Publisher: US Army Medical Department 2002
Number of pages: 224
This manual meets the first aid training needs of individual service members. Because medical personnel will not always be readily available, the nonmedical service members must rely heavily on their own skills and knowledge of life-sustaining methods to survive on the integrated battlefield.
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by Jon Dallimore - Preppers
This text about injuries on expeditions covers the following topics: Approach to the injured casualty; Resuscitation; Disorders of consciousness; Wound care; Wound infections; Burns; Bone and joint problems; Pain management.
by Kimberley Chawla - Smashwords
Do's, Don'ts and handy practical tips in the absence of medical aid make this manual an absolutely essential part of a person's home. Easy to read, bulleted points and basic to do charts throughout the manual makes access to knowledge quick and easy.
by Ronald A. Bergman - Anatomy Atlases
A first aid manual that is anatomically and medically correct. It conveys descriptions in anatomical language and graphic illustrations necessary to perform first aid and to communicate with those providing subsequent medical treatment.
by Dan Wolfe - Smashwords
This handbook is designed to provide concise information regarding management of patients in austere environments. This work is a 'quick reference' and is not meant to provide detailed discussions of physiological events.