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Outdoor First Aid (Draft)

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January 1, 1970
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First aid - specify this to survival/outdoors scenarios. What to do if you are shot, a friend is shot, tourniquets, fractures, sprained ankle, etc.

  • fracture: if there is any bleeding, your first priority is to stop it and gently clean the area (can use clean water) position the limb in as natural a position as possible, create a splint with either natural materials (like sticks) or body parts (like the arm against the chest), position in place with a material like strips of cloth, make sure you immobilize the fracture to keep the bones from moving (if the bone is fractured, immobilize the joints on both sides. if the joint is fractured, immobilize the bones on both sides)
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