‘Wound Closure’ Category

Survival Medicine Hour: Wound Closure in Survival Settings, More

SURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR #382 Injuries occur in disaster and other off-grid settings, and some of those break the skin or even go into… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Wound Care Off The Grid, Medical Backpacks, More

SURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR #380 The right equipment is important for anyone to do a job efficiently. You wouldn’t expect a steak knife to… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Wound Debridement, Shock Treatment, More

  THE SURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR #345 In this episode of The Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse… 0

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Dakin’s Solution for Wound Care

Dakin’s Solution One of the challenges facing the caregiver in austere settings is how to prevent infection in open wounds. After a disaster,… 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: Blood Clotters, Wound Closure, More

In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discuss improvised tourniquets and some… 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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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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Video: Glue as a Wound Closure Method, Part 2

In part 2 of his series on skin adhesives, Joe Alton, MD, aka Dr. Bones, compares skin glues to traditional sutures/staples as a… 0

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Video: Glue as a Wound Closure Method, Part 1

There are lots of ways to skin a cat, but how many ways can you close a cat’s skin? Well, just about as… 0

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