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The author in this book has arranged the subject of first aid to instruction to suit the requirements of those attending regimental classes, and the book will be found useful, not only to members of volunteer and civil ambulance classes, but to various ambulance associations. Part I is devoted to first aid to the injured, and contains, beside, the introductory twelve lessons. Following this are questions and answers to the foregoing. Part II is devoted to management of the sick, and contains seven chapters. The appendix of Part I contains a chapter of miscellany relating to fresh air and ventilation, germicides, the administration of medicine, removal of boots in injuries to the ankle or foot, bed sores, field kitchens, directions for pitching tents, ambulance wagons, hand carts, forms of reports, table of poisons and the index. There are forty-seven illustrations. The book will be found of great value to those
First Aid to the Injured and Management of the Sick.. JAMA. 1894;XXIII(18):693–694. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02421230033020