Wilderness First Responder, 2nd Edition by Buck Tilton
Wilderness First Responder is a comprehensive text for the recognition, treatment, and prevention of wilderness emergencies. It's essential reading for wilderness educators, trip leaders, guides, search and rescue groups, and anyone who works or plays far from definitive medical care.
This invaluable resource includes expert, step-by-step instructions, clear illustrations, and "Signs and Symptoms" sidebars designed to help you provide immediate care in the wilderness - whenever you are more than an hour away from an ambulance or a hospital. You'll learn how to conduct a patient assessment, improvise when ideal materials are not handy, and decide whether or not to evacuate a patient.
Learn how to assess and treat:
• Airway obstructions
• Cardiac arrest
• External and internal bleeding
• Spine injuries
• Head injuries
• Chest injuries
• Abdominal injuries
• Fractures and dislocations
• Athletic injuries
• Soft-tissue injuries
• Cold- or heat-induced injuri es
• Altitude sickness
• Insect bites and stings
• Diabetic emergencies
• Poisoning emergencies
• Allergic reactions and anaphylaxis
and much, much more
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