The Pocket First-Aid Field Guide: Treatment and Prevention of Outdoor Emergencies | Skyhorse Pocket Guides
Practical advice for the on-the-go outdoorsman, this field-friendly guide is essential for anyone interested in first-aid preparation and care. Here is advice useful on a hike or for any fishing trip, including step-by-step instructions on dealing with fractures, suturing wounds, treating eyes and ears, managing allergic reactions, and more. With common sense advice, and in a handy, portable package, this is one little book that no one should be without in a campsite or in their forest hideaway.
"This book contains a wealth of good medical care knowledge presented in a clear and well-illustrated manner that anyone can utilize in any emergency medical situation. It's well worth the modest price and would be a great addition to your first aid kit during your wilderness treks."
Dr. George Dvorchak is a retired medical doctor and an avid hunter and sportsman who spends almost all his free timeout 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.
+ St. Francis University, B.A., Education
+ St. Francis University School of Medicine, M.S., Human Anatomy
+ St. Francis University School of Medicine, M.D., Medicine
+ Valley Forge Military Academy
+ Captain | Valley Forge Military Academy Pistol Team
+ Various National and International Awards for Skeet Shooting