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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2010 2:25 pm 
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Hi Guys , I need some help

What of the following was available to the German medic / field hospital ?

1/.Which Pain killers , ie morphine ?

2/. Plasma ?

3/. Antibiotics ?

4/. Where would all of the above be situated ie , with the Sani , the doctor , at the aid post or at the hospital ?

This may sound obvious to some :oops: but as much detail would be appreciated

many thanks , Jason , Many Fronts Living History


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 11:07 pm 
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I'm pretty sure what ever Bayer made in the 30s/40s sanis had lol


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 11:53 pm 
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Ideally the truppen- and hauptverbandplatz had the following medicaments available:
Anaesthesia preparation

* Dilaudid-Atropine
* Morphine
* Scopolamine

Local anaesthesia

* Novocain -Suprarenin
* Ethyl chloride

General anaesthesia

* Chloroform pro narcosi
* Ether pro narcosi
* Eukodal
* Evipan-Natrium
* Scopolamine-Eukodal-Ephetonin

Cardiovascular drugs

* Caffeine salicylate
* Cardiazol
* Dl-camphor
* Digoxin
* Lobelin
* Strophantine

The standard tablet box featured in many of the standard sets. It contained the following medicines (in tablet form):

* Atebrin (anti-malarial)
* Acetylsalicylic Acid (Aspirin)
* Atropine
* Bismuth Subgallate (anti-emetic)
* Boric Acid (antiseptic)
* Caffeine
* Cardiazol
* Cocaine
* Codeine
* Diethylaminophenazone (anti-pyretic)
* Diethylbarbituric Acid (Barbitol)
* Digoxin
* Eukodal
* Hexamethylentetramin (urinary infection)
* Ipecac. Opiate (emetic)
* Mercury Chloride (Calomel)
* Morphine
* Opium
* Quinine (Antiseptic)
* Tannalbin (Anti-diarrhorea)
* Vaseline
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I don't think the Germans were big on the use of plasma, transfusions using a Tzanck apparatus was the preferred method. Certainly looking at the contents of the Sanitätsausrüstung Satz ‘c’ issued to a hauptverbandplatz, there is no mention of any blood transfusion equipment other than the Tzanck apparatus.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:00 am 
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Hi Feldjager

Can,t thank you enough for this :D

Many thanks , Jason , Many fronts Living History , AFRA members


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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2011 11:42 pm 
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Feldjager wrote:
Ideally the truppen- and hauptverbandplatz had the following medicaments available:
Anaesthesia preparation

* Dilaudid-Atropine
* Morphine
* Scopolamine

Local anaesthesia

* Novocain -Suprarenin
* Ethyl chloride

General anaesthesia

* Chloroform pro narcosi
* Ether pro narcosi
* Eukodal
* Evipan-Natrium
* Scopolamine-Eukodal-Ephetonin

Cardiovascular drugs

* Caffeine salicylate
* Cardiazol
* Dl-camphor
* Digoxin
* Lobelin
* Strophantine

The standard tablet box featured in many of the standard sets. It contained the following medicines (in tablet form):

* Atebrin (anti-malarial)
* Acetylsalicylic Acid (Aspirin)
* Atropine
* Bismuth Subgallate (anti-emetic)
* Boric Acid (antiseptic)
* Caffeine
* Cardiazol
* Cocaine
* Codeine
* Diethylaminophenazone (anti-pyretic)
* Diethylbarbituric Acid (Barbitol)
* Digoxin
* Eukodal
* Hexamethylentetramin (urinary infection)
* Ipecac. Opiate (emetic)
* Mercury Chloride (Calomel)
* Morphine
* Opium
* Quinine (Antiseptic)
* Tannalbin (Anti-diarrhorea)
* Vaseline

so, what I made red......is that for pain or just for fun??!?!?!?! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2011 7:08 am 
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I believe it was used as a topical anaesthetic in surgical procedures on the eye and nose, as well as in spinal anaesthesia. Whether it was misused as a recreational drug, I don't know.

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PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2011 7:00 pm 
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so, what I made red......is that for pain or just for fun??!?!?!?!

you missed out a couple more on the list. Feldjager ran the FG82 unit, i have been a past memeber and have seen all the sani items, Feldjager (Dave) now runs the LHA, if you want info he's the man to ask!!!!!!!!!!!! remember he's been doing this for along time and his knowledge goes beyond book 1 with 50 pages.


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PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2011 10:51 pm 
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Feldjager wrote:
I believe it was used as a topical anaesthetic in surgical procedures on the eye and nose, as well as in spinal anaesthesia. Whether it was misused as a recreational drug, I don't know.

By itself?
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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2011 4:56 pm 
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see my article cocaine in ww2


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2011 6:22 pm 
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post a link sir

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 8:00 am 
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Aviable drugs for enlisted men in medical service.

Krankenträger /streecher carrier
*Only Bandages no drugs

Sanitätssoldat (Enlisted Men Medic)
Aviable for the Sanitätssoldat (enlisted Men medic)

* Acid. acetylosalicyl. 0,5g (Acidum acetylosalicylicum/aspirin) (in round aluminum tube)
* Alkalische Augenfarbe - Alkaline eye ointment (in 10 ccm foi
* Augensalbe - Eye antiseptic ointment (in foil tube)
* Baldriantinktur - valerian tincture
* Borsalbe - Boric ointment (in foil tube)
* Cardiazol 0,1g (in round aluminum tube)
* Frostheilsalbe/Frostschutzsalbe - Frost bite ointment (in foil tube)
* Fußschweiß-Salbe - Foot perspiration ointment (in foil tube)
* Jodtinktur - Tincture of iodine (2-4ccm bottles in paper box)
* Lebertransalbe (30%) - Cod liver oil ointment (in foil tube )
* Menthol-Eucalyptus Ampullen - Sealed vial (Ampoule) of Menthol-Eucalyptus
* Mückensalbe - Mosquito repellant ointment (in foil tube)
* Natr. bicarbonic 0,1g (Natrium) (10 tablets/1g in round aluminum tube)
* Rhiz. Rhei. 0,5g (Rhizoma/Rhubarb pills) 0,5g
* Salizylsalbe (2 %) Fußheilsalbe
* Sepso Tinktur - Iodine (found in glass tubes)

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