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Mass Casualty Triage Basics

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Given the horrific events surrounding the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, UK, we have come to realize that we may never be safe in today’s world. The bombing is new evidence, however, that no target is off limits to the terrorists in our midst. We can expect more episodes of terror in the western world in the future, and many will involve mass casualties. The Mass Casualty Incident The responsibilities of a caregiver is usually one-to-one; that is, the healthcare

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Survival Medicine Hour: Eye Issues, Fractures, TENS units

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THE SURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR: EYE ISSUES, FRACTURES, TENS UNITS In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, MD and Amy Alton, ARNP, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss how to deal with various eye issues that can confront a medic in an off-grid survival setting, like Pink Eye, foreign objects, styes, and more. Plus, our hosts impart some basics on how to deal with broken bones. Dr. Bones also answers a question from Jack Spirko’s Survival Podcast

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Video: Azithromycin as Survival Antibiotic

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AZITHROMYCIN AS SURVIVAL ANTIBIOTIC One of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics is Azithromycin, known in the U.S. as Z-Pak, is now in a new veterinary version known as Bird-Zithro. In survival situations where you’re off grid and there no modern medical care for the foreseeable future, the medic for the family must stockpile medical supplies, and this includes antibiotics. See how Azithromycin in the form of “Bird-Zithro” might fit into you survival plans to treat your, well, sick birds. Uses,

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