Here are a couple of cool First Aid video’s from Sootch00 and Skinny Medic.
Being able to respond to a variety of first aid situations properly is very important after a TSHTF situation. These video’s are very well done and are very informational.
Here is the first one on Treating Fractures in the Feild:
Here is one for Basic First Aid Kit for Survival:
How to Treat Gunshot and Knife Wounds:
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By Dave from PreppingPlans.com
We’ve all put on a band-aid sometime or other; but that’s not really wound treatment. In a survival situation, you’re probably going to be faced with much more serious wounds than that, requiring much more thorough wound treatment. Whether due to gunshot wounds or working with tools that most of us aren’t accustomed to using, the likelihood of serious wounds is much higher.
The other problem is that medical services will
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The following post comes courtesy of DoomandBloom.net. It can be sen in its original format HERE. – Rourke
As a physician, I have on occasion dealt with infected wounds, sometimes from injury and also after surgical procedures. In a survival setting, most wounds will be contaminated with debris, dirt, and bacteria. Therefore, anyone who will be medically responsible after a disaster occurs may expect to deal with wound infections. The ability to
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Several years ago I worked for a metal plating business and worked around soldering irons. It was a frequent occurrence that workers – including myself – would get burns on our fingers and hands. As you may know getting burnt on the pad of your fingers is extremely painful and the pain can last for quite a while.
The standard treatment for these burns was an immediate cold water flush and then
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Many people who are well prepared in other ways overlook the importance of being able to handle a medical emergency when venturing off the beaten path. Remote areas, especially mountainous ones, can present a challenge. Both weather and distance may make it impossible to leave the area for help. An injury to a limb or an illness could be dangerous and put a person’s first aid skills to the test. Here are five tips
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By Rose Cceberio, RN, BSN
Today, if one is out and about camping, hiking, or on a dry run or for real “Bug Out” route, one can encounter a few things alone the wilderness path that can cause bodily harm. Unless you thought of everything and you’re hiking with a 100 lb backpack, even then, anything can happen and you may be fresh out of supplies other than Old Mother Nature
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In the modern world there are no shortage of threats to our personal freedoms and the society we live in. Terrorist attacks, the threat of nuclear war, global warming, or even far out apocalyptic scenarios that have found their way into the global consciousness. As such, preparation is something we all must consider in case the worst were to happen, and how we would protect our loved ones. Medical care is certainly a
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The Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Handbook: Keep your loved ones healthy in every disaster, from wildfires to a complete societal collapse
Now that cold and flu season is upon us, people are wondering how they can keep themselves healthy, or get rid of their annoying illness, in a more natural way. Many people avoid cold and flu medicines due to their sleep inducing effects. If you are looking for ways to treat yourself in a more natural way, it’s important that you understand what will help you and what is just hype.
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People laugh at the word and likely when you read the title you thought to yourself……”What? Is Rourke being serious? Is he really writing about ‘hemorrhoids’ of all things after the SHTF? Is this really on a preparedness website?“
Yes, it is.
Nearly 1 in 5 of us will discover the uncomfortable reality that we have hemorrhoids. In a post-SHTF situation dealing with hemorrhoids won’t be pleasant and some
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This Knowledge Could Help You Save Someone Having A Heart Attack
A heart attack (proper name: myocardial infarction) is when the blood supply and therefore the oxygen in the blood is blocked off to one or more parts of the heart. They can occur due to poor heart health, old age, family inherited conditions, extreme stress and many other factors. They appear with symptoms such as tight squeezing
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In Part 1 I discussed the availability of Vet Antibiotics on Amazon.com and also presented a recommended “shopping list”. In this segment a source for “meant for human consumption” antibiotics is considered.
I have been unable to find what I would be considered absolute factual information that leads me to believe that antibiotics meant for animal/fish use are EXACTLY the same as those prescribed for humans. With that said – I personally
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On December 1st Dr. Bones of The Doom and Bloom Hour with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy had a Guest Post published here on ModernSurvivalOnline. In it he discussed the need for antibiotics as a preparedness supply and made some recommendations. If you have not read the article – please do so.
Here was his recommended antibiotic supply list:
FISH-MOX (Amoxicillin 250mg) FISH_MOX FORTE (Amoxicillin 500mg) FISH-CILLIN (Ampicillin 250mg) FISH-FLEX (Keflex 250mg) FISH-FLEX FORTE
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by Endeavoring Mama
We all know that life outside of what we’re comfortable with is awkward when not prepared for. That being said, I believe everything that happens in our lives, respectively, for a reason. Call it somewhat of a ‘whatever doesn’t kill us’ mantra but I truly believe it! A few years ago, my husband and I fell out of life as we knew it. We both lost our very wonderful
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by Dr. Bones of The Doom and Bloom Hour with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy
Accumulating medications for a possible collapse may be simple when it comes to getting Ibuprofen and other non-prescription drugs. It will be a major issue, however, for those who need to stockpile prescription medicines but don’t have a relationship with a physician who can or will accommodate their requests. Antibiotics are one example of
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ThePatriotNurse gives some good info. If you have antibiotics stored as part of your preparedness supplies – a must watch.
I recently was reading some posts over at GhostPrepper.Blogspot.com and read this post about the importance of protecting your feet. Check out the original article if you get a chance.
Ever try to walk with blisters or cuts on your feet? It can make life miserable. In a survival/preparedness situation – the ability to walk, run and maneuver will be extremely important. Boots and shoes are something I rarely see in survival blogs. Maybe it
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With the recent slew of storms the nation’s been seeing, I thought it prudent to be prepared not only for the storms themselves but for the aftermath. Downed power lines are thus far only things I’ve seen on the silver screen, but it never hurts to be prepared for real life situations.
If you encounter a downed power line:
Assume every downed power line is live and keep your distance. Power lines don’t have to
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by Bill Drake
Doctors wear white coats for the same reason that judges wear black robes, cops wear badges and uniforms, the Pope wears funny hats, kings and queens wear crowns, corporate zombies wear suits, and soldiers wear ribbons and medals – they all want you to see that they have authority, and you don’t. This means, among other things, that you are supposed to do what they say,
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It is my honor to provide here a written interview with YouTube’s – ThePatriotNurse. I have been watching her videos for a couple of months now – and she is providing some excellent and very much needed preparedness information.
On the with interview:
ThePatriotNurse providing excellent advice.
Can you tell us a little about yourself and how did you became interested in survival/preparedness? I have been a nurse
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