21 Medical Kit Must Haves for Treating Gunshot Wounds – Infographic

 

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9 Comments

  1. Exc. inf. One must have training to do some extensive
    medical care. American Red Cross offers some good courses. usually local ambulance squads do also.
    Its important to have two people in a group learn these skills in case one gets hurt etc. If things get this intense many people will die. Arlene

  2. i carry 4 CAT’s in my Blow Out Kit. You have four limbs that could require a tie off, think IED, pipe bomb, severe auto accident. For gun shot, you need a possible dressing/chest seal for the exit wound site and a large stomach dressing incase of shotgun blast.

  3. I wonder if anyone has any detailed information on treating gunshot wounds where there is no hospital, doctor, etc. I know that they had common knowledge in the “Old West”, but what information is available today to help out for the long term in a “really bad environment”?

  4. http://www.fluoro2therapeutics.com/index.php/artificial-blood

    “Unlike blood, which has a shelf-life of 4-6 weeks, VIDAPHOR® has a shelf life of several years when stored frozen, significantly reducing wastage.”

    http://www.fluoro2therapeutics.com/

    It’s legal in Russia, Mexico, and a few other countries, but still awaiting FDA approval. Whether it can be purchased, whether clandestinely or for “research purposes”, I don’t know, but it could be an invaluable option.

  5. This is a great book to get from Amazon. I am a nurse and recommend it highly. It is written by a doctor and a nurse. It has very useful information in it that is easy to understand. My husband, who is not in the medical field really likes this book and has learned a lot from it. One of the best books that you can invest in.

    The Survival Medicine Handbook: A Guide for When Help is Not on the Way
    Joseph Alton

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