First Medical Aid in Modern Warfare
Translation Division, Foreign Technology Division, 1966 - First aid in illness and injury - 251 pages
Contents: Characteristics of the Medical Aid in Modern Warfare; Indications and Techniques for Interventions Necessary to Save Lives of the Wounded During the Administration of Medical First Aid; Tactics of Medical First Aid in Treatment of Injuries to the Individual Areas of the Body; Characteristics and Classification of Injuries and the Surgical Treatment of Bullet Wounds; Indications and Techniques for Joint Punctures and Amputations; Techniques and Tactics of Medical First Aid for Special Injuries; and Evacuation of Wounded.
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Indications and Techniques for Interventions Necessary
Tactics of Medical First Aid in Treatment of Injuries
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administration aid station amputation ankle antibiotics antishock applied artery artificial respiration asphyxia BCHL bladder bleeding blood circulation blood losses blood transfusion blood vessels bone brace breathing bullet wounds burns cannula casualties catheter caused clavicle compression bandage contaminated cotton Cramer's splint damage defibrillation divisional edge evacuation fingers forceps forearm fractures given head hemorrhages immediately immobilization incision injection interventions intravenous large blood vessels layer ligature liquids located lower jaw lung massage medical aid medical first aid medical station method mouth muscles neck needle is inserted oxygen patients pelvis placed plasma pneumothorax pocket bandage pressure bandage prevent procaine puncture removed rescuer respiratory resuscitation rolled bandage shock side skin Sodium bromate soft tissues solution of procaine spine sterile stomach stop stretcher stump sulfamide surgical treatment suture symptoms syringe tampon thigh thorax tion tongue tourniquet tracheotomy treated tube unconscious upper urethra vein victim vomit windpipe