Another Medical Resource

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Bookmark it, then work your way around the site.

Also added to left margin under “Practical Resources”.

9 responses to “Another Medical Resource

  1. Great resource, Pete.
    You knew I had a week’s time off coming with nothing better to do, didn’t you?

  2. We are here to serve.

    🙂

  3. 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”.

  4. Jimmy the Saint

    HA! We knew it!
    – Not the NSA, totally swearsies realsies

  5. 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.

  6. 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”

  7. Deadeye Dic

    Thanks for the resource. This will be very handy with the upcoming festivities. I bow and give my sincere gratitude for this information.

  8. 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.