If the contamination hazard is that critical use alcohol for the starch wetting agent of course. Or povidone iodine. You can also use that as an weak adhesive by itself.If you put anything on your face to use as a “glue”, you just adhered any bio hazard onto and into your skin.
I really don't think I'm going to glue anything to my face, to be honest.If the contamination hazard is that critical use alcohol for the starch wetting agent of course. Or povidone iodine. You can also use that as an weak adhesive by itself.
Additionally, though it will look weird, povidone iodine is the cats meow for those contaminated places like the edges of the nail beds when you don't have a scrub brush and antiseptic soap handy.
The world is wall to wall problems. The fun part is finding solutions for them.
Thinking outside the box is often optional in clinical situations but mandatory outside of them.
I like how he makes it seem so dire, yet a week ago, tourism was still booming.Not sure to do what, but the guv down here wants retired LE and health workers to volunteer...
Give it some serious thought. That mask stays in place and does NOT MOVE. If you have to adjust it, tweak it around or whatever, you stand a good chance you contaminated it and removing it later can be much more difficult.I really don't think I'm going to glue anything to my face, to be honest.
What's backfillTodays FDNY advisory
Any currently cert' EMT or P on the Fire side of the house, will immediately report to the EMS side of the house for backfill duty.
I wonder how long before FDNY puts out a call for recently retired FDNY to come back to work...
Sounds very FD. But if you think about it, their flexibility strongly lends to effectiveness. I'm thinking of when I was a seasonal on wildland fires and how they would play musical chairs with the people power to get boots on the ground where it was needed most as fast as possible. I bounced from brush axe to supply delivery to quick attack to EMT back up.If/when there's an open slot in the EMS schedule, you pull "qualified" people from elsewhere in the department to fill that slot.