3 edition of Pocket Reference for Emergency Care in the Wilderness Setting found in the catalog.
Pocket Reference for Emergency Care in the Wilderness Setting
Joseph A Grafft
August 11, 2008
by Prentice Hall
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
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Reference Type: Book Record Number: 6 Author: Forgey, William W Year: Title: Wilderness Medical Society Practice Guidelines for Wilderness Emergency Care Publisher: Globe Pequot Pr Number of Pages: 96 Edition: 2nd ISBN: Keywords: General Wilderness & Environmental Medicine First Aid Notes: Dimensions (in inches): x x al information and wilderness survival courses. Even with our modern conveniences, wilderness survival knowledge not only continues to play a role as emergency skills in the backcountry, but can also aid in urban natural disasters and awaken a part of our heritage that instills a deep sense of place and connection with our natural environment.
NOLS WILDERNESS MEDICINE WILDERNESS FIRST AID COURSE JANUARY , THE MORAY HOUSE OF EDUCATION, EDINBURGH Hosted by Crossing Latitudes DATES: January , PRICE: Included in the course fee is NOLS Wilderness Medicine Wilderness First Aid 30 page handout, First Aid Pocket Guide, a patient assessment bandana, NOLS Wilderness Medicine. The definitive military remote care med book on dvd - a new edition talked about but this one is available and contains tons. 6. Backcountry Medical Care - Quick Reference 4th Edition by Carl Weil / Wilderness Medicine Outfitters Master Fellow of Academy of Wilderness Medicine. OK I had to include 3 of my 5.
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Content in the Wilderness and Remote First Aid Emergency Reference Guide is based on the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Wilderness First Aid Curriculum and Doctrine Guidelines and reflects the Consensus on Science for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care.
NASAR’s Wilderness Emergency Care Pocket Guide is a quick reference for assessing and treating emergencies in the wilderness (or anywhere). It is based on NASAR’s textbook, Wilderness Emergency Care, by Steve Donelan.
The WEC Pocket Guide is printed on waterproof paper, and folds up to fit in your pocket. Unfolded, it is 11” by 18”, with 10 pages on each side. The American Red Cross presents the Wilderness and Remote First Aid Reference Guide. The official course guide for the ARC Wilderness and Remote First Aid course, this pocket sized guide turned eBook has all of the essential information and how-to to keep one safe and prevent emergencies when in the wilderness/5(4).
Wilderness Survival, 2nd Edition, is your survival tool for staying alive if you are ever lost or immobilized in the wilderness. Included is essential information on basic first aid, including up-to-date steps for performing CPR/5(2). Pocket Emergency Medicine, Fourth Edition, provides accurate, actionable, and easily accessible information for clinicians on the front lines of emergency ed to be used at the bedside, it’s an outstanding go-to source for the essential information you need to care for patients in life-threatening situations/5(51).
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Pocket Reference Guide for Healthcare Providers, NPs, PAs & Other Medical Reviews: Medicine for the Outdoors: The Essential Guide to First Aid and Medical Emergency, 5th Edition One of the best books you can take along with you to the outdoors, whether you’re a hiker, mountain climber, or survivalist.
“Step-by-step instructions, how-to explanations, and practical approaches to outdoor and wilderness emergencies,” but that’s not all, this edition is also chalked.
This book goes far beyond traditional first aid and em-braces a new philosophy in wilderness medicine education. It brings to fruition a juxtaposition of more than 10 years of research, clinical experience, and teaching into a powerful guide for those who travel far from modern civilization.
Revolutionary advances in emergency medicine knowledge. The pocketbook has been designed to provide easy reference to the key protocols, guidelines and tools CARE employs during an emergency response.
All emergency managers and emergency team members should use it. Each section has a detailed list of contents at the beginning and a side tab. The “BE” in BE SAFER refers to actions that should be done before an emergency occurs. B - Be Prepared There are many things you can do to completely prevent or better prepare for a wilderness emergency.
Much of it should be done before your adventure begins. Take a wilderness first aid course or an outdoor skills and safety course. How Our Wilderness Emergency Care Courses Work. Our Wilderness First Aid (WFA), Wilderness First Responder (WFR) and Wilderness EMT Upgrade (WEMTU) courses train you to understand and avoid wilderness hazards and do emergency care in the wilderness or anywhere, with whatever equipment you have or can improvise.
The Third Edition of this handy pocket-sized reference guide, geared specifically toward the EMT-Basic, will provide easy access to the vital emergency information needed by prehospital personnel. Nancy Caroline's Emergency Care in the Streets (Book) Aaos Wilderness First Aid (Book) American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) ISBN.
New in the Ragged Mountain Press Pocket Guides. A practical, packable source of clear, reassuring first aid advice, Wilderness First Aid is the only such guide written by a board-certified emergency medicine ness First Aid presents outdoor medical emergencies and succinct, step-by-step treatment advice.
Arranged by symptom for easy access, treatments cover Reviews: 6. a minor sprain or fracture. Swelling can set in quickly, so sit down and begin RICE (Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate). Bind the ankle with an Ace bandage (or sock) soaked in cool water, while keeping it elevated.
After 20 minutes, wrap your ankle tightly, or apply tape in a stirrup pattern (down one side. It tells you how to handle these medical events on your own. It’s a big book, at nearly pages and 2 pounds in weight, but would make a great addition to your emergency kit.
Emergency War Surgery: The Survivalist’s Medical Desk Reference; This book shows almost illustrations of actual surgical techniques. You'll also want to check out essential guides like Outdoor Emergency Care (5th Ed.),Wilderness and Rescue Medicine (6th Ed.), and Wilderness First Aid: Emergency Care for Remote Locations.
There are incredible dangers associated with rural emergency responding, but these rescues can be incredibly rewarding, just as long as you're equipped with. From Practice Guidelines for Wilderness Emergency Care by the Wilderness Medical Society. BURNS.
Prevent burns, including being extra careful when boiling water. Ibuprofen is the best over- the-counter pain management for burns. If small enough, cover with Spenco second skin. Do not pack burns in ice which are over 20% of body surface. Backcountry Medical Care - Quick Reference 4th Edition by Carl Weil / Wilderness Medicine Outfitters.
National Geographic listed "eight tools to save your hide abroad" and said in the May adventure issue: Get your facts straight with the new wilderness first aid reference book from Wilderness. Wilderness and Remote First Aid Instructor: Authorization is for 2 calendar years.
All authorizations expire on December 31 of each year. Initial authorization may be for less or more time depending on when training is completed.
Participant Products/Materials Wilderness and Remote First Aid Emergency Reference Guide and Pocket Guide Set. WILDERNESS SURVIVAL ting Emergencies Preventing Emergencies The best emergency is the one that never happens.
Prevention is the result of preparing well, making good plans, and having the proper equipment. As you begin thinking about what you will do in case of an emergency, it can be helpful to know some. The book’s 8 ½” by 11” format gives ample space for many photos of wilderness hazards, rescues, and injuries in full color, as well as many drawings that clearly show how to do emergency care procedures.
it is used for Steve’s Wilderness First Aid and Basic Wilderness First Aid courses.3. Describe the difference between wilderness first aid and standard first aid. General Information Definition: Wilderness first aid is the assessment of and treatment given to an ill or injured person in a remote environment where definitive care by a health care professional and/or rapid transport are not readily available.A clear focus, calm demeanor and knowledge of some basic survival skills are essential to outdoor enthusiasts facing any emergency situation.
Before heading into the wild, prepare an emergency survival kit that includes basic tools, and don't forget a guide to wilderness skills, perhaps chosen from the following top list of survival books.