Survival Medicine Podcast: Cold Water Safety, Gloves, Wound Infections, Nursing [PODCAST]

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Survival Medicine Podcast: Cold Water Safety, Gloves, Wound Infections, Nursing

man-drowning-cold-winter-water-ice Cold Water Safety

Well, we survived our first cold wave of the year down here in South Florida, where the temperatures dived all the way down into the high fifties. We’ve heard rumors that some places get even colder in winter, so, even though they’re probably just rumors, the Altons talked last time about general hypothermia. This time, they’ll talk about cold water safety in survival settings. Plus, Dr. Bones (Joe Alton MD) discusses things you should know about medical gloves, all about wound infections, and more.

Nurse practitioner Amy Alton discusses nursing care in a comprehensive way in part two of her series, as much information as you’ll find anywhere on the subject.. All this and more on the lastest Survival Medicine Podcast with Joe and Amy Alton!

Wishing you the best of health in good times or bad,

The Altons

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