SELCO: The Reality of Medical Preparedness

SELCO: The Reality of Medical Preparedness by Selco Begovic for The Organic Prepper

Author of The Dark Secrets of SHTF Survival and the online course SHTF Survival Boot Camp

The reality of medical preparedness is that people often waste a lot of money on things that they don’t need or do not know how to use.  The purpose of this article is not to reduce the importance or quality of the previous article about stocking up on medical supplies. I find it more as a continuation of that article, perhaps taking a different angle on medical kits, preps, skills etc.

First, here is some background on me. I have been in the emergency medical field for many years. Some of those years were as a combat medic, and others were as a civilian without enough medical stash who was still trying to help.

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And I still cannot say I can give you definitive advice about many things, simply because many situations are very specific and so on and so on.

BUT some general advices have to be said here, and a lot of these I have written before. But it needs to be repeated ,again and again. It can save your life, or life of your family member.

Obtaining medical knowledge

You have to spend a lot of time to become a medical practitioner of any kind. Higher levels requires longer time of learning, testing, practicing, etc.

For some level of confidence in practicing certain skills, I needed many months of learning and long practice. And only after that, I could say, “I know that.” So, what I am trying to say here is this: Do not expect to be a master of survival medicine after one book you read, or few videos you watched.

The system of learning is there for a reason: it takes time.

So what can you do?

You have to think outside of the box and work smart. You probably do not have time or money or will to spend years to become a physician. But for medical preparedness, you still need to start from the foundation.

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