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Cling film has long been extolled as an ideal material for improvised First Aid, but there is something better.
Defibrillators are now commonplace in urban environments, should we be carrying them when in a Remote Environment, far from help?
Basic guidance for what should be in your First Aid kit.
A brief guide to Quikclot, Celox and Hemcon; their uses and limitations
Is the 'best' watch necessarily best when working in remote, hostile or industrial environment?
An introduction and review of the LMA, I-Gel and LT airways
Aside from your First Aid Kit, what over-the-counter medicines are available for the casualty in a remote environment?
Here are some of the best Apps for iPhone and Android for pre-hospital care workers, medics, rescuers and First Aiders.
Should we rethink the obligatory Rescue Knife in our outdoor kit?
How to use malleable splints to maximum effect
What to look for in a Tablet device, how to maximise its use for the role of a Remote Medic and our favourite EBooks.
Tape is awesome. One of the most common questions asked is "What is your essential bit of First Aid kit?" This is ours.
One of the most contentious issues in civilian First Aid is the use of Tourniquets. Can we use them? On who, why and how?
Preparing for Natural Disasters and Major Incidents