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Old Wombat:
Actually, it's a bit high & to the left but a sucking chest wound is no laughing matter, either. ;)

zenrat:

--- Quote from: Old Wombat on November 18, 2019, 04:24:16 pm ---Actually, it's a bit high & to the left but a sucking chest wound is no laughing matter, either. ;)

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We were taught how to deal with them in one of my first ever adult First Aid training courses (credit card, surgical tape, make a basic flap valve).  I always wanted to try it out.  I'm glad I haven't ever had to but I still remember what to do.  They dropped it from later iterations of the course.
Kit would love doing an Australian First Aid course.  The section on how to deal with bites and stings takes ages.   ;D

PR19_Kit:

--- Quote from: zenrat on November 19, 2019, 02:29:51 am ---
Kit would love doing an Australian First Aid course.  The section on how to deal with bites and stings takes ages.   ;D


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A whole WEEK even, as there's such a huge chance of getting one or the other down there!

rickshaw:
My first ever First Aid course was through the Army.  I haven't had to treat any bullet wounds since then, though.  If anybody gets wounded, please call on me.  I remember all the stuff, even if it was over 40 years ago...   :o

zenrat:
I was taught the sucking chest wound treatment in London.  It wasn't included in the 'strayan courses.  Prolly left out to make room for treating Blue Ringed Octopua bites and Cone Shell stings...
 ;)


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