Thousands of people who venture into the wilderness die or end up in the emergency room every year for lack of knowledge on how to avoid or treat wilderness related medical injuries.

This training program not only demonstrates how to treat various medical issues in the wilderness but also explains, in detail, how to avoid the majority of such issues in the first place. If you don’t know how to avoid or treat these medical issues you should not venture out into remote wilderness areas where there is no medical help available because you will be on your own to survive medical emergencies.

The subjects covered in this set of two training DVD’s include the following:
Altitude sickness, animal bites, snake bites, ticks, fractures, frostbite, hypothermia, snow blindness, lost filling from a tooth, toothaches,
lost dental crown, bleeding, blisters, burns, dehydration, diarrhea, fever, ingrown toenails, lightning strikes, nosebleeds, shock, heatstroke, sunburn, fishhook injuries, sucking chest wounds from a bullet or knife, splinters, sprains, lacerations and wound closure, infection, insect bites, poison ivy, oak and sumac, bee stings, choking, heart attacks, and drowning.
The proper preparations and knowledge of prevention will save your life or enable you to save others in your group if an emergency should arise in the wilderness.