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Ambush Master
01-01-2013, 23:29
What/How.....is the best way to remove it post injury? Yes it's me and I really don't want to start the show all over again!! It's been close to 48hrs since it was applied, Syd or any 18D's, give a shout!! Edited to ADD any EMTs also (Sdiver)!!!

Later
Martin

JJ_BPK
01-02-2013, 06:19
What/How.....is the best way to remove it post injury? Yes it's me

Heal quickly Martin,, Hope all is well..

Brush Okie
01-02-2013, 07:50
Just take it off like you would any bandage. No trick to it. I just double checked with the other half. She has been an RN for 20+ years. If it is stuck wet it down with saline first.

kgoerz
01-02-2013, 08:52
Oh. thought this was a thread about our hopes for Hillary. My bad.

Team Sergeant
01-02-2013, 15:45
What/How.....is the best way to remove it post injury? Yes it's me and I really don't want to start the show all over again!! It's been close to 48hrs since it was applied, Syd or any 18D's, give a shout!! Edited to ADD any EMTs also (Sdiver)!!!

Later
Martin

Where did ya shoot yourself? :munchin

swatsurgeon
01-02-2013, 17:52
Which form of the stuff did you use... The combat gauze or the first generation powder/granules or the tea bag?????

PSM
01-02-2013, 19:36
Where did ya shoot yourself? :munchin

Is there a Wounded Old Soldier Fund we can donate to? :confused: ;)

Pat

The Reaper
01-02-2013, 20:30
Just take it off like you would any bandage. No trick to it. I just double checked with the other half. She has been an RN for 20+ years. If it is stuck wet it down with saline first.

If it is the first gen product, wetting it down is an extremely bad idea, unless you want your flesh cooked further.

What have you done, hermano? Another skydiving incident, or a motorcycle crash this time?

TR