Knife Sharpening with Jason Salyer | ft. ON Three

Knife Sharpening with Jason Salyer | ft. ON Three

IV Bag Warmers: When Are They Used?

IV liquids are traditionally delivered cold or at room temperature-a practice that can lead to hypothermia. Bag warmers for IVs prevent hypothermia by heating fluids to 95 degrees Fahrenheit or above prior to administration. In preventing hypothermia, bag warmers also prevent hypothermia complications, including: increased risk of cardiac arrest, increased risk of hospital-acquired infections and slower healing wounds.

IV Fluid Warmers: How to Choose the Best Warmer

When IV fluid is delivered cold or at room temperature, the risk for serious health conditions such as heart damage, increases. Preventing these conditions can be as easy as using warmers for infusion bags. If you are considering using IV fluid warmers in your medical practice or EMS unit, but you don’t know which one to choose, considering the criteria below can help: Temperature Control Some warmers measure the temperature of IV fluid by measuring the temperature of circulating water or warming plates.

Pediatric Fluid Warmers Can Save Lives

The body’s ideal temperature is between 95-100 degrees Fahrenheit, which is also the ideal temperature for fluids that it receives by infusion. From pediatric clinics to wartime medical tents, keeping intravenous fluids warm has presented a challenge, one that has been solved with the invention of special warming devices. To keep fluid warm, doctors can use portable devices that ensure a temperature of at least 95 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Benefits of a Portable IV Warmer For Out of Hospital Care

Some people think that hypothermia is only caused by cold exposure, which isn’t true. It is also caused by blood loss, anesthetic and the administration of cold IV fluids, which is perhaps the least known cause. Although most hospitals administer IV fluids using an IV warmer, many EMS crews do not-a trend that originally stemmed from the unavailability of portable warmers.

Using an In Line Fluid Warmer to Prevent Hypothermia: FAQ

In line fluids are traditionally delivered at room temperature-a practice that could have fatal consequences, especially for the elderly, the homeless and infants. If you are considering using warming the fluid that you administer at your care facility or medical unit, but you have questions about the effectiveness and implementation of IV warmers, the answers below can help. For complete information, contact a seller of IV warmer units.

Disaster Preparation Essentials – 72 Hour Emergency Kits

Every individual or family should be prepared in the event of a natural disaster or crisis and have a 72 hour emergency kit ready in the home. This will give you time to sustain you and your family for a few days until help arrives and can provide assistance. Often people underestimate the basics required to thrive after a crisis.

The Key to Survival

What do zip-lines, whirlpools and life have in common? As a young girl, I often went swimming with my friends. We loved to create a whirlpool. Each of us would move the water in one direction until the current was strong enough to move us. Three or four times around the pool – we were good to go. That’s how I learned to float. As long as I picked up my feet and relaxed myself from head to toe, I was carried safely with the current. Not as easy as it sounds! After mouths-full of water and being sucked down a few times, I was determined to learn the key to survival. And I did. What was the key to survival? Hold that thought.

Emergency Lightbars Designed To Meet Various Requirements

The emergency lightbars are highly effective lighting solutions that are designed to meet various requirements. They have a crucial role to play in guiding the emergency vehicles, irrespective of the time and weather conditions.

Sabre Pepper Spray – Why You Need It

There is a good chance that you know about personal safety devices such as pepper spray or Tasers but don’t actually own one. With a bit of luck and good fortune you will hopefully never find yourself in a position or situation of extreme personal danger coming under attack from an unknown assailant in a difficult location.

Are You Prepared?

As small business owners with many of us working from our homes, we do not think about what a disaster can do to our businesses. Here in New Jersey we have the threat of hurricanes during the summer months and even in the winter we can get hit hard by Nor’easters that bring several feet of snow and take down power lines. So do you have a disaster plan for your business?

First Aid Tips – What Counteracts Pepper Spray?

If you have experienced being sprayed on by pepper spray, you will know how unexplainably dreadful the feeling is. You are lucky if you weren’t able to experience this. But it is imperative that you know how to react and know what you will do if you have been sprayed or accidentally sprayed on yourself.

If You Had to Evacuate Your Home, What Is the One Thing You Would Take With You?

If you had to evacuate your home, what is the one thing you would take with you (besides your family, of course)? Have you thought about this? With the scope and variety of disasters that have occurred over the past year, many of us are becoming more and more concerned that the American Main Street is not prepared for what could come their way.

Creating an Emergency Backpack Kit in the Event of a Catastrophe

One of the simplest things you can do to prepare for an unforeseen disaster is to prepare an emergency backpack kit. In the event of a catastrophe, this backpack kit should contain enough necessities to survive in an interim basis.

Wilderness Survival: Be Prepared for Any Event

One only has to look at the different types of unexpected events across the world this year to realize that our comfortable home and neighborhood can turn into a wilderness in minutes. Those who suddenly lose roads and bridges are cut off from the areas they need to visit routinely.

When Weather Related Disasters Strike Get Counseling

When disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and flooding strike you personally, you may need counseling. You may need counseling if you can’t sleep after a natural disaster. Your children should have counseling if they are affected by a natural disaster. It doesn’t matter what age, or who you are, you may need to seek a professional counselor after experiencing a natural disaster.

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