Standard First Aid
This manual, used in the American Red Cross Standard First Aid course, outlines medical emergency treatments. Included are techniques to assist victims of choking, heart attacks, strokes, seizures, wounds, shock, burns, poisoning, bites, extremes of heat or cold, and sudden illnesses. Updates 1973 edition.
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If a Person Is Not Breathing
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