For DIYers this is a video to help you make a medical bag for your family or prepper group This bag is a true medical kit for a time when help is NOT on the way; no ER, no hospital, no ambulance The contents of this medical kit will help you continue patient care, not just stablize and transfer like EMT bag supplies Thanks, Nurse Amy
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I share a recent, personal, and sobering experience with you in this video with some distinct lessons to be learned You may worry about remote, most likely improbable events in WROL.
Baking soda is something that should be on every preppers to hoard list In this video I will discuss a “few” reasons why this multipurpose product is good for you. Make sure you do your research and find out whats best for you! Have a better idea Comment on it.
The plate I am shooting at came from http://www.ar500armor.com/ If you look carefully at the video you can see some evidence of spalling and deflection of the round The plate had a slight tilt to keep any objects from coming back at me
Putting toothpaste on a sting stops the pain A strong magnet will draw metal to the surface of a wound If a wound has glass in squeeze both sides of the wound and it will pop out Tampons work well to plug penetrating wounds
The Individual First Aid Kit (Improved First Aid Kit), or IFAK, is a piece of equipment that you should carry with you no matter where you are The IFAK alone is not enough to prepare you for the event that could cause you to use the kit First aid kit Other first aid supplies:
The Mass Casualty Incident A Mass Casualty Incident is any event in which your medical resources are inadequate for the number and severity of injuries incurred. Mass Casualty Incidents (we’ll call them “MCIs”) can be quite variable in their presentation. S
Basic Suturing Technique in 7 Steps Using a non-surgical needles. leeding stopped, though oozing is acceptable, you need to look at the wound to see the extent of it, roughly how deep it is. Wounds heal by granulation, from the bottom up Now move to one end of the wound and do the same again.
While most of you will likely never be in the position that Reeson found himself, the question is worth asking: If, god forbid, you are ever shot, what should you do to survive? Tell them “Gun Shot Wound” and exactly where the injured person is located