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So as to not hijack a thread, I’ve started a new one.
Diomedes mentioned the above book Where There is No Doctor in his post. The book can be found here. http://hesperian.org/books-and-resources/
At the same site, are other good reference books.
Which is heavier - a soldier's pack or a slave's chains? Napoleon
Strength, Honor. Maximus (Gladiator)
If you tolerate evil, you yourself are evil.
Col Hugo Martinez, Commander Search Bloc
William, in The Republic
“When there is no dentist” is another good one. It’s a start… I’m a doc and I own both.
There is a place for all of the Hesperian Health Guides in a prepared persons library.
The Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook, 2d edition is an excellent resource both in electronic ($9.99) and Looseleaf with Binder.
The hardcopy is printed on tear-resistant, water-resistant, synthetic paper. A 5.25 inch by 8.5 inch quick-reference guide with a three hole punched ring binding for $59.00 from the U.S. Government Publishing Office .
Beware of the very early versions (pre 2000) as they truly outdated.
Oriented x 5.
CTT 1505, NODF 1505, CP 1503, LN 1, RC II, Rifleman
I also keep a copy around of Ditch Medicine, it’s a good reference. It’s actually the only one that I have in my med bag right now. I need to get another copy of SF Med handbook and Where there is no doc.
Admit nothing. Deny everything. Make counter-accusations.
Nulla fatere. Nega omnia. Accusatis calumniatorem. Demanda probationem.
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