Med Corner: The Basics of IV Fluids for Emergency Scenarios

THE BASICS OF IV FLUIDS FOR EMERGENCY SCENARIOS

 

Disclaimer: This is meant to be a brief overview and not a detailed guide on IVs. Please seek qualified medical training before attempting any of these steps. 

 

If you are not budgeting for Annual Training from Reputable Folks in Civilian Field/Trauma Medical you are cutting yourself way short.

 

Stuck Pig Medical

Lone Star Medics

 

DTG’s 2021 Updated 10 Week (If You’re Lucky) Plan to Prepare for the Worst-Case Scenario

H/T WRSA 

 

DTG’s 2021 Updated 10 Week (If You’re Lucky) Plan to Prepare for the Worst-Case Scenario

 

This is an excellent Get Your Shit Together and Your Head out of Your Ass article!

To reiterate the most important point:

TIME is of the essence and everything mentioned is going to be harder to obtain and more expensive as time goes by, so ACT NOW!

Gathering weapons and supplies is very important but even more important is HAVING A PLAN and TRAINING!

Here are a few articles in my File Cabinet that might help you:

 

  1. The 5 Gun Theory (In Choosing Firearms)

  2. Is your Blow Out Kit Stocked and Ready? (Medical/Field Trauma)

  3. Outfitting your GO-RIG (Fighting Rig)

 

Stop wasting TIME and start PREPARING!

 

Backcountry Emergencies: Why Wound Cleaning is One of the Most Important Skills to Know

Backcountry Emergencies: Why Wound Cleaning is One of the Most Important Skills to Know

 

Fundamentals!

They never change.

When the chips are down you can bet that if you execute the Fundamentals your likelihood of success will be vastly improved.

TCCC Twofer: Tactical Field Care, Massive Hemorrhage, and the Blood Sweep

Tactical Field Care, Massive Hemorrhage, and the Blood Sweep

 

Make no mistake, one of the biggest area’s of training that martial civilians neglect is TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care.)

Part 2 of this Excellent series can be found HERE.

Train Hard. Train Realistically and Prepare Accordingly.