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The Answers to Four Common Questions About Survival Gear

One thing that many people have decided to invest in is survival gear. While survival gear is certainly good to have in case a worst case scenario were to occur, many people don’t know a whole lot about field and survival gear.

A Blood and Fluid Warming System for Emergency Medical Services

Each year, emergency medical services (EMS) receive thousands of calls for help. Many of the calls are for people who need blood or another fluid administered intravenously. Unfortunately though, some EMS services don’t use a warming system for intravenous (IV) infusions.

The Best Blood and Fluid Warming Device for Hospital Care

Administering blood or other fluids intravenously (IV) is common to hospital care. And the temperature of an IV fluid can have a major impact on the patient’s health. To prevent the unwanted effects of cold IV infusions, hospitals use warming devices that raise an IV liquid to a temperature within the body’s ideal temperature range: 95-100 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Best Fluid Warming System for EMS Units

There are two important aspects of administering IV fluids: administering it at the right flow rate, and administering it at the right temperature. To do the latter, hospitals and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) use an IV warming system. But the requirements for a warming system that an EMS would use are different than the requirements for one that a hospital would use.

Motor Racing Powder Fire Extinguisher

A fire is one of the most dangerous hazards in the sport of motor racing and the proper safety equipment should always be available. The racing teams can benefit greatly by using racing powder fire extinguishers.

What Are The Main Types of Fire Extinguishers?

A weighing of options on this issue might help; what is an easy weight to handle for the average person, and what size can be comfortably stored? Where in a building is the extinguisher easily accessed and where is it needed most?

Homeless Tips: Surviving the Streets – What To Know And What Not To Do

Know the difference between being a bum and being homeless! I’m homeless but not a bum! I have drive, ambition, dreams, and determination! A bum has none of these things.

The Benefits of Metal Buildings for Bad Weather Areas

It’s just a fact of life that some areas of the country and the world have worse weather than others. Hurricanes, tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, blizzards, earthquakes and other natural phenomenon may be exciting to watch from afar, but they can all take a toll on people’s lives when they are severe enough. Buildings are one element of a city or town that can be devastated by serious weather, and the damage can filter down to include much more than the building itself.

Self Defense For Seniors Is As Easy As Buying A Personal Alarm

Senior citizens, perhaps more than any group, need to be prepared for the possibility that they may one day be the victim of an attack. Personal alarms help them do just that.

Fire Safety in a Correctional Setting

One of the most, if not the most, dangerous situations in a correctional setting is a fire. Our nation’s correctional facilities, for the most part, are constructed of steel, concrete and bricks. Windows either do not open or are designed to open very little due to security concerns and our mandate of providing public safety. Natural ventilation is greatly reduced. As a result of these building designs, what we have is either a chimney or an oven that we work in.

Benefits to Reloading Your Own Ammo

Gun enthusiasts and frequent shooters probably have all wondered at one time or another what the benefits of reloading their own ammunition are. For most considering this option the question of whether reloading your own ammo is actually cheaper is of reasonable consideration. Also worth questioning for gun enthusiasts is whether there are other benefits beyond costs that make reloading your own ammo a better option. Truth is there are many considerations for shooters to mull over when deciding to make the choice of buying factory-loaded bullets or reloading the ammo themselves.

How to Store Water

A person can survive without food for many weeks if necessary if they are properly hydrated. However, if a person does not have enough water, you can dehydrate and die in only a few days. A person needs 3 gallons per person/day to be able to have enough for drinking, cooking, washing and cleaning. Storing water is not difficult but it does need to be done the right way and you need to have enough stored.. The FDA recommends food grade polyethylene barrels.

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