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Category Archives: Question of the Week
I have heart, lung, & mobility issues. Most prepping info assumes one is young & healthy. I’ve had a heart attack (at age 49), asthma & both lungs filled with blood clots, lung collapse, low efficiency lungs, on oxygen & many meds. I’ve fought this de-conditioning my whole life (am 57), but can no longer even manage house work.
So, hiking out isn’t feasible. What do you recommend for people in this situation?
Week 22 – Question of the Week: Can you give an IV without IV access, or, Have you tried hypodermoclysis?
Week 22: 2011-10-12 (non-consecutive weeks) Suppose your child has vomited for days and is too weak to walk. The grid is down and the hospital is closed, their generator having run out of fuel. You have no idea where to … Continue reading
Week 21: 2011-08-26 Labor Day is just around the corner, the end of summer (if not the heat). At least in Ohio, swimming pools close, amusement parks shut down, and we have only a few more weeks of home-grown corn … Continue reading
Week 19: 2011-08-12 This week I was thinking about all the rules with which physicians must comply. Here’s a few off the top of my head: Be licensed by state Completely annual continuing education requirements according to license and specialty … Continue reading
Week 18: 2011-08-05 Recently my mother was watching the National Governors Association television broadcast. She was surprised (and pleased) that at least one governor advised taking action for personal preparedness, even if only to assure survival a few weeks. So … Continue reading
Week 17: 2011-07-28 Few people realize that their computerized medical files may be on the internet. With one goal of electronic health records being easier communication from doctor to doctor, and with the need for a universal method of such … Continue reading
Week 16: 2011-06-30 I’m completing the chapter in my book on bioterrorism and would like to ask everyone: how concerned are you? Have you done anything to prepare in the event of a bioterrorist attack? Do you worry about receiving … Continue reading
Week 12 – Question of the Week: How can we best serve our country in preparing for an Armageddon event?
Week 12: 2011-05-26 With Memorial Day approaching, today I’m asking all readers to consider this question: How can we best serve our country in preparing for an Armageddon event? I know several readers and contributors are serving or have served in … Continue reading
Week 11: 2011-05-19 Today I’m asking our professionals to consider this question: What lab procedures are you preparing to provide at TEOTWAWKI? Anyone else with opinions, questions, or concerns is invited to reply as well in the box below. Check back soon … Continue reading
Week 10: 2011-05-12 Today I’m asking all our readers to respond to this question: What steps have you taken to establish structured medical care for an end-of-life-as-we-know-it scenario? Will you simply be on your own amidst the chaos, or have you networked … Continue reading