Trail Life First Aid Guide
The Camping, First Aid, and Outdoor Skills sections of the old Navigator & Adventurer Trailman’s Handbook, have been revised and expanded as convenient, waterproof fold-out skills guides for training and field use!
FIRST AID GUIDE
Our new First Aid Guide includes trauma scenarios such as stopped breathing, shock, choking, heart attack, stroke, seizures, low blood sugar, and allergic reactions. This guide discussed how to treat injuries like cuts and scrapes; bite and puncture wounds; severe bleeding; blisters; burns; sprains and fractures; and head, neck, and spinal injuries. Other topics include poisonous plants, chiggers and ticks, insect stings, and snake and spider bites.
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Hummmmm should be a book. The most important section is the last. Patient and safety assessment are by far the first things that should be done. Not enough pictures. I think the BSA First Aid book was thicker and we didn’t have CPR. My opinion is we should teach it in stages I do not expect a 5 year old to do as much as a 17 year old. EMT’s don’t do all the things a Paramedic does.
Navigator & Adventurer First Aid Field Guide
Good for just the basics !!!!!!!
I had to buy these individually since the set was sold out. When I received all 3, I was disappointed. The material covered is nice, but should have been left in the handbook. If it was to be kept separate, make them a guidebook or a small reference card. The large format folding map is cumbersome and difficult to navigate, steady, and use outdoors. I gave 3 stars because it has good content, but the format needs revamped.