September, 2015

Skin Glue in Survival

  There are many ways to skin a cat, but how many ways are there to close a cat’s skin? Pretty much, the… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Amputation, Insomnia, more

  What if you were the medic in a long-term survival scenario and came upon an injury that won’t get better with the… 0

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Celox and Quikclot to Stop Bleeding

  No matter what survival scenario you envision, few come without a real risk of major trauma, and with it, bleeding. One of… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Interviews from PrepperCamp, more

  Have you ever attended a preparedness event? Ordinarily, we do a replay of an earlier podcast when we’re off to speak at… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Fractures, Eye Infections, Med Supplies

One of the scariest situations for the medic in an austere setting is the broken bone. What are the basic of fracture diagnosis… 0

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Food and Water Contamination

  In normal times, we sometimes see problems with contaminated food and water that result in recalls of various products. Therefore, it just… 0

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Choosing a Tourniquet

If you took a first aid course a few years ago, you might have learned all about the dangers of tourniquet use: How… 0

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Survival Medicine Videocast #14

  Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, have a live videocast the first and third Wednesdays of each month… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Allergies, Eye Issues, Nat. Prep. Month, and More

September is National Preparedness Month, and Joe Alton, MD, and Amy Alton, ARNP, are fully supportive of our nation’s efforts to be ready… 0

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