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If you want to stock up on anti-biotics for post SHTF, you should look into fish meds. In most cases, they are human grade, they simply aren't licensed or packaged for human consumption. Best part, you don't need a prescription.

Here is a place where a doctor talks about stocking fish meds for SHTF;

http://www.doomandbloom.net/2011/10/fish...lapse.html


Anti-biotic use;

http://www.doomandbloom.net/2011/11/anti...art-1.html


Just a bit about expiration dates;

http://www.doomandbloom.net/2011/10/the-...dates.html



Here is what the doctor says about himself and his wife, who is a nurse.

"Besides being a licensed medical physician for more than 25 years, I am a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American College of OB/GYN. Nurse Amy is an A.R.N.P and Certified Nurse-Midwife with a Masters degree in Science and Nursing. Our only purpose is to identify all the options available to the preparedness community for stockpiling needed medications for when medical help is NOT on the way.

We do not promote the use of Rx medications purchased over the internet which are most likely being used in place of our current medical system. If you have a medical condition it is common sense to have a LOCAL medical professional evaluate your symptoms in person and prescribe an appropriate medication for you, and follow-up care as needed. Nothing can replace a real visit to a medical facility while they still are available.
Thanks,
Dr. Bones (Dr Joseph Alton) and Nurse Amy (Amy Alton, ARNP, CNM, MSN)"


Justin

I just realized that this was discussed in the doom and bloom book thread a bit, so I apologize for the duplicity. However, I think it is an important enough topic to warrant its own thread, and the references are the same people that wrote that book.

Justin
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Fish meds fish meds, roly poly fish meds! Fish meds fish meds eat them up yum!

Wink

Sorry, I couldn't resist.
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#3
Be very very careful not to misuse your antibiotics. If you manage to create a super bug infection in yourself in a SHTF scenario due to not taking enough antibiotics long enough, you will be well and truly screwed.

If it's contagious, everyone in your posse could also be screwed.

So that's the question i would have- how do you know how long is a sufficient time/dose to kill the infecton fully, to ensure that there are no super survivors?
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(09-18-2012, 12:18 PM)Valorius Wrote: Be very very careful not to misuse your antibiotics. If you manage to create a super bug infection in yourself in a SHTF scenario due to not taking enough antibiotics long enough, you will be well and truly screwed.

If it's contagious, everyone in your posse could also be screwed.

So that's the question i would have- how do you know how long is a sufficient time/dose to kill the infecton fully, to ensure that there are no super survivors?

Go buy one of these.

http://www.amazon.com/Physicians-Desk-Re...1563638134

When you go to a doctors office and they don't know what the fuck you have or what drug to use, when they send the assistant to check your vital and the doctor goes back to his/her office they crack open this book. They also use this book when a patient mentions a drug they've never heard of. It also includes information on setting dosages. It's bigger than a phone book and contains info on practically every drug known to man. You can usually pick up an older edition pretty cheap. Libraries always have them if you want to look before buying too.
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Awesome, thanks. I'll be ordering one of those for sure. Smile
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(09-18-2012, 12:34 PM)Valorius Wrote: Awesome, thanks. I'll be ordering one of those for sure. Smile


Be warned though, it's written mostly in doctor-speak it's one of those books where sometimes you need another dictionary on the table, preferably a medical terminology one while you read it for us mortals who didn't go to med school.
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My GF is a nurse. She should be able to decipher it, but i'll double check with her before i buy it.
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#8
For antibiotic dosing, the physician desk reference is definitely a good choice.

As a side note, for those allergic to Penicillin and other -cillins, Clindamycin is a good alternative and comes from the fish factory as well.

*Note: all medical discussion for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice or take the place of your own medical professional.
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Cal vet supply is where I get amoxacylin for . . . my fish.
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(09-18-2012, 11:55 AM)streaker69 Wrote: Fish meds fish meds, roly poly fish meds! Fish meds fish meds eat them up yum!

Wink

Sorry, I couldn't resist.


Took a fish med out to see a movie....didn't have to pay to get...it...in!
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