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Tourniquets are important to have on hand. The bad rap they’ve gotten is not totally warranted. But which is the best for you?   » » » 
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After fears of amputation caused people to shy away from tourniquets, their effectiveness in lifesaving is causing a comeback   » » » 
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States are starting to allow first responders to carry & administer Naloxone for quicker drug overdose treatment   » » » 
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Rapidly-expanding sponge disk filled syringe stops hemorrhaging wound in 15 seconds   » » » 
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Patient abandonment may be wrong, but if the scene gets dangerous you need to remove yourself from the danger. You are continuing to care for the patient by calling in resources to reinstate safety.

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