In the two hours it takes to read our book, you’ll learn more about survival medicine, and feel more comfortable handling emergencies, than ever before. Our guide is not about stabilizing injuries until help arrives. It’s about learning to treat injuries and illnesses definitively. It’s a confidence builder, and we guarantee it to be one of the most valuable resources in your prepper bookshelf!
Welcome to the 2nd edition of The Prepper Pages! In this edition we’ve added image and video links for quick and easy reference.
Written by a Trauma Surgeon and contributing physicians, doctors of ThePrepperPages.com are obsessed with teaching you easy, effective treatments for medical conditions preppers most worry about. Conditions we’re all likely to face when the world and everything in it goes sideways. Our guide is not about stabilizing injuries until help arrives. Our guide is about treating injuries and illnesses definitively – knowing help will never arrive!
Here’s what some readers had to say:
Survival Medicine – “Literally the best prepper medical guide I have found yet! Well done! No nonsense and no beating around the bush. I feel as if I have learned something.” – Steven Trumbo (Emmaus, PA)
What will this book teach me?
Whether you’re buying items to build a comprehensive medical kit, or have found yourself in a disaster without one, this book will teach you exactly what to do. In fact, it will teach you medical and surgical skills you won’t find in any other book.
“Full of truly useful information on where to get and, even better, how to use items in your emergency medical kit. This is one book that is definitely a must have!” – Shar
Targeted Age Group:: 18-79
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Dr. Chamberlin blogs and writes on subjects central to preparedness and disaster management. Focusing on Survival and Field Medicine, his writing career began with a question: How do you teach preppers to become medics? How do you guide them to where they feel comfortable dealing with medical emergencies?
These questions are important, because in an apocalypse – you are the doctor! You’ll be alone or in a small group and have no one to turn for help. The healthcare professionals will have either been killed or drafted by the military, and you’ll be on your own! So what do you do?
After two decades of considering the problem, it seemed to solve itself. The internet made resources available not previously imagined. Training videos and discussion groups sprung up everywhere. But still missing were well-written guides stuffed with usable information. Books that could be digested in one or two sittings and stuck to the formula called “this is what you do.” Preppers don’t want to sit through a physiology class. They want high-yield practical information easy to get through. They’re busy. They have other preps to get to!
One day Dr. Chamberlin wrote that “this is what you do” book. It’s called The Prepper Pages, and it’s guaranteed not to disappoint you!
In it Dr. Chamberlin details the ways preppers can scavenge what they need for a medical kit – if they find themselves without one. Or if a person is putting together a kit, he discusses the most useful items to have and how to use them in the field. “Creatively locating and acquiring” antibiotics and other medicines in disasters is reviewed in depth. So are suturing, splinting, and treating most illnesses you can expect to see.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Most of us won’t survive. You might… but the rest are screwed. We won’t even see it coming. We’ll die because we failed to prepare. Sure we’ve squirreled away wheelbarrows of boxed sugar and canned carbohydrates; but that won’t help if we’re not home when the world twists down and implodes.
You see we’ve forgotten something. We’ve forgotten that being prepared means having a contingency plan for the unexpected everything. It means having a reflex action etched into every one of our muscle fibers. And few of us do.
Finding yourself in an unstable environment without supplies is a nightmare scenario. But you’ve planned for this, you’re reading this book. Afterword you’ll know how to improvise medical supplies, how to use them in the field, and how to remedy ailments of every sort.
Few people realize the items needed for an improvised medical kit can be found in the bathrooms, kitchens, and garages of ordinary homes. Others can be found in looted pet stores and places you’d never expect.
If you wish to craft a good set of supplies and instruments, it can be done with little money, and with modest time. I’ll show you how!
I’m a trauma surgeon and family practitioner. A lifetime of responding to accidents and misadventures has inspired me to write this book. In the past, medical knowledge has been kept from those who are not part of the sacred healthcare club. I’m trying to remedy some of that with the writing of this guide.
The medical profession would have you believe only those initiated by a lifetime of schooling are qualified to provide health care. This isn’t true. Army medics, paramedics, and navy corpsman are well trained in short periods of time. This is true for preppers, the specialists of self-sufficiency and self-education. For these souls the information age has come along and leveled the playing field. Limits to education and barriers to experience have fallen away before them.
The Prepper Pages is designed to teach you how to think through the treatment of trauma and illness. If you’re without supplies, you’ll learn how to make and collect the tools you’ll need while navigating to safety.
Every year more people are sensing something bad is peeping over their shoulder. We’ve had it too good, for too long… and we know it. Yet many feel there’s nothing that can be done. You know this isn’t true. They can prepare. They can learn. They can make do.
But most important, they can acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to save others; even in the most austere of conditions.
About the Author:
Dr. Chamberlin is a Professor of Medicine living in Portland Oregon. He teaches a number of subjects including Neuroscience, Genetics, Anatomy and Minor Surgery.To support learning he has created instructional videos and posted them to his blog and to The Prepper Pages channel on YouTube. If you’d like more information, or you’d like to contact Dr. Chamberlin, visit him at ThePrepperPages.com.
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