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Long Island New York Fire Fighters supporting the wounded military men and women
Slide show of Operation Wounded Warrior 2006 where the 1st Battalion Volunteer fire departments of Long Island N.Y. Traveled nearly 1200 miles round trip to bring care packages to thw Wounded Marines and soldiers of Camp Lejuene N.C. and Bathesda Maryland.
I was inspired after awatching the BBC1s Power To The People Program about how wounded British troops are treated. I then decided to create this video in honor of the wounded Troops out there.
Using Smooth-Cast 300 by Smooth-On to make hard molds for creating fake wounds and scars with Skin Tite silicone rubber.
Dr Reed Rutter Alien Encounter (5) - Bullet Wounds
A very useful tip - how to stop bleeding from minor wounds and cuts instantly , in your home, a life saving skill
Soldier wounded in roadside bomb in Baghdad RawIRAQ****
Whatever you think about the war, we all support the troops. Help a soldier in need and give to Laptops for the Wounded.
Healthmarkets is one of America's leading providers foe health insurance to the self employed. Healthmarkets recognizes the tremendous sacrifice of our men and women in the armed forces who have ventured into the war zone in order to keep America and its citizens (us) safe from foreign threats. Accordingly, Healthmarkets has proudly joined forces with the Wounded Soldier Project. Healthmarkets has donated $48K thus far and looks forward to continuing its affiliation with the Wounded Soldiers project.
If you have stubborn wounds that won't heal, hyperbaric oxygen treatment may make a big difference. This video shows what a patient would experience, what kinds of wounds are most appropriate for this treatment and how to make an appointment.(425) 673-3380
*******www.wcei**** and the Wound Care Education Institute provides Wound Care Certification courses to nurses, physicians, and therapists. This course prepares those that take the class to sit for the WCC Credentialing Examination.
The Crittenton Wound Healing Center is part of a Nationwide Network of Wound Healing Centers that heals thousands of patients with chronic wounds each year. Our clinicians have state-of-the-art training by nationally recognized wound care experts. We are committed to improving our patients quality of life! Contact us at: (248) 652-5454 or *******www.crittentonwoundhealingcenter****/