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Thread: Doc Dan's SHTF Medical Prep Advice !!!!!!!!

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    Default Doc Dan's SHTF Medical Prep Advice !!!!!!!!

    https://survivalblog.com/family-medi...tor-dan/print/

    Part 1 of a two parter on prepping for the medical side of a SHTF ....

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    Good stuff here. Neighbor is a pharmacist and basically trades free meds for the assistance we give helping them recover from flood while they live out of town. I never know what to ask for when they offer. We keep Z packs, Cipro around and they have stocked me with various stuff for anything I could catch out on a pack in hunt.
    Once on safari in deepest darkest Afganistan we ran out of Gin, and were compelled to survive on food and water for several days.


    I typically carry a flask of vodka for snakebites. I also carry a small snake.- W. C. Fields

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    check back tomorrow for Part 2 >>>>>>>>>

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    https://survivalblog.com/family-medi...-2-doctor-dan/

    here's Part 2 - great section on how to use your insurance coverage to get the med kit fleshed out on the cheap ...


    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

    “Doctor Dan” is a board-certified physician anesthesiologist who practices anesthesiology and critical care medicine in a rural hospital. Due to his previous training in trauma surgery, he also maintains an interest in EMS and disaster preparedness medicine. He serves as a Tactical Medical Director for a SWAT team, and as a medical director/training officer for fire departments and EMS services in his area.

    Doctor Dan and his family live on a farm, where they hunt and raise a garden. They believe in trusting God, but also doing their part to be prepared so that they can be a help, not a burden, to others when a time of crisis occurs.

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    "The nation is experiencing multiple outbreaks of the highly contagious Hepatitis A virus (HAV), with Florida recently declaring a statewide emergency as a result of passing 2000 cases in 2019. Hepatitis A is one of several types of infections that affect the liver but cause symptoms that can be seen throughout the body."

    https://www.printfriendly.com/p/g/amD4ew


    tagging this on here >>> Dr Doom article about hepatitis outbreak potentials and how to prevent & treat ...

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