Paris, le 13 novembre 2015. Ce document présente les grandes lignes de l’organisation des secours en zone d’exclusion police, les choix tactiques et médicaux retenus, afin de ne compromettre ni la réussite de la mission des forces de l’ordre, ni la sécurité des personnels, tout en permettant d’extraire l’intégralité des blessés hors de la zone de danger, avec l’objectif de minimiser le délai entre « damage control » préhospitalier et chirurgie d’hémostase. Au terme de l’exposé des faits, il présente les conclusions du retour d’expérience.

Mots clés

Médecine de l’avant Afflux de blessés Antiterrorisme Damage control 

Feedback on terrorist attacks on November 13, 2015. Bataclan’s terrorist attack management by the tactical medical support of the French police

Abstract

The RAID (Research, Assistance, Intervention, Dissuasion) tactical emergency medical physicians supported the operation of the French national police counter terrorism teams who neutralized the authors of “mass casualties” terrorist attack in a concert hall on November the 13th, 2015, in Paris, France. Emergency physicians and anesthetics can find in this document the main principles for tactical and prehospital care organization in the police exclusion zone, in order not to compromise the success of the mission of the police units or personal safety, while allowing to extract all the injured out of the combat zone, with the objective of minimizing the time between “damage control resuscitation” and haemostatic surgery. In a second part, we report the experience of November 2015 hostage crisis and “mass casualties” attack in Paris.

Keywords

Emergency care Mass casualties Counter terrorism Damage control 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Service médical du RAID (Recherche, Assistance, Intervention, Dissuasion), force d’intervention de la police nationale, Bièvres, France
    • 1
  1. 1.Domaine du Bel AirBièvresFrance

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