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A polar grabbed me unexpectedly and repeatedly slashed my body,,I could not move after my buddy shot it, i was broke in 4 differ

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  • rudyglove27
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    SPOT satellite tracker for emergency!

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  • rudyglove27
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    SPOT satellite tracker for emergency!

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  • rudyglove27
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    SPOT satelite tracker for emergency.

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  • jcmesq
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    Medassist!

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  • afyffe8600
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    I got Verizon, we would be covered

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  • kylepountney
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    gps or sattle phone

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  • backcountrybeagle
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    You guys all sound like adds for the SPOT satellite thing

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  • lovetohunt
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    If i did not have Spot i would start walking.

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  • huntergatherer
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    I've taken wilderness first aid courses from teh Wilderness Medicine Institute because I had similar questions. What do you do when you or someone you are with is injured in a remote area? The answer has already been mentioned above. Stabilize first and worry about evacuation second. After stabilization, then plan to leave the area. It may take days, so you continue to monitor the ABCs of the person and keep moving, and rest when you need to. A fatigued, sick, or injured rescuer is a threat to you and others.

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  • wally
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    Stop the bleeding. Either use direct pressure, pressure points at the artery, or last chance a tourniquet. Call for help is the first thing after killing the animal. Try and keep you warm so you don't go into shock. Don't give you anything to drink. Assess the whole area of damaged tissue to determine the need for suiture (expedient if possible, not arterial bleeding).

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  • CPT BRAD
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    First things first KILL WHATEVER IS CAUSING THE BLEEDING. then you can apply whatever life saving tips these other guys recommend, my recomendation is to shoot it repeatedly with heavy bullets before it puts a paw on you....Just my oppinion

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  • texasfirst
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    IF we're 165 miles from the nearest anything, we likely have a rendezvous point to meet the airplane, where we were dropped off probably. First things first. Polar bear is dead, immediate threat is eliminated. Check for breathing, stop the bleeding, protect the wound and treat for shock. If I don't attend to these, yer a goner. Then we worry about getting you out. As per this SPOT thing, I guess I have to google it... Any gadget that gets us picked up ASAP wins its way into my bag on a dangerous, remote hunt, to be sure!

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  • Christian Emter
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    I f you had a cell phone with reception. Or get the newest thing the SPOT tracking device.

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  • kjflorian
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    Very good points above. I am in the health field so I would do what I can to stabilize the person, then use the SPOT.

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  • Elmer Fry III
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    just pray to god you get found and live.

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