Survival MD

Survival MD

A man who introduces himself only as Rob is the creator of this survival guide that focuses on surviving natural disasters and the compromised medical infrastructure that occurs in such crises. Rob tells the visitors of his site that the most imminent threat during a natural disaster is not the water or the fire or the Earth that opens up and swallows entire cities. The casualties caused by these occurrences pale in comparison to the medical problems that come after that. The main killer in situations like these is disease and infection.

 

Rob goes on to say that medical facilities are very vulnerable in a natural disaster. These disasters can knock out the power grid in the first place and leave hospitals and clinics all over the country without electricity. Those who need them will not be able to get the medication and medical supplies they will need to survive. Rob also talks about airborne disease that cannot be treated in the case of a natural disaster and the possibility of a major compromise of our water supply should sewage lines break and turn our drinkable water into poison. Rob found the solution to all of these problems when researching Romania which is a very poor country with a very small medical budget but still manages to treat patients very successfully.

What Rob learned is what he offers in this guide. He learned the simple medical techniques that can save lives during a major crisis when no doctor is available. A Romanian doctor taught him these simple techniques and Rob turned them into the Survival MD Program.

Modern Medicinal Problems

The main problem with the way the U.S. handles the treatment of patients in a triage or disaster situation is that it relies too heavily on modern technology. What happens when our electrical system is defunct? Our doctors who have been trained with these tools and machines will be helpless so the Survival MD Program emphasizes medical techniques that can be performed without the use of high-tech equipment. These methods can be learned and implemented by anyone in a disaster situation and you will not need very many supplies in order to carry them out successfully. He explains these methods in laymen’s terms and you need no medical background to understand and use them.

The Target Audience

If you have ever thought about being a bit more prepared in a medical emergency then this guide may be very helpful for you. There are many useful tips and tricks that could help you become a bit more independent from hospitals and the American Medical infrastructure.

Pros:
All of the techniques are explained in an easy to understand fashion.

Cons:
It is still up to the poise and determination of the individual to carry out these methods successfully in the face of a crisis.

The Last Word
While no one can be 100% prepared for a major crisis it is always good to try to be as prepared as possible and this guide covers vital and basic medical topics that you should probably know in any case.

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