‘survival medicine’ Category

Car Survival in Winter

It’s predicted to be another harsh winter and, for most in the U.S., this means trouble if someone gets stuck out on the… 0

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Dang, It’s Cold! Treating and Preventing Hypothermia

This winter has already seen deadly cold snaps where people have found themselves at the mercy of the elements. Whether it’s on a… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Hypothermia, Pt. 2, Avalanches, Blizzard Survival

In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour with Joe and Amy Alton: Bees are having a hard time these days and new… 0

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Choosing Sutures

As we go around the country teaching the art of suturing pig’s feet to aspiring porcine podiatrists, we are often asked about how… 0

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Using Epinephrine in Vials

  We’re in the midst of an epidemic of allergies in the U.S., and severe allergic reactions like anaphylaxis could be life threatening…. 0

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When to Close a Wound

There are many injuries that a medic will face in a survival scenario, and a common and potentially life-threatening one occurs whenever the… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Respiratory Infections, pt. 3, Foot Care, More

The Survival Medicine Hour, November 25, 2016, with Joe Alton, MD aka Dr. Bones, and Amy Alton, ARNP aka Nurse Amy explore various… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Respiratory Infections, Part 2, Effects of Stress, More

This week on the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, MD aka as Dr. Bones and Amy Alton, ARNP aka Nurse Amy, November 19,… 0

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Storing Medications

Being prepared for disasters means storing food, but it also means putting together a stockpile of medical supplies. While bandages and instruments may… 0

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Video: Fish Antibiotic Update

In this video, Joe Alton, MD addresses the concerns of those in the preparedness community who store veterinary equivalents of human antibiotics for… 0

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