Prolonged Field Care resource collection
Bookmark it, then work your way around the site.
Also added to left margin under “Practical Resources”.
Great resource, Pete.
You knew I had a week’s time off coming with nothing better to do, didn’t you?
We are here to serve.
Pete, great post. The costs of doing this are gigantic, and well beyond the means of anyone I personally know. I’ll file it under “nice to know”.
Reblogged this on Starvin Larry.
HA! We knew it!
– Not the NSA, totally swearsies realsies
I see it for most folks as a conversation-starter with a doc or vet or other med professional of right mind in the AO.
Okay, on a previous reponse I was asking about “sounddagram” 🙂
Then noticed the info there of ultrasound just a few minutes ago.
Passing the link to a few good men and women….
“Every man to his family and his belongings”
Thanks for the resource. This will be very handy with the upcoming festivities. I bow and give my sincere gratitude for this information.
You mean “sonograms”.
And yes, they are ultrasound.
A portable ultrasound machine can be had for about the price range of IR to thermal NODs.
As a CT scanner would be in the house-price range, and require a shit-ton of power generation capability, plus some serious radiation shielding, a working ultrasound machine would be GOLD to a physician/surgeon post-SHTF, both for trauma and acute medical conditions, plus OB use.
A group having one/having access to one is something to aspire to.
I’m waiting for that to be covered in future installments.
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