Message from Deleted User in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #medical
Data shows most important things to surviving arrest is quality compressions and how quickly someone can be cardioverted
If someone goes down, start compressions and get AED asap.
My only concern with the milk is if we are out in the heat, not sure someone would like stinky hot milk on their face.
1:3 baby soap to water in a spray bottle. Scrub scrub scrub. Then 1:1 maalox to water in a spray bottle. Make sure to get both the soap mixture and maalox in the patient's eyes. Rise with water good. Repeat the process. Don't use milk. That's gross
^ this is a Richard Spencer approved method, btw. Got to test it on him a couple times
@ErikaI saw you using it, i was using just normal saline for an eye flush which didn't seem to help much.
OC spray is oil based. Milk. Water. Saline. Etc. won't do anything to strip away the oil. Stripping away the oil is something that needs to happen before you can neutralize the capsaicin.
Baked A. Freaked when I gave him my baby shampoo and water solution.
Richard. McLaren. Freiberg. Ajax. And several others all said my method for neutralizing OC spray worked wonders. Richard also shouted out my efforts on the latest Shoah. I'm now known as the "guardian angel" lol
@Havamal baked got a totally different level of pepper spray than what I treated.
Was it even pepper spray or some type of acid?
He received something at ultra high pressure. It's possible it was bear mace, or it could have been draino
I talked to Baked. It was apparently something called class 4 bear mace. Nasty stuff.
I though bear mace was weaker?
Which sounds odd but I swear I've read it in multiple places
It is weaker.
But if you get anything shot into your eyes at high pressure at close range, eye damage is a distinct possibility.
Especially considering bear mace often times has a shot distance of 30 feet
Good deal, i had heard online that everything was kind of just placebo effect. I didn't really believe that because i would think removing the agent would help.
@Deleted User I had two hypoglycemia cases to work with. The majority of what I dealt with was pepper spray.
@Deleted User was happy to be of service. I felt bad for the entire VIP crowd and you PSDs. Y'all got it rough and the corrupt police didn't do a damn thing.
I had multiple facial lacerations acid attacks oven cleaner attacks and cracked skulls
I treated about 15 people
I was also in the park till the very end i treated a few wounded at mc intryw as well
No just bleeding and stiches needed and rhe oven cleaner was highly toxic i had nothing and we were under fire from both cops and antifa it was a mad house
And yes i need to mix that stuff that Erika made my pepper spray wipes did jack shit
Told Nathan to not buy then again either he had the same ones
Is the person that got sprayed with the oven cleaner good? Seems like the best thing would be just flush with water, or vinegar (since oven cleaner is basic).
@Erika did you have a glucometer to check sugars, or were they just showing signs?
He was pretty messed up tried flushing it out he was making it worse by panicking he was the guy in the blue shirt with the black sun American flag
We got him out though
Any in eyes or airway?
@everyone if you are going to be part of a medic team at an event and need supplies, have someone (in leadership) who can confirm you will be there PM me, you also PM me, and I will get you most everything you need.