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ZOMBIE

APOCALYPSE
SURVIVAL GUIDE
NEMATODES
INFECTION occur when consumed contaminated INFECTION
BACTERIA food with ascaris eggs. PREVENTION
causes the diseases in human’s body cause ascariasis, trichuriasis, and
wash your hands often
such as food poisoning, diarrhea, hookworm disease.
get vaccinated
muscle aches, fever and coughing.
PROTISTS Eat well-cooked food
VIRUS can get into human by the direct and clean water
causes nonsevere disease such as contact from the animal or insect
influenza, and fever through the biting process.
causes life threatening disease such caused the giardiasis which is the
as Ebola and HIV/AIDS etc. diseases occur intestine.

MOST COMMON WAYS PEOPLE GET SICK: BACTERIA FROM UNTREATED WATER & POOR HAND HYGIENE

PURIFY WATER
DESALINATE WATER BY
BOILING
SOLAR DISTILLATION
Heat up the water to Collect salt water in a bowl or container.
kill the bacteria Place a cup or smaller container in the
left at rolling-boil for 1-3 center.
Cover the bowl with plastic wrap
minutes. Place a rock or weight in the center of the
left boiled water to plastic wrap.
cool before drinking. Place the saltwater bowl in direct sunlight.

FOOD
FOR A BALANCED DIET
5 portions of fruit and veg a day
base meals on starchy foods
eat some protein
eat small amount of unsaturated oils
drink plenty of fluids

FOOD RECOMMENDATIONS
BEEF JERKY BANANAS
last long, portable carbs and calories
POTATO COCONUT
emergency weapon to stun
best emergency weapon to stun
the zombie
the zombie
KALE
enhances digestion

OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS:
HONEY
last forever

PEANUT BUTTER & OATS


long lasting, easy to eat, no need refrigeration

ENERGY/GRANOLA BARS
ready-to-go for quick fuel in emergency
SURVIVAL PACK

FIRST AID
1. General guidelines for common injuries
i. Fever, broken bone, lacerations, pulled muscles.
(a) Fever
- Stay hydrated, drink a lot of water
- Get enough sleep/rest.
- Optional: take Ibuprofen to reduce fever
(b) Broken bone
- Stop the bleeding on the wound
- Stay still, and immobilise in the injured area
- Reduce swollen area with ice
(c) Pulled muscle
- Applying an elastic bandage, sling, or splint to protect the area where
you got muscle strain.
- Rest the muscle for a day (no move)
- Reduce swollen area with ice for 2-3 days
(d) Lacerations
- Apply pressure directly on the wound to stop the bleeding
- Clean the wound with clean water
- Take antibiotic pills in case of infection
- Stitch the wound and wrap the wound with bandage or gauze

CPR
- Place your hands, one on top of the other, in the middle of the chest.
- Use your body weight to help you administer compressions that are at
least 2 inches deep and delivered at a rate of at least 100 compressions per
minute.
- Deliver rescue breaths. With the person's head tilted back slightly and the
chin lifted, pinch the nose shut and place your mouth over the person's
mouth to make a complete seal. Blow into the person's mouth to make the
chest rise. Deliver two rescue breaths, then continue compressions.

Sources
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/roundworm/
https://www.redcross.org/take-a-class/cpr/performing-cpr/cpr-steps
https://bugoutbagacademy.com/13-survival-kit-list-items/
https://www.wikihow.com/Turn-Salt-Water-Into-Drinking-Water
https://www.amtaorg.com/Water_Desalination_Processes.html
https://www.schultzsoftwater.com/blog/4-methods-to-purify-your-water
https://www.pugetsound.edu/student-life/counseling-health-and-
wellness/health-topics/preventing-the-spread-of-infec/

BY PAIR, EARN, HUI, PAO