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This book is based on the complete official US ARMY First Aid Manual.Obviously it is the very best. No matter how much you research- no matter how much you spend- there cannot be a better first aid manual than this one. Now updated with militaryMoreThis book is based on the complete official US ARMY First Aid Manual.Obviously it is the very best. No matter how much you research- no matter how much you spend- there cannot be a better first aid manual than this one. Now updated with military first aid information from US Army, also Canada, Australia and U.K. Now also with extra photos and drawings. Also completely optimized for kindle with clickable search functions.250 pages.It is a complete and detailed manual. Based on 400 years experience.Easy to read.Excellent for car accidents, stings,bites, psychology, nuclear etcEvery person should have this information on their kindle in their car.CHAPTER 1. FUNDAMENTAL CRITERIA FOR FIRST AID1-1. General1-2. Terminology1-3. Understanding Vital Body Functions or First Aid.1-4. Adverse Conditions.1-5. Basics of First Aid1-6. Evaluating a CasualtyCHAPTER 2. BASIC MEASURES FOR FIRST AID2-1. GeneralSection I. Open the Airway and Restore Breathing.2-2. Breathing Process2-3. Assessment of and Positioning the Casualty2-4. Opening the Airway of an Unconscious or not Beathing Casualty2-5. Rescue Breathing (Artificial Respiration).2-6. Preliminary Steps—All Rescue Breathing Methods2-7. Mouth-to-Mouth Method2-8. Mouth-to-Nose Method .2-9. Heartbeat .......................2-10. Airway Obstructions.....2-11. Opening the Obstructe Airway—Conscious asualty2-12. Opening the Obstructed Airway—Casualty LyingDown or UnconsciousSection II. Stop the Bleeding and Protect the Wound2-13. General2-14. Clothing2-15. Entrance and Exit Wounds2-16. Field Dressing2-17. Manual Pressure2-18. Pressure Dressing2-19. Digital Pressure2-20. TourniquetSection III. Check for Shock and Administer FirstAid Measures2-21. General2-22. Causes and Effects2-23. Signs and Symptoms of Shock2-24. First Aid Measures for ShockCHAPTER 3. FIRST AID FOR SPECIFIC INJURIES3-1. General3-2. Head, Neck, and Facial Injuries3-3. General First Aid Measures3-4. Chest Wounds3-5. First Aid for Chest Wounds3-6. Abdominal Wounds3-7. First Aid for Abdominal Wounds3-8. Burn Injuries3-9. First Aid for Burns3-10. Dressings and Bandages3-11. Shoulder Bandage3-12. Elbow Bandage3-10. Dressings and Bandages3-13. Hand Bandage3-14. Leg (Upper and Lower) Bandage.3-15. Knee Bandage3-16. Foot BandageCHAPTER 4. FIRST AID FOR FRACTURES4-1. General4-2. Kinds of Fractures4-3. Signs and Symptoms of Fractures4-4. Purposes of Immobilizing Fractures4-5. Splints, Padding, Bandages, Slings, and Swathes4-6. Procedures for Splinting Suspected Fractures4-7. Upper Extremity Fractures4-8. Lower Extremity Fractures4-9. Jaw, Collarbone, and Shoulder Fractures4-10. Spinal Column Fractures4-11. Neck FracturesCHAPTER 5. FIRST AID FOR CLIMATIC INJURIES5-1. General5-2. Heat Injuries5-3. Cold InjuriesCHAPTER 6. FIRST AID FOR BITES AND STINGS6-1. General6-2. Types of Snakes6-3. Snakebites6-4. Human or Animal Bites6-5. Marine (Sea) Animals6-6. Insect (Arthropod) Bites and Stings6-7. First Aid for Bites and StingsCHAPTER 7. FIRST AID IN A NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, ANDCHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT7-1. General 7-8.