Worst Case Scenario First-Aid - Disaster and Wilderness Medical Survival Guide
Worst Case Scenario First-Aid
Contingency Medicine and Emergency Medical Treatment
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The purpose of this guide is to provide a foundation in first-aid, be a quick reference for treating traumatic injuries/illnesses, and outline the survival uses of medication; during a Worst Case Scenario where doctors, ambulances, and traditional medical services are NOT available.
Prepping and prevention tactics will provide a means to deter unexpected life threatening events, a step-by-step template will provide tips for immediate aid to common medical care needed in remote areas, alternative and contingency medicines will be explained and advice will be provided for obtaining or scavenging supplies in a post-disaster incident.
The included first-aid and medical cabinet checklist will ensure you are stocked with essentials. The emphasis of this guide is on Worst Case Scenario events in which standard Emergency Medical Services do not exist due to remote locations, breakdown of government resources, civil unrest, natural disasters, terrorist attacks, etc.
We’ve adapted the practices used in wilderness search and rescue operations and applied them to meet the needs of a prepping survivalist’s worst nightmare.
Bottom Line Up Up Front (BLUF):
Prepare and Prevent injuries/illnesses (I/Is) by taking precautions, training, learning CPR and First-Aid, and stocking up on medical equipment and supplies.
Use guide to assess and diagnose I/Is then follow the simplified treatment plan for an array of common medical emergencies.
Reference guide to learn the usage and dosing instructions for common prescription and over-the-counter medication as well as contingency uses.
When basic meds are not available, use guide to determine what alternative medicines and holistic remedies exist.
Following the included checklist to build an at home medical chest, a vehicle med kit, and a personal med kit (IFAK).
Learn how to obtain emergency meds during a crisis, how to properly store meds for long term use and what meds can be used after expiration date.