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

  • SURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR #380

    dealing with open wounds

    dealing with open wounds

    The right equipment is important for anyone to do a job efficiently. You wouldn’t expect a steak knife to cut a tree down better than a saw, or see a hunter have the same success with a catapult as opposed to a rifle. The same goes for the containers you put supplies in, especially one you have to carry with you while bugging out or away from your retreat. The right medical backpack allows you to work effectively as a medic, while giving you the ability to have plenty of materials and minimizing back problems. Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discuss what goes into choosing a good medical backpack.

    A loaded first aid kit with medical supplies for trauma,burns, sprains and strains and other medical issues

    Picking the right medic bag

    Plus, some basics of wound cleaning off the grid. In normal times, you can pass off a person with a wound to a hospital, but after a disaster, it’s your responsibility to see the wound to full recovery. That means diligent and strict attention to wound cleaning. We talk about some strategies for wound care off the grid that will decrease the risk of wound infections and increase the chances for survival.

    All this and more on the Survival Medicine Hour with Joe and Amy Alton!

    To listen in, click below:

    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/survivalmedicine/2018/03/16/survival-medicine-hour-would-cleaning-medical-backpacks-more

    Wishing you the best of health in good times or bad,

    Joe and Amy Alton

    Dr Bones/Nurse Amy

    Dr Bones/Nurse Amy

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    2017 Book Excellence Award Winner in Medicine

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