Survival depends on staying healthy under dire circumstances, so be prepared with a first aid kit for your BoB.
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Author: johnny mars
Snake kits are useless and using them wastes time getting to definitive care. You may want to add some burn gel, burn pads, hydrocortisone cream, and tweezers. I like that you didn’t go overboard with supplies. Thanks for the video.
1:20 maybe trauma shears or leatherman raptor at the top of line shears. Like most kits extra tape, super glue and cordage can help. Tip from C.R. mustard can also be used on burns(mustard packs) and has some other uses.
tooth paste can also be used for bug bites such as mosquitoes as it dries ” the bump out” and H.sanitizer can be put on top to give a cooling effect.
Thanks. I’ve added an ACE wrap.
Excellent start! I would pack a small roll of first aid tape or two and as much gauze and band aids as will fit it the plastic kits. Check out USNERDOC or Nutnfancy channels for some really comprehensive kits for several progressive levels of care.
The baby shampoo contains LIDOCAINE(thus the no baby tears) Good for clearing out eyes if needed. The biggest thing–I would recommend first aid training. And I’d carry more advil and tylenol- talking 3 days…and only 2 doses of pain meds…
with your quick clot you also need an ace wrap to hold it once you’ve packed your wound and they work. used them in afghanistan 11-12
Good advide. I’m going to get my kit together today.
super glue is a good way to go also