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158 pages of informationExtensive first aid knowledgeCovers broken bones to spider bitesIssued by U.S. Army
Learn combat first aid with this Army field manual "First Aid For Soldiers" printed originally in 1976 by the Department of the Army.This 158 page book covers everything from broken bones to spider bites and frost bite. It"s a must-have for campers and outdoorsmen alike. 5 1/4 in. X 8 1/2 in.
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lots of useful info in a small book great for an emergency or first-aid kit written in plain & simple English none of that medical gibberish I've seen in some,, good value for money
Now I have yet to finish the book bit from what I read this book is great full of useful medical information. The only thing I need to point out is that from 1976 which does make the information outdated. The CPR said like some thing about 10 beats to 2 breaths at one beat per second an I was CPR certified less than 3 years ago and I know it was 30 beats at a rate of 100 a second and than 2 breaths just saying if you don't know it this book is great to learn life saving procedures and I do recommend it highly just don't quote yourself because it's highly likely the information that you learn is outdated