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In the case of a disaster or a threatening situation there’s a big chance that you or someone else around you will get injured.

In the first section we have mentioned the first aid kit that you will need to treat injuries. But also you need to know how to stop bleedings and especially major ones!

For severe bleeding, take these actions immediately:

1- Remove Debris from the Wound

Remove any obvious dirt or debris from the wound, but don’t remove large objects, especially ones that are deeply embedded inside the wound.

2- Stop the Bleeding

Put a sterile bandage on the wound, and if you don’t have one use a clean cloth.

Put pressure on the bandage with your palm to control the bleeding, then secure it with an adhesive tape if available, unless use your bare hands.

Always remember to raise the injured limb above the level of the heart.
Be careful: Never put pressure on eye injuries or on embedded objects! Never try to reposition displaced organs or put pressure on them!

3- Injured Person Position

Always help the injured person to lie down on a blanket or anything that can prevent his body from losing heat, also cover him if possible.

Remember to be careful to not touch any embedded objects or dislocated organs.

Elevate his legs so blood gets better flow to vital organs.

4- Secure the Bandage

If you are seeing that the bleeding is seeping through the bandage or the cloth you used, don’t remove it! Just place another bandage on top of it and keep pressing firmly on the area.

Tourniquets are a good solution to use if you are sure you can reach medical help soon.

Place the tourniquet on the injured limb just between the heart and the wound.

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If you do not have a professional tourniquet use any cloth or wire you might find.

Generally it is advised to not put the tourniquet more than two hours, unless the lack of blood supply will start to cause tissue death (known as necrosis) which will lead later to a limb amputation.

5- Don’t Remove the Bandages

If you noticed that the bleeding has stopped don’t remove the bandage you applied. Keep it on the wound and get the injured person or yourself to the medical care as soon as possible.

6- Always Seek Professional Help

All the steps mentioned are to temporarily treat a major wound, professional help is always needed.

So remember while treating wounds to seek help by calling emergency numbers if possible. Be careful of signs of internal bleeding which include:

-Dizziness Cold


-Pain in the area of the body affected.


-Vomiting, seizure, or coma and unconsciousness.

-Bleeding from a body orifice (mouth, nose, ears, anus, vagina,o r urethra).

Do you totally agree with what i mentioned above ?

If you have something to add, don’t hesitate to share your thoughts and ideas in the comment below…

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  1. Emma Brown says:

    It never says them, they or her in the article, instead, it refers to the person in the circumstance as him. For example in 3- Injured Person Position it states, “Always help the injured person to lie down on a blanket or anything that can prevent his body from losing heat, also cover HIM if possible. ” I find this deeply offensive and would like it to be changed.

  2. Josh Bettcher says:

    I find her offense at the adjective or pronoun being used not including all the possible different genders spoken about by delusional people, (such as this female, or female in a man’s body, or man in a female body or any other severely emotionally handicapped person that believes these other genders are real or just a woman that’s too ignorant to know that it doesn’t matter whether you say him, her, it, dog, cat, elephant or anything else, the safety instructions given apply to all human forms of life on the planet), much more offensive than this human (im assuming), life form is taking. If we substituted pronouns suggesting a feminine in these all these instructions, she, (I’m assuming it’s a she), would also be horribly offended and on her way to her lawyers to file a lawsuit,( because using female identifiers to not hurt its feelings), because that would imply them as weaker, more vulnerable, less resilient, most likely to suffer a serious or life threatening injury, or any one of a million other imaginable slights suggesting that they are somehow not Gods, and therefore…lol! It doesn’t matter how you write up these articles or instructions. In today’s more and more PC society where you cant even take a breath w/o offending someone within 5 miles because you didn’t breathe exactly how they feel you should…someone will always find a way o be offended. Screw her. Anybody on this website who has any clue at all how to use or what to use various tools sold here won’t be offended. And if they are, they can get over it or go somewhere else.
    Just keep writing how you are and eventually the PC warriors and idiots will be weeded out. Screw em man.

  3. Urastoo Pid says:

    Your included information about the use of a tourniquet is both limited and incomplete. A combination that can prove to be dangerous, even fatal. The application of a tourniquet is the last option and should only be considered when the only two remaining choices are the loss of the affected limb or the loss of the person’s life. Once a tourniquet is applied IT CAN NOT BE REMOVED until the victim is at a hospital and in the care of doctors, the act of removing a tourniquet without the proper training and equipment as well as medications and supplies is one that is fatal. When applying a tourniquet you should be aware for two things, 1 the victim will most likely loose that limb and 2. you are creating a dam that is causing a build up of many dangerous things in the victim’s blood stream behind the tourniquet and the abrupt removal of that tourniquet without the proper training and supplies will likely damage the victim’s other organs and kill them.

    (think i got the right pronouns in there)

    Urastoo Pid

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