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'Stop the Bleed' Instruction in Martins Ferry

August 19, 2019

Martins Ferry School staff learned "Stop the Bleed" at their in-service day on Aug. 19, the day before students returned to school. More than 100 staff members were taught how to control bleeding, use a tourniquet and package a wound. Starting her 51st year at as a third grade teacher, Lucinda Zeiher, left, demonstrates using a tourniquet on Natalie Zambori, who is in her 14th year as the high school art teacher. Instructing the session is Dr. James Comerci, director of Wheeling Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency Program. Other instructors from Wheeling Hospital’s Safety Department and Ohio County EMA assisted in the class.

Martins Ferry School staff learned "Stop the Bleed" at their in-service day on Aug. 19, the day before students returned to school. More than 100 staff members were taught how to control bleeding, use a tourniquet and package a wound. Starting her 51st year at as a third grade teacher, Lucinda Zeiher, left, demonstrates using a tourniquet on Natalie Zambori, who is in her 14th year as the high school art teacher. Instructing the session is Dr. James Comerci, director of Wheeling Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency Program. Other instructors from Wheeling Hospital’s Safety Department and Ohio County EMA assisted in the class.