Survival and the Coming Crisis - by Randal M. Bundy Copyright 2014
Medical Considerations
I will be going into further details, but for now I do want to emphasis the importance of everyone knowing basic medical knowledge.  Including Suturing Techniques.  First off, right now you should stock up on basic medical supplies which you can pick up at any department store. 

In other chapters I have mentioned the importance of establishing a general relationship with your neighbors in your community.   Within your community you will hopefully have someone who is perhaps a nurse or even a doctor.  Take care of these people and treat them well.  In the future they may very well be taking care of you and your family members.

Some of the things that I do have in a medical kit are:   Rubbing Alcohol, Witchazel,  Band-Aids, Gaze & Medical Tape,  Needle & Suturing needle and medical threat. for stitching wounds. suturing band-aids to close minor woonds,  Neosporin, Tylenol, Aspirin, Ibepropherin, Tums, (for woman: Pamperine),  If you do have actual pain killers, place these too in with your first aid kit,  Splints for a broken bone, Turnicate to stop bleeding wound,  Thermomitor for taking temperaters.  

Surgical suture
Surgical suture is a medical device used to hold body tissues together after an injury or surgery. Application generally involves using a needle with an attached length of thread. A number of different shapes, sizes, and thread materials have been developed over its millennia of history. - Read More
Remember, the wound need to be cleaned and disinfected and closed.

Simple interrupted stitch
The simple interrupted stitch is a suturing technique used to close wounds. It is the most commonly used technique in the closure of skin.[1] It is known as an interrupted stitch because the individual stitches aren't connected. Placing and tying each stitch individually is time-consuming, but this technique keeps the wound together even if one suture fails.[1] It is simple, and relatively easy to place. A surgeon’s knot or knots cross the wound perpendicularly. The knots should not be left over the wound, but placed to one side in order to allow a correct cicatrization and make the removal of the stitches easier.
Simple Interrupted Stitch
A wound before and after being closed by simple interrupted sutures, but with a central vertical mattress suture

will be continuing this soon