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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    Keep albuterol in the house. quick clot. T-kits. Band aids. More otc meds they you can shake a stick at. Some antibiotics Incase the fish get sick. Chest seals.
    "Cives Arma Ferant"

    "I know I'm not James Bond, that's why I don't keep a loaded gun under the pillow, or bang Russian spies on a regular basis." - GunLawyer001

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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    Walmartpetrx.com

    Best prices on antibiotics to keep your fishies swimming.

    Sign up for auto delivery for each item, for redelivery in 11 months.

    You will get 30% off each item and free shipping.
    My $250 order knocked down to $173 for 8 different antibiotics.

    Cancel auto delivery after they arrive.Attachment 129307
    Last edited by icp4life162005; March 18th, 2020 at 07:01 AM.

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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    That is walmarts official pet medicine pharmacy btw.

    2 day shipping as well.

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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    Now is also a good time to buy books.
    Survival, foraging, medical.
    Print print print off the web.

    Field guides. Military manuals.
    Improvised weapons and explosives books may come in handy in the future.

    Look up the Luty gun book, Specs for certain drop in trigger mods, etc.

    Also, look up natural medicine and build a bound book. Herbs. Mushrooms. Plants and animals. Everything have its uses.

    Do you know how to hand build a basic bow and arrow? How about an Atlatl?

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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    I’ve read conflicting reports on effectiveness but stocked up on some Mucinex to help with chest congestion, this in addition to regular cold meds.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    Quote Originally Posted by icp4life162005 View Post
    Now is also a good time to buy books.
    Survival, foraging, medical.
    Print print print off the web.

    Field guides. Military manuals.
    Improvised weapons and explosives books may come in handy in the future.

    Look up the Luty gun book, Specs for certain drop in trigger mods, etc.

    Also, look up natural medicine and build a bound book. Herbs. Mushrooms. Plants and animals. Everything have its uses.

    Do you know how to hand build a basic bow and arrow? How about an Atlatl?
    Whenever I take my wife out to the second hand shops she always spends time looking through the books. She's picked up quite a few medical books for around $1/each.
    Rules are written in the stone,
    Break the rules and you get no bones,
    all you get is ridicule, laughter,
    and a trip to the house of pain.

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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    Quote Originally Posted by Palerider View Post
    I’ve read conflicting reports on effectiveness but stocked up on some Mucinex to help with chest congestion, this in addition to regular cold meds.
    Mucinex works by increasing the amount of fluid in your lungs. If you have a dry cough with nothing coming up it works a little.

    But it is the last thing I would take if I had pneumonia (too much fluid in the lungs).

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    Quote Originally Posted by icp4life162005 View Post
    That is walmarts official pet medicine pharmacy btw.

    2 day shipping as well.
    Yes, but what is there rx policy? I don’t want to be bothered takin fm my fish to the vet.
    "Cives Arma Ferant"

    "I know I'm not James Bond, that's why I don't keep a loaded gun under the pillow, or bang Russian spies on a regular basis." - GunLawyer001

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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    Quote Originally Posted by Delkal View Post
    Mucinex works by increasing the amount of fluid in your lungs. If you have a dry cough with nothing coming up it works a little.

    But it is the last thing I would take if I had pneumonia (too much fluid in the lungs).
    It is an Expectorant. It loosens (thins) mucus so coughing can clear your airway passages and your lungs can properly exchange oxygen and co2. Very important in pneumonia.

    Link for below information

    https://alsworldwide.org/care-and-su...ding-pneumonia

    Symptoms of both viral and bacterial pneumonia can be treated with expectorant (not suppressant) cough medicines like Mucinex or Robitussin decongestants or nasal sprays; increased hydration; inhaled medications like Mucomyst or Albuterol; and nebulizers using distilled water, saline solution....


    Quote Originally Posted by Palerider View Post
    I’ve read conflicting reports on effectiveness but stocked up on some Mucinex to help with chest congestion, this in addition to regular cold meds.


    It works well. Take with water, be properly hydrated. I’d suggest taking it with food. I don’t like it on an empty stomach.
    Last edited by PAMedic=F|A=; March 18th, 2020 at 11:27 PM.
    "Cives Arma Ferant"

    "I know I'm not James Bond, that's why I don't keep a loaded gun under the pillow, or bang Russian spies on a regular basis." - GunLawyer001

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    Default Re: Home medical gear & supplies

    We have a small pharmacy in the house, along with suture kits, TQ's, chest seals, bandages, celox, gloves etc.

    I have debated getting a decom needle but my wife would be the only one who knew how to use it so not sure how valid it would be.

    Will look into the stapler since thats quicker than sutures and I am pretty sure a monkey like me could use it.
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