In this video, Tyler continues to explore the topics that are covered in the Survival MD: What to Do When There’s No Doctor. In particular, he discusses what the book suggests a medical response kit should contain and how to organize it.
Your medical response kit needs to strike a delicate balance. It should be able to address a variety of injuries and conditions. It needs to be portable enough that it’s available during emergencies. Of course, its contents should match your level of training.
Don’t miss this video where Tyler discusses the following essential points related to Medical Response Kits.
- Quick access item staging
- Purpose-built medical kits
- Task-oriented medical kits
- Must-have items
- Body substance isolation protection
- Kit organization
- Response to common injuries
- And much more
Ensuring your medical kit is organized, well packed, and accessible can literally mean the difference between life and death, so don’t miss this video. Better yet, watch all of the videos in this series to better understand what’s available in this great book.
Once again, this is literally just a couple of pages from the text, Survival MD: What to Do When There’s No Doctor. This book is an indispensable resource for medical information and instruction that isn’t found in your everyday first aid guide.
Disclaimer: The content of this book is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any condition or disease. You understand that this book is not intended as a substitute for consultation with a licensed practitioner. Please consult with your own physician or healthcare specialist regarding the suggestions and recommendations made in this book. The use of this book implies your acceptance of this disclaimer. The publisher and the author make no guarantees concerning the level of success you may experience by following the advice and strategies contained in this book, and you accept the risk that results will differ for each individual.