The image above is an engraving by James Gillray in 1802. It depicts fear of the mass inoculation to fend off the smallpox virus. It also shows bizarre transformations of people who got the inoculation. Fear of doctors in addition to illness was very common in a time when knowledge of disease and sickness was poor.
A field laboratory car, depicted above, was compact and provided a work bench and compartments for supplies and laboratory equipment. The interior was designed to allow for work while preventing breakage while the car was in motion.
An EpiPen is a long, plastic tube used to inject a dose of epinephrine or adrenalin into the thigh to stop an allergic reaction.
The image above depicts the precursor to the EpiPen. It is a self-injecting AtroPen that American troops carried in the field.
Exsanguination (i.e. bleeding to death) is the most common cause of potentially survivable death for wounded warfighters. Every soldier carries a CAT on the battlefield to provide lifesaving care to themselves or a fellow soldier.