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Emergency First Aid Guide
ITEM / SKU: GFAP-67-01
Emergency First Aid Guide, 38 pg.
This first aid guide covers the following:
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Table of Contents
Section 1: Introduction
American Red Cross Spanish / English First Aid Essentials 86 Page Guide
ITEM / SKU: BOOK-ARC1 / BOOK-ARC-1
Spanish / English First Aid Essentials - 86 pages of first aid instructions in English on one side of the book - flip the book over and you have 90 pages of Spanish first aid instructions on the other side.
Practical Pet First Aid for Dogs & Cats - Book
ITEM / SKU: 10147
This book provides simple but effective methods for you to follow in an emergency. Hopefully, it will endow you with the confidence in your ability to stabilize and support your pet prior to your veterinarian's professional care, service and expertise.
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The text is written in an outline format highlighting known facts about your pet's physical characteristics. This detail can be used in helping to identify conditions and to support your pet during traumatic or stressful situations. Familiarity with your pet's physical characteristics as well as its behavior provides key baseline information. Your knowledge and intuition are important pieces of information that only you can supply. Providing proper care in an emergency increases the odds of a happy ending, or at the very least gives one the knowledge they did the best they could for their pet.
About the Author
Mark Anderson, DVM, is a 1975 graduate of Iowa State University. Working as a general practitioner for nearly two decades in the rural communities of Elmwood and Spring Valley, Wisconsin provided Mark the opportunity to experience a wide range of emergency situations and health conditions of pets, horses and farm animals.
During these experiences, owners needed explanations of what was being done and why. Technical terms failed to communicate a true picture of Mark's veterinary procedures, thus he developed a style of communicating to laypersons which is used in this book.
Being inquisitive and actively involved with the evolution of veterinary medicine, Mark continues to work with practitioners and manufacturers developing practices that are routinely used by consumers and professionals worldwide. An emphasis on companion animal wellness led Mark to conceive the idea of a simple text that pet owners could reference in emergency situations, thus the evolution of Practical Pet First Aid for Dogs and Cats.
Good reading and good health for your pet and family.
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OSHA, ANSI & ISEA guidelines require a First Aid Guide. Guidance for immediate care given to a victim of injury or sudden illness until more advance care, if needed, shall be included in the kits. At a minimum, the first aid manual or first aid guide book shall include:
First Aid Guide Areas
Emergency steps of assessing the scene and person, calling 9-1-1 or location emergency number
Establishing and maintaining an open and clear airway
Performing rescue breathing
Treating airway obstruction in a conscious victim
Using an AED
Recognizing the signs and symptoms of shock and providing first aid for shock from illness or injury
Assessing and treating a victim who has an unexplained change in level of consciousness or sudden
Controlling bleeding with direct pressure
Responding to medical emergencies
Hypoglycemia in diabetics taking insulin
Reduced level of consciousness
Assessment of and first aid wounds including abrasions, cuts, lacerations, punctures, avulsions,
amputations and crush injuries
Principles of wound care including infections precautions
Principles of body substance isolation, universal precautions and use of PPE
Assessment of the severity of a burn
Recognizing whether a burn is thermal, electrical or chemical and the appropriate first aid
Exposure to cold, including frostbite and hypothermia
Exposure to heat, including heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke
Sprains, strains, contusions and cramps
Head, neck, back and spinal injuries
Mouth and teeth injuries
Oral injuries, lip and tongue injuries, broken and missing teeth
Bites and stings
Human and animal bites
Bites and stings from insects; instruction in first aid treatment for anaphylacsis (anaphylaxis)
the manner in which such information is conveyed is left to the discretion of the manufacturer or first aid book publisher.