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Wilderness Medicine: Beyond First Aid by Dr. William Forgey
Nothing takes the place of a hands-on course in first aid, and knowing how to do CPR properly or suture a wound is something best learned by practicing. However, when it comes to preparation and survival, it’s impossible to know everything, and that’s when a great First Aid manual is needed.
Wilderness Medicine: Beyond First Aid is a terrific book to have on your shelves or in your bug-out bag. Dr. William Forgey covers all of the basics of emergency medicine in a clear, concise, and easy to follow along manner. The book is well illustrated and contains step-by-step drawings.
Learn how to-
-Pack a good First Aid Kit, and know how to use each item.
-Survey, Assess and stabilize the victim in an emergency situation.
-Identify and Treat Shock
-Suture a Wound
-Treat Burns and Blisters
-Assess and set broken bones
-Identify Snakes and Spiders, and treat their bites
-Treat dehydration, heat stroke or hypothermia
-Administer CPR and deal with Cardiac Arrest
Whether you are in the wild, miles from help, or in a city during an emergency situation, if help is not on the way, it’s up to you to take care of yourself and your loved ones.
Wilderness Medicine: Beyond First Aid was written with the lay person without a medical degree in mind. But that doesn’t mean it was dumbed down. Dr Forgey doesn’t waste time teaching you how to wash your hands; he teaches you how to save a life.
Tuck this little information packed book into your first aid kit.
Wilderness Medicine, 6th: Beyond First Aid