Something we will all face during the pole shift is the prospect of injury to ourselves or those around us. Whether we choose to help or not is part of our school house choices (as per the Zeta's). So here are some links that may be helpful in recognizing common things that happen with such a violent event (Please note that this is just a reference guide and people can place any help advice they have here as well)
Blood Loss - Internal
Blood Loss – External
Head Trauma (included Concussions)
Sprains and Muscle Strains
If you have to do any medical practice requiring stitches etc… FIRE is your best friend. It is a universal sanitizer for instruments. Also saline water* is also a great thing to have on hand (if Salt is readily available)
*Remember that the water needs to be boiled etc… to ensure that it is clean!!
And even in the aftertime, we will need to be on the watch for things that may develop in people
Things to be on the watch for:
Giardiasis (or Beaver Fever as it’s commonly known)
Medical Kit Prep
I would recommend that you get yourself some non-toxic fishing wire and a fish hook for possible stitches that need to be done on a person with a deeper cut.
Here is other information that will be useful as well from Zetatalk and from other contributers to this NING: