Cloth-backed paper, with wood rollers top and bottom. Price, $2.25. Size 18" × 54". New York: Clay-Adams Company, Inc., 1942.
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The publishers have prepared on heavy stock, reinforced with linen, an anatomic chart showing the skeleton of the human body in outline as well as the external surfaces and then in brilliant red have indicated the large arteries of the body, the points of pressure for application of pressure to prevent hemorrhage, the bones and other indications as to the points of application for tourniquets. A schematic design of this type is invaluable to all classes in first aid and also for the training of nurses and nurses' aides.
Human Skeleton Showing Principal Arterial Circulation (First Aid Pressure Point Chart). JAMA. 1942;119(16):1386. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830330148021