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As I’ve been having fun at making water bottle survival kits recently I figured it only made sense to try a five-gallon bucket survival kit. Freeze dried meals x 4 – I choose to include four freeze-dried meals, two by Mountain House and two by Wise Food. Thermos king food jar, 16-ounces – I like my thermos and I refuse to leave home without it.
Water bottle survival kit – This was discussed about a month back and includes several items such as Bic lighters, stormproof matches, a bandanna, firesteel, Potable Aqua, mini multi-tool, duct tape, whistles, water filter straw, etc. Toilet paper – Your rear end will thank you for including even a small, smashed roll such as this. Mini crowbar – Not quite sure why this got tossed in there other than because I could.
Grundig shortwave radio (with batteries) – The ability to gather information about a disaster from local as well as far away sources is critical. Small flashlight (with batteries) – Lighting must be a bit more than a mini keychain light here.
Compass – Roads may be impassable or unrecognizable therefore forcing you off the beaten path.
Cyalume glow sticks x 4 – Though not my first choice, glow sticks can be a useful lighting addition. Assorted medical supplies (and Israeli bandage) – There some disposable gloves, gauze, a few pills (such as Ibuprofen), and an Israeli compression bandage. 30-gallon trash bags, several – There are many uses for trash bags in a survival situation, including as a makeshift rain poncho. Dorcy Headlamp (with batteries) – Headlamps are a super useful light source, especially for survival tasks.
2-way radios (and batteries) – These are great for keeping tabs on group members who may be off gathering wood, water, or whatever. Fire starting kit – This is out of one of my bug out bags and started out as a fire-starting kit but morphed into a kit to hold various small random items. Earplugs – This is a personal inclusion because I have a hard time sleeping, particularly in silence, but there may be other reasons to include ear plugs such as hearing safety.
After looking over the list I realized I didn’t have any sort of sanitation supplies, such as soaps or wet wipes. Obviously, there are some items I could have removed and still be covered, such as the pocket chainsaw, headlamp, rain ponchos, etc. Overall, I’ve got quite a few supplies in a rather small space, more than I thought I could get in there. Whatever you choose to include, this bucket could easily be tossed in the back of your vehicle or stashed at a friends house if you like.
Blogging about all things survival and emergency preparedness, including experiences with DIY projects and ideas, gear reviews, living frugally, cooking in unconventional ways, and more! 6 feet of duct tape does sound like a lot to wrap around a typical Bic lighter… almost sounds like fun to try. Oh and something to keep in your vehicle kit and bucket kit Hose clamps along with zipties, keep a couple of diffent sizes for blown hose etc.
The only thing that kept the cold bearable at night, despite a Marine Cord cold weather mountain bag, was a lit candle.
We used little stubs of candles and had to have a fire watch in case a candle might tip over.
Im assuming this is a bug in situation of course, so I might also include a pack of cheap bic lighters,Fresnel lens as a reading tool for those of us getting older if you lose your glasses your in a tough spot, also a fire starter on a sunny day.
If nurses strike over the lack of preparedness in dealing with Ebola, what will they do if Ebola spreads throughout the U.S.? The issue that results in strikes is not solely protection for workers dealing with Ebola patients. EMTs (ambulance workers) will be at high risk because they deal with patients who have no diagnosis yet; they are being brought to the hospital for diagnosis and treatment. The whole health care system is vulnerable to sick-outs and strikes based on a reasonable fear of Ebola.
Working within the medical field, but not medically trained, we encounter patients on a daily basis. I disagree with the media blackout over potential Ebola cases, we weren’t panicking, but now we are scared because of the silence!! As a former hospital worker, I completely agree with the idea of shipping patients to facilities that are equipped.
Currently, there have been almost 25,000 cases of the Ebola virus worldwide, with the vast majority of cases developing in the West African countries of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. Medical personnel serve tirelessly and service groups rally to provide supplies to the countries in direst need. All medical personnel need to be heavily protected as they provide care to lower the risk of spreading infection to themselves, as well as other patients. All of the preceding articles will assist practitioners in controlling the spread of disease, lowering the total number infected, and decreasing their personal risk. This list of supplies is extensive and allows donors to contribute in ways that will cut down on the spread of the virus as well as treat those who are suffering. Also over the weekend, 17 INFECTED EBOLA patients escaped quarantine, along with infected bedding and medical supplies in Liberia! CDC Director names 3 main threats to our survival; New Diseases, Drug Resistant Diseases, and BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS.


With the biological bedding and medical supplies missing this brings a reminder of the North American Native Nations in which Cook introduced Small Pox by way of blankets and contaminated items. Although a country has agreed not to use a biological on other varying countries it does not mean they can not us it on their own people. The most alarming factor in the whole agenda is the mindset of those psychopaths in control. Media coverage is now focusing on the experimental Ebola treatments being given to two American Ebola patients who contracted it while caring for victims in Africa — the site of the world’s deadliest outbreak. While this comment was made prior to the current Ebola outbreak fears, it is unsettling given the high level projects Dr. Statements like these hardly convey trust in a process that is already less than transparent and prone to speculation, various states of unrest and panic on the part of the public. Someone casually remarking on culling some 25% of the population with a bioweapon is THE LAST PERSON you’d want to trust with creating an already dangerous countermeasure to Ebola, which carries a death rate as high as 90%. Also plz bookmark the home page and click the follow button on the bottom right of your screen thx!
Nigerian Minister of Health Onyebuchi Chukwu told reporters he was in contact with the US Centers for Disease Control on the possibility of getting drugs from them.“I said we are getting reports that this experimental drug seems to be useful.
The Black Death epidemy (1348-1350) was combination of bubonic plague, pneumonic plague, septicemic plague and hunger.
Bubonic plague – tumors (buboes) of range in size from that of an egg to that of an apple. Kills: 400,000 deaths in Europe yearly during 18th century,A‚A  Indian population drop from 12 million to 235,000. Symptoms of malaria include fever, shivering, arthralgia (joint pain), vomiting, anemia (caused by hemolysis), hemoglobinuria, retinal damage, and convulsions. The classical measles symptoms include four day fevers, the three CsA?a‚¬a€?cough, coryza (runny nose) and conjunctivitis (red eyes). HIV reduces the effectiveness of the immune system so victime is killed by any common disease or cancer, tuberculosis. Infected patients may die within three hours if medical treatment is not provided.[1] In a common scenario, the disease progresses from the first liquid stool to shock in 4 to 12 hours, with death following in 18 hours to several days, unless oral (or, in more serious cases, intravenous) rehydration therapy is provided.
When the disease becomes active, 75% of the cases are pulmonary TB, that is, TB in the lungs.
Ebola is characterized by the rapid onset of fever, malaise, muscle pain, headache, and the inflammation of the pharynx. Treatment: Vaccination, antibiotics decreases the number of bacteria but has no effect on the bacterial toxin.
If you expect to do any buschcraft work or for whatever reason you might need a quality knife, this is a good one to get. Beyond that, if you can get some actual music from time to time there’s no harm in that either. I also understand trash bags can be used instead but rain ponchos are better if you can include them.
You might also include any necessary Rx medications you or your family rely upon, at least a few days worth, if you can. I guess you could choose to toss in some old hand tools instead as they won’t take up much room if you prefer but, most of the time, a multi-tool is the way to go. In this kit I might have tried to include a larger folding shovel but I started to run out of room. Anyway, the fire-starting stuff includes things like Bic lighters, matches, a wallet Fresnel lens, fire-starting logs, and more.
That said, they can provide both lighting and another way to sustain a fire, even a bit of heat if you’re desperate.
Similarly, there are items that are not 100% necessary, such as the playing cards, books, and thermos. That, after all, is the beauty of making your own survival kits… you can include anything as you see fit. Take a tour to better understand the many tools and resources you can find here as well as what to expect in the future. If using the plastic buckets you could also direct bury them in the ground at stratigic locations along a given route if you have to hike to a safe bug out site. We gave the slingshots primarily because my wife’s family is from New Jersey, where the average person cannot just buy a gun. Depending on who you gave these buckets too they may not have a clue what to do with it and if they did what to do with the rodent they just killed. Along the same lines you can almost make a bucket for young kids too… like most plans it can grow fast. I did include a water filter (as part of the water bottle survival kit) but it never hurts to have more, especially a quality filter like the LifeStraw. Zip ties, various sizes dont take up alot of room and can be substituted for shoe laces in a pinch (small ones). I did include bic lighters (from the water bottle survival kit) and the fresnel lens is definitely a good addition. It is planned to last only 2 days and it will only affect 21 hospitals and 65 clinics in California. As I opined in a previous post, the danger to health care workers could cause widespread sick-outs. Severe precautions are already standard for dealing with an Ebola patient in hospital quarantine.


You might think that some brave and selfless doctors and nurses will still show up for work. Patients should be required to wear surgical masks to protect everyone else from their coughs and sneezes. If it mutates and becomes transmissible before symptoms show, or it goes airborne, I expect a lot of healthcare workers to re-evaluate whether they care about their paychecks. Between one-third and one-half of all cases result in death, leaving the infected patients in grave danger.
There are several goods that can be donated to aid in the treatment of sick patients, from preventing disease spread to treating those already infected. Areas with high transmission rates that are treating thousands of patients go through so many supplies that the need for donations is never-ending. Countries around the world have united in the cause of assisting the people of West Africa and fighting the Ebola virus through nonprofit agencies and service groups. As for Israel not signing it just sends red flags that Israel will do whatever Israel wants to do regarding events in the world. Remarks containing abusive and obscene language, personal attacks of any kind or promotion will be removed and the user banned. Symptoms include chest pain, coughing up blood, and a productive, prolonged cough for more than three weeks. Six days following vomiting and bloody diarrhea, individuals may develop maculopapular rash with bleeding at needle sites and bodily orifices. Improvement of coagulation factors, maintaining oxygen and blood levels, and treating any complicating infections helping to increase survival rate. Bacteria produce the toxin (poison) tetanospasmin, which is responsible for causing tetanus. Yes, there’s a lot of fire starting stuff included between this kit and the water bottle kit. Moreover, I didn’t include anything to cook foods in (such as a pot or cup) or on (such as a folding camp stove) but I guess I could improvise by using rocks or whatever. As well you could use these locations as a meeting point for family members in case you are seperated.
Moreover, depending on what your plans are you may be better off with a relatively small Rubbermaid tote bin or something similar. Zips ties and other small items like safety pins and whatnot are all great additions and would take up almost no room. The real issue here is whether Ebola strikes will spread and cause harm to the health care system across the nation.
In Asia, it is common to see people wearing this type of mask merely because they have a cold.
As soon as someone has a diagnosis of Ebola, you send them to a facility equipped and trained for that particular disease.
In addition to medical supplies and protective wear, treatment centers also request some miscellaneous items.
Donating items to charitable organizations makes the job of medical personnel possible as care continues to be given by healthcare professionals from across the globe. We have built such mistrust in our minds that it is not out of the prospect nor perception that they would in fact us such a disease to promote their agendas of depopulation. Plague, Smallpox, Influenza, Malaria, Measles, AIDS, Ebola, Tuberculosis, Cholera, Tetanus. Systemic symptoms include fever, chills, night sweats, appetite loss, weight loss, pallor, and often a tendency to fatigue very easily. A tetanus infection must be treated quickly because, left untreated, the condition can be fatal. I did point out that I didn’t include all sorts of hygiene items and rubber gloves certainly fit into that category. Training every single health care worker and hospital employee would take too long and cost too much. That could be caused by a wide range of disorders; cold, flu, infection, and numerous diseases all result in fever. If you are sick, wear the soft surgical mask to protect everyone else from your cold or flu or (in rare cases) Ebola. My hubby makes fun of me for thinking and doing prepping stuff, but I think he would change his tune in a hurry, should the SHTF! The list gets larger than the bucket im making mine 2 buckets to insure i have most if not everything i might need. The disruption to the daily functioning of hospitals and clinics, and the danger to the lives of health care workers raises the possibility of more extensive strikes. Doctors and nurses do not currently take full Ebola precautions when dealing with these ordinary patients.
This practice should be encouraged in society in general, and required in all health care facilities.



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