5) Angie Jennings, Chris Warr
Here's a better approach.

The first thing you do when a body part becomes detached is control the bleeding.
Put direct pressure on the wound. Gather your materials. For the first part you will

1) Dermagel - at least 2 pounds
2) Plaster - at least 2 pounds
3) Plastic container for placing body part inside of
4) 2 plastic mixing bowls - preferably with measuring lines
5) Plastic cups for pouring materials
6) Duct tape
7) Metal whisk
8) Wooden mixing stick
9) Gram scale
10) Box cutter
11) Flathead screwdriver
12) An old towel
13) An assistant (optional, but highly recommended)

Before beginning to work, it helps to have a basic understanding of the properties of
the types available and the basic techniques of forming them. Wet sand or dry
concrete are suitable surfaces. Ensure that the surface is at a height that will allow
you to be comfortable when pressing down on it. Throw the material down
forcefully onto the surface. Bear down on it, using the weight of your upper body.

Do not flatten it completely. Draw it in towards you. Pull them up into a pile.

Now get a clean cloth or piece of sterile gauze, dampen it with cold water and wrap
the piece in it. Then put the wrapped appendage into a plastic bag and put the bag in
cold (preferably iced) water.

Finally, keep the body part with you. For example, don't give it to a spouse, who
might end up getting separated from you on the way to your destination.