Cuts and bruises, sprains and strains, dislocations, broken bones, snake bites. Sound familiar? At one point in time we have all suffered such an injury or someone else in our family has. And especially in this last case we have wanted to help out anyway we could, but we didn't know how.
Well, here is a chance to learn. This book comes out with a complete set of information and tips on what to do in cases of injury during a time of need.
The contents address everyone. We can all help someone that has suffered a wound or an injury suddenly and unexpectedly. We can all save the life of someone who has stopped breathing, or whose heart has stopped beating, for any reason. As long as the proper precautions are kept at all times, we can all save the day.
Come to think of it, first aid is a one-two-three process. Keep your head and your composure, assert authority, assess the situation, do what needs to be done with confidence, and help the professionally trained first responders and the doctors to do their job more efficiently. Out of all the above only the part that says "do what needs to be done" is probably easier said than done.
How can you help someone with a broken bone or after they have been bitten by a snake? How can you make a stretcher out of nothing? What should a first aid kit look like on the inside? What is a defibrillator?
With the information included in this book you can acquire the answers to all the above questions.