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Survival Medicine on the move and/or in the wild
« on: November 18, 2017, 09:04:27 AM »
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Instructor: Howard Donner, MD
Co-Author “Field Guide to Wilderness Medicine”
Served as a physician for Denali National Park, Himalayan Rescue Association, and the 1998 NOVA Everest expedition.  Served as a medical operations consultant for NASA for over 5 years.  Whitewater rafting guide, commercial pilot, and certified flight instructor.

Recommended Audience: Outdoor enthusiasts and health care professionals including physicians, nurses, search and rescue teams, EMT, paramedics, ski patrol, corpsman, guides, instructors, wilderness first responders, and anyone else interested in educational and “how to” videos on wilderness emergency medicine, travel medicine, search and rescue, expedition medicine, back country first aid, wilderness survival training, and military medicine.  Dr. Donner’s draws on his extensive back country and travel experience to highlight key signs, symptoms, treatments, and improvised techniques and skills.

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Re: Survival Medicine on the move and/or in the wild
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2017, 09:07:00 AM »
Wilderness Medicine: Mild vs. Severe Hypothermia  3:11   15,539 views

https://youtu.be/ShqicNewmzI

MedWild - Wilderness Medicine, Survival, Rescue
Published on Jan 1, 2013

Dr. Donner discusses the differences in recognition and treatment of mild vs. severe hypothermia. This is video 4 of 7 in the hypothermia series

Instructor: Howard Donner, MD
Co-Author “Field Guide to Wilderness Medicine”
Served as a physician for Denali National Park, Himalayan Rescue Association, and the 1998 NOVA Everest expedition.  Served as a medical operations consultant for NASA for over 5 years.  Whitewater rafting guide, commercial pilot, and certified flight instructor.

Recommended Audience: Outdoor enthusiasts and health care professionals including physicians, nurses, search and rescue teams, EMT, paramedics, ski patrol, corpsman, guides, instructors, wilderness first responders, and anyone else interested in educational and “how to” videos on wilderness emergency medicine, travel medicine, search and rescue, expedition medicine, backcountry first aid, wilderness survival training, and military medicine.  Dr. Donner’s draws on his extensive backcountry and travel experience to highlight key signs, symptoms, treatments, and improvised techniques and skills.
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