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Knife crime: emergency care nurses lead groundbreaking project to improve survival rates in Liverpool

KnifeSavers team of emergency nurses and doctors have designed specialist bleeding control kits and offer free training in bid to save lives
Image show emergency care Knifesavers staff in Liverpool University hospital

KnifeSavers team of emergency nurses and doctors have designed specialist bleeding control kits and offer free training in bid to save lives

Emergency teams in Liverpool are taking a groundbreaking project to bars, clubs, schools and taxi drivers in a life-saving initiative to improve people’s survival rates from knife violence.

The KnifeSavers team of nurses and doctors have designed specialist bleeding control kits, which are being placed around the region, along with free training sessions by staff from a local emergency department showing workers how to use it.

‘If even one life is saved thanks to the KnifeSavers project then

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