I am only looking for no more than the initial 5-10 minutes of treatment. I will post the initial scenario and then respond to specific posts with an updated patient status and let you know if they are responding well to your treatment or not. Please realize that this is just an exercise and sometimes no matter what you do your patient may still die but most of the scenarios I present will be things that you could realistically see during a PAW, especially if you are working as your group's "medic."
Scenario #1 - GSW
Assume you are in whatever group you would be in during a PAW that involves economic collapse of your country's government, for whatever reason you were unable to bug out and your group has elected to bug in and shelter inplace for the time being. It has been over a month since said Gov't collapse and things are very bad in your neighborhood. You are functioning as your group's "medic." You are trained to your current level of training and have access only to the medical items you would normally have access to.
You and your group have had trouble with some local gang members who have been raiding homes(both abandoned and occupied) in your area for supplies. To help combat this, your group has selected members to patrol your area to keep an eye out for said bandits. While out on one of these patrols, a few members of your group get into a short exchange of small arms gunfire with the group of bandits. During this exchange of fire a member of your group gets shot and the bandits flee. You and your group are notified about this via a set of motorola 2-way radios that your group has been using to communicate with the patrols. Since you are the group's medic you are sent out with a few more members of your group to render aid to said wounded group member. Upon your arrival you find your patient laying supine in the front yard of a house in your neighborhood. Two members of your patrol team are holding security and another member of the team is frantically trying to stop the bleeding with his bare hands.
Your patient presents supine with a gun shot wound to their right upper chest about 2 inches under their clavicle. Pink frothy bubbles come out of the wound every time the patient inhales. They are semi-conscious(responds to painful stimuli only), they are having obvious difficulty breathing that is rapid and shallow, and you note that they have pale skin which is cool to the touch and they are diaphoretic. Your treatment begins now.