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Read: I'm not your doctorDoc Simon wrote:Gana has reached immortal status. He is the greatest poster in the history of ZS. I bow before him, knowing still I am not worthy.
GanaEMT wrote:If you're seeking a more generic first aid guide, I would take it down a level or two.
GanaEMT wrote:yeah, it's good. Covers a lot of serious medical info at the nursing/paramedic level. Which is why it's probably too much for anyone without a medical background to use efficiently (eg, it makes full use of medical terminology instead of "translated" laymen speak). The army field manuals are meant to be read/studied along side of formal & informal instruction.
Tac Medic wrote:If you could only have two medical references, ONLY TWO:
Special Operations Forces medical handbook (2001 edition)
Tac Medic wrote:"Ditch Medicine" is a good book. The SF Medical Handbook is a world recognized reference manual for special forces units and village medical teams all over the globe. The SF book contains vet medicine techniques and camp hygiene and of course the list of authors for the SF Med is full of world renouned physicians that specialize in survival and austere medicine..............
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