‘gunshot wounds’ Category

6 Ways To Curb Active Shooters

6 Ways to Curb Active Shooters Attacks The recent shootings in diverse settings greet Americans with tragic news on a regular basis. Gunmen… 0

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Why Do Active Shooters Succeed?

Why Do Active Shooters “Succeed”? You might associate armed attacks with wars or survival scenarios, but they can occur in normal times as… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Church Safety, Rehydration Salts, Pregnancy Issues Off Grid

  Joe and Amy Alton are concerned about natural disasters, but man-made mass casualties can be caused by active shooters, such as the… 0

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Can Churches Be Made Safe Again?

Can Churches Be Made Safe Again?   (Update: Since the writing of this article, there was a horrific attack on the First Baptist… 0

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Video: How To Apply A SOFT-T Tourniquet

The Special Operations Forces Tactical Tourniquet (SOFT-T) is one of the most popular tourniquets made, with many selecting it as their item of… 0

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Video: 10 Critical Principles of Tourniquet Use

Video: 10 Critical Principles of Tourniquet Use In this video, Nurse Amy steps in front of the camera to discuss important principles with… 0

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Video: Making Dakin’s Solution, Part 2

Video: Making Dakin’s Solution, Pt. 2 In this video (part 2 of 2), Amy Alton ARNP, aka Nurse Amy, demonstrates how to make… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Nailbed Injuries, Wound Closure, Mass Casualties

American Survival Hour #340 In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton discuss small injuries like those to the… 0

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To Close or Not to Close a Wound

To Close or Not to Close a Wound? When a laceration occurs, our body’s natural armor is breached and bacteria, even species that… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: John Steinbaugh of Xstat, Wound Packing, Obesity

In this episode of The Survival Medicine Hour with Joe Alton, MD and Amy Alton, ARNP, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, we… 0

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