I will give you a warning here, the following is going to show injuries and wounds, if you are weak of stomach or vomit easily you may want to skip this one.
In a SHTF situation, or you just don’t have the money to go to the doctor, there are ways you can take care of yourself in a medical situation. Superglue is used in hospitals and Dr offices in place of sutures (stitches), the idea is to keep the skin together long enough to heal.
This video is specifically for head wounds involving just the skin, obviously if you cracked your skull, or are missing a chunk of scalp, I don’t think superglue will be much help.
Before we get to the video, a quick disclaimer, we aren’t doctors or medical professionals, no one here on this site are responsible for anything you do or try yourself as a result of seeing or reading anything here, if you are injured, it is best to go see a doctor, call 911, or seek out reputable medical help.
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