Catherine: long traction splint w/ stick, climbing harness, ropes, gre-gre on bottom under foot.
Erin: use climbing harness as pelvic stabilizer/splint
Judy: sunglasses out of duct tape and string
Jordan (girl): climbing rope shoulder carry with 2 people
Mary: backpack sling carry with same rope contraption
Josh: cut shirt in spirals from bottom to maximize long bandage potential
Toian: take 2 logs and put shirts through both to create a litter
Kate: 2 logs and tarp for litter
Damien: rope litter using daisy chains
Jim: cut a bevel edge below syringe handle for makeshift tracheostomy
Tim: rope harness
Andre: another type of rope harness (original belay technique)
Matt: sleeping bag stuff sac used as plastic compression for abdominal avulsion
Zach: use bicycle tubing for tourniquet
Brett: camel back tube for irrigation of wounds
Mark: 3 ways to use shirt as a shoulder sling
Mike: fish hook to keep tongue from blocking airway (tie string to shirt and put patient in recovery position)
Claire: duct tape cup
Ianna: makeshift ankle/tib/fib splint with 2 sticks, shirts, and book for foot stabilization
Chrissy: makeshift leg splint with sticks
Dani: tampons for stopping bleeding in wounds, nosebleeds, water filtration and fire starting.
Jose: 2 person carry-out method by overlapping wrist holds making a box for person to sit on and then they can hold your shoulders
Garret: boil/purify water in plastic water bottle by tying it to a long stick and keep bottle moving (by rolling stick) over a fire to keep plastic from melting too much.
Steve: Nalgene head blocks
Duncan: surfboard as backboard and tether to hold c-spine
Daniel: put plastic over blister before duct tape.