This is the Only Wilderness Medicine Book You Need!
Could you save yourself or a loved one when there are no doctors around?
All too often travelers and outdoor enthusiasts get sick, injured, or worse.
Learn how to prevent and cure a wide range of ailments whether at home, abroad, or in the wilderness.
Discover how to heal yourself, because this comprehensive manual has all the information you need.
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A Wilderness Medicine Handbook Like No Other
- Diagnoses and treatments for a wide range of injuries and illnesses.
- How to improvise what you need when modern medicine isn't available.
- Pharmaceuticals, medicinal plants, veterinary substitutes, and other alternative remedies.
- Preventative methods so you don't get sick/injured in the first place.
- Safe use and dosage instructions for suggested medications.
- Sample wilderness medicine kit that you can take on a commercial flight.
Information for Each Condition Contains
- A brief description.
- Possible symptoms.
- Appropriate treatment(s) depending on the situation.
- Other supplementary information, e.g., causes, prevention, alternative remedies, complications.
A 2-Part Wilderness Medicine Field Guide
Quickly find what you're looking for in an emergency situation.
Part I is must-read information covering:
- Anatomy: Learn how the body's systems work individually and as a whole. This makes diagnoses easier.
- Prevention Medicine: Prevention is the best cure. Learn how to avoid getting sick and/or injured in the first place.
- First Aid Kit: An inventory and simple explanation of a first aid kit for travelers.
- Medications Guide: Information on the safe use of the medications in this book.
- Immediate First Aid: What to do in life-threatening medical situations.
- Secondary Exam: A secondary exam will help you to make an accurate medical diagnosis.
- Moving a Patient: Safe ways to move a patient.
Part II is diagnoses and treatments. It is uniquely categorized by cause and/or body area to enable quick searching.
- Environmental: Tropical diseases, heat and cold injuries, plants and animals, jetlag, etc.
- Head: Headaches, brain injuries, ears, eyes, and nose infections, dental issues, etc.
- Circulation: Shock, dehydration, diabetes, etc.
- Digestive: Diarrhea, constipation, food poisoning, motion sickness, etc.
- Genitourinary: STI's, pregnancy, UTI's, etc.
- Integumentary: Skin disorders, nail injuries, splinters, etc.
- Musculoskeletal: Sprains, strains, fractures, dislocations, etc.
- Respiratory: Asthma, strep-throat, bronchitis, cold and flu, pneumonia, etc.
... and much more.
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About the Author
Sam Fury has had a passion for survival, evasion, resistance, and escape (SERE) training since he was a young boy growing up in Australia.
This led him to years of training and career experience in related subjects, including martial arts, military training, survival skills, outdoor sports, and sustainable living.
These days, Sam spends his time refining existing skills, gaining new skills, and sharing what he learns via the Survival Fitness Plan website.
Table of Contents
First Aid Kit
PART ONE: MUST-READ INFORMATION
Basic Human Anatomy
General Health and Fitness
Using the Medications Recommended in This Book
Alternative Remedies Vs Pharmaceuticals
General Safe Use Information for all Medications
Analgesics, Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, and Fever Reducers
Motion Sickness, Nausea, and Vomiting
Immediate First Aid
Critical First Aid
• Assess the Situation
• Mental Status: AVPU
• Severe Bleeding
• Nervous System
Pressure Immobilization Technique
Sucking Chest Wound
Mass Casualty Critical Assessment
Recording Your Findings
Open Wounds, Skin Infections, and Sepsis
Skin Infection and Sepsis
Moving a Patient
• Patient Packing
• Non-Rigid Litters
• Rigid Litters
PART TWO: DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENTS
General Prevention of Altitude-Induced Illnesses
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)
HAPE and HACE
High-Altitude Pharyngitis and Bronchitis
• Marine Toxins
• Spiny Injuries
General Prevention of Animal Attack
West Nile Virus
Mites and Chiggers
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
• Head Lice
• Pubic Lice
• Body Lice
Cold and/or Water Induced
Cold Water Immersion
... and more (4000 character cut off)