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Wounds & Sutures
#1
Tongue 
A few videos with sutures;  normal , crazy glue, duc tape ... closer to bottom of page.
( of course they want you to buy a kit, but the vids are good )
All good things to learn , esp if needed.

https://www.skilledsurvival.com/suture-kit/

https://youtu.be/TFwFMav_cpE
https://youtu.be/kuYsMI0dfmM
https://youtu.be/iWDn_ToZ_aA
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#2
Excellent video on stitching up a basic cut/wound.  Well worth watching to make the best knots and stitch for the best closure.

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#3
Always good to have knowledge in this area.  Never know when you'll be called upon to act.
Governmental dependance makes for poor self reliance.

"What could possibly go wrong with a duct tape boat?"  Cody Lundin

The best defense against evil men are good men with violent skill sets.
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#4
Something else to consider: https://smile.amazon.com/Ever-Ready-Firs...nd+stapler

We used stables on lots of head lacerations when the patient was drunk and uncooperative. Stables go in fast and since they are semi-numb from their life choice, we were able to quickly help them with their problem and prevent a poor choice from being even a worst. Although, this type of closure usually leaves a nasty little scare, but if it is in the hair line, doesn't matter as much.
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