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Posted: 10/11/2013 4:50:50 PM EST
What household remedies could you use to stop an injury from bleeding?
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Superglue
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Soldering Iron...
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Welding torch.
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bleach
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Electrical tape.
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[Last Edit: 10/11/2013 4:56:16 PM EST by GarandM1]
Is this one of those "GD, I cut off my hand shot myself in the back. What do I do now?" threads?

Edited to reflect the post below.
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Originally Posted By wally910:
Superglue
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Probably not going to work. Suppose the injury is round in shape, and in your back?

What's a good way to seal something like that up?
Link Posted: 10/11/2013 4:54:10 PM EST
Tampons can plug bullet holes alright.
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Potato
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Stapler
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Originally Posted By GrandfatherCoyote:
Welding torch.
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I'm only guessing here, but I'm thinking that would make things worse.
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Originally Posted By GovtThug:


Probably not going to work. Suppose the injury is round in shape, and in your back?

What's a good way to seal something like that up?
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Originally Posted By GovtThug:
Originally Posted By wally910:
Superglue


Probably not going to work. Suppose the injury is round in shape, and in your back?

What's a good way to seal something like that up?



Gun powder. Match. Yeeeaaaarggghhhhh. Done.


/Rambo
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Reading Game of Thrones.

Super-hot knife (and all the milk of the poppy you can drink).
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A cork.
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Depends
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Originally Posted By GovtThug:


Probably not going to work. Suppose the injury is round in shape, and in your back?

What's a good way to seal something like that up?
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Originally Posted By GovtThug:
Originally Posted By wally910:
Superglue


Probably not going to work. Suppose the injury is round in shape, and in your back?

What's a good way to seal something like that up?


Yup, get close with your feminine side and stick a tampon in the bleeding hole.
Link Posted: 10/11/2013 4:56:01 PM EST
direct pressure is a pretty good time tested method
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Mud.
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camo duct tape
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I'm only guessing here, but I'm thinking that would make things worse.
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Originally Posted By GovtThug:
Originally Posted By GrandfatherCoyote:
Welding torch.


I'm only guessing here, but I'm thinking that would make things worse.


I thought he meant if HE was bleeding, and I had to stop it.

If it's ME, direct pressure or CAT, circumstances depending.
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Vasoline
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Originally Posted By Renegade13B:
Tampons can plug bullet holes alright.
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Pressure.

The body has normal clotting mechanisms including platelet aggregation and fibrin.

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[Last Edit: 10/11/2013 4:58:11 PM EST by DamascusKnifemaker]
I keep a field surgical kit in my bag. I've stitched myself up with it on more than one occasion.
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Sugar

I thought everyone watched "Shooter".
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Rag or paper towel wrapped in duct tape or electrical tape. I've done it before, it does work. I have no idea how to replicate QuikClot using common materials if that's what the question is.
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[Last Edit: 10/11/2013 4:59:40 PM EST by Boyk1182]
Tourniquet around the waist
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Towels, gauze, paper towels, napkins, tissues, super glue, staples, etc.
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Walking it off
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Maybe we should just stop changing the bandage and give it a chance to clot up. Sound ok?
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CAT to the neck stops all the bleeding

How deep, where is it exactly. Lung puctured? How bad is it bleeding?

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I'm thinking there is a story here...
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All bleeding eventually stops.
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Originally Posted By JakeMetzger:
Rag or paper towel wrapped in duct tape or electrical tape. I've done it before, it does work. I have no idea how to replicate QuikClot using common materials if that's what the question is.
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That's kinda what the question is.
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Originally Posted By detacbob:
All bleeding eventually stops.
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That's what I'm afraid of.
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Puncture?
Laceration?

Pressure is your best bet, then if it won't stop you're gonna need stitches.
Link Posted: 10/11/2013 5:06:20 PM EST
Direct pressure followed by hydrocolloid bandages have saved me from stitches many, many, times.
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gunpowder & match
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tea bags, ice, direct pressure, what kind of wound?
Link Posted: 10/11/2013 5:09:28 PM EST
Flour or corn starch can aid in the clotting.
Modern tampons are not good for bullet holes. They are designed to absorb blood without it clotting.
Link Posted: 10/11/2013 5:09:41 PM EST
Spider webs.
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Ground black pepper.
It is going to hurt, but you knew that..
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Fuck it. It'l clot up eventually, right?
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Did you shoot your mom through the basement ceiling?
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Originally Posted By joker1:
Flour or corn starch can aid in the clotting.
Modern tampons are not good for bullet holes. They are designed to absorb blood without it clotting.
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Baking a cake
Link Posted: 10/11/2013 5:11:23 PM EST
A tourniquet.


Tourniquet is always the answer.

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Originally Posted By GovtThug:
Fuck it. It'l clot up eventually, right?
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Pics.
Link Posted: 10/11/2013 5:12:12 PM EST
Try putting your head in a vise.

If that doesn't work, sprinkle some baby powder in the hallway.
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