Volume II - Disaster Medical Center

Disaster Crash Course Digest Volume II

What do you do when disaster strikes, and medical facilities are no longer available - but medical professionals are?

  • Natural disasters or conflict interrupt needed infrastructure such as electricity and water needed to keep modern hospitals running?
  • Pestilence situations where the hospitals shut down and medical staff refuse to come to work?
  • Missionary or remote settings where supplies and medical systems are practically nonexistent?

Many times in these situations, there is still access to medical professionals - just not an environment or infrastructure conducive to best utilizing their abilities.

This digest provides boiled-down, concise reference information that can be used to help rebuild, improvise, and maintain existing medical systems in the midst or aftermath of a major event.

Resources Include...

  • How to re-use gloves (sterile and non-sterile methods)
  • Proper procedures for disinfecting the wide variety of materials in a medical setting
  • Improvised solutions for methods, equipment, and facilities
  • How to make chlorine bleach
  • Special requirements for operating rooms and support areas
  • Portable facilities ideas
  • Proper personal protection
  • Common medical forms
  • Procedure reference sheets for posting
  • And much more!!!
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How to get the most out of this digest...

  • Download. Print it out, and assemble it in a three-ring binder or have it spiral bound.
  • Download Digest Vol. I, and assemble it as well. Digest Vol. II refers several times to tutorials and information in Vol. I.
  • Read it. Take time and read through it in its entirety, so that you at least know what information is in it. You can refer to it later to refresh your mind on the details.
  • Print out about 5 copies of each of the reference sheets, and have them laminated or in a plastic page protector. Store these with your medical supplies.
  • Print out a few copies of the medical forms, if they suit your particular needs. For larger amounts, it may be cheaper to have an office store make large quantity copies.
  • Have digital backups of the digests on a thumbdrive or cd.
  • Printing out more than one hard copy, especially one for each member in your team, is a great way to get the ball rolling, quality control, cross-checking, and for brainstorming.
Binder In any disaster people are initially floundering to form some sort of direction. “Disaster Crash Course Vol. II” fills a very practical need – what the goals are and where to begin. It will generate ideas that people can adapt to their circumstances and the materials they have access to. Sanitation and hygiene are the biggest challenges no matter how affluent or poor the country. This manual helps people stay focused on what is most important when the infrastructure is crumbling around us. Binder
John Dinsley, www.BuyActivatedCharcoal.com
Binder Disaster Crash Course Digest Vol. II
96 pages. Color. 8.5x11 PDF - 26MB
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