Field care and transportation of the injured: a manual for the training of rescue workers, medical auxiliaries, ambulance drivers and attendants and stretcher bearers
U.S. G.P.O., 1943 - Health & Fitness - 117 pages
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EMERGENCY FIELD CARE
Principles of BandagingContinued
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air raid ankles applied artificial respiration asphyxia baking soda blanket bleeding blister gas bombs breathing broken backs burns carbon monoxide Casualty Receiving Hospitals Casualty Station chest Chief of Emergency Chiefs of Rescue Citizens Defense Corps Civilian Defense clothing clove hitch contaminated Control Center cravat bandage depots dispatched dressing drivers and attendants Emergency Medical Service equipment eyes fold foot fracture gas masks gases gauze half-hitch hand handling head hips hot water bottles identification tag improvised inches Incident Officer injured person injured side injury knees legs lift limb loading lower Mobile Medical Team move necessary neck Office of Civilian organs patient pelvis phosgene phosphorus physician pole position prevent protection removed Rescue Service rescue workers secure shock shoulders sitting-case cars skin sling sodium hypochlorite splints sterile gauze stretcher bearers Stretcher Teams thighs tion tourniquet traction splint transportation triangular bandage U. S. Citizens Defense vehicles Warden wire wound