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Emergency First Aid: Recognition and Treatment of Medical Emergencies (Pocket Tutor Guide)by James Kavanagh
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Emergency First Aid is a pocket-sized, folding reference guide to how to recognize and respond to common medical emergencies. It will allow the user to check for vital signs and assess the severity of medical emergencies and when to call for help, how to care for victims until medical help arrives, or what to do if a situation requires immediate response (e.g., choking, emergency childbirth). In an emergency, it will quickly and simply instruct you of what you can do to help. Laminated for durability, this lightweight, pocket-sized folding guide is an excellent source of portable information. Made in the USA.
Created and printed in the USA and revised in 2012 to encompass the latest first aid procedures, this guide contains easy-to-follow instructions which allow novices to identify and respond to various emergencies. Laminated for durability, this handy guide is a great source of portable information and ideal for field use by novices and experts alike.
Explaining the essentials of emergency first aid, this is the perfect, pocket-sized folding reference for what everyone should know about the subject. Newly revised to encompass the latest first aid procedures, the guide contains easy-to-follow instructions that help novices identify and treat various conditions—from broken bones and eye injuries to heart attacks and emergency childbirth. Laminated for durability, this handy portable source of information is ideal for field use by beginners and experts alike.
About the Author
James Kavanagh is the author of more than 300 pocket guides on nature, science, travel, and languages. Raymond Leung is the illustrator of more than 300 nature and travel pocket guides.
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