The Pocket First-Aid Field Guide is a handy and portable 160 page paperback guide that contains practical advice for the on-the-go camper, hiker, fisherman, or hunter. Covers types of fractures, sprains and strains, suturing, risk factors for heart disease, choking, dealing with shock, fever, hydration, foot care, eyes and ears safety, mouth injuries, allergic reactions and much more.
"A great addition to your first-aid kit during your wilderness treks."
- Jim Benson, Modern Survival Magazine
Practice advice for the on-the-go camper, hiker, fisherman, or hunter, this field-friendly guide is handy enough to be taken almost anywhere. Dr. George E. Dvorchak, a self proclaimed "country doctor," tells you exactly what you need to know about:
|- Types of fractures||- Eyes and ears safety|
|- Sprains and strains||- Mouth injuries|
|- Suturing||- Allergic reactions|
|- Risk factors for heart disease||- And much more!|
Filled with common sense advice and newly illustrated, keeping The Pocket First-Aid Field Guide
on hand is a sure way to be certain you have the information you need in any situation.
GEORGE DVORCHAK is a retired medical doctor and an avid hunter and sportsman who spends almost all his free time out in the field. His work has been published in numerous outdoor publications on health-related topics and on firearms, hunting, and survival. He lives in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania.
- Item Weight: 6.1 oz