Medical/First Aid Books: Survival Medicine

These three books from the Hesperian Foundation were written to help health care workers in poverty stricken areas where professional health care is hard to come by.  These are great tools for laymen out there helping and serving their fellow man, especially during a crisis.

Note:  Most of the information in these books is very useful, but they include some information that is morally wrong and we don't agree with.  If you have any questions, please call.


Where There Is No Doctor - Revised Edition

By David Werner

   More than a book on first aid, this covers a wide range of things that affect your health from diarrhea to tuberculosis, from home remedies, to the cautious use of modern medicines.  Special importance is placed on cleanliness, a healthy diet, vaccination, childbirth, etc.  It helps the reader realize wheat they can do for themselves, as well as helping them recognize which problems need the attention of an experienced health worker.  This book is very educational.

446 pages

BK-WTND  -  $19.95


Where There Is No Dentist

By Murary Dickson

   A companion volume to the health care handbook, Where There Is No Doctor.  Containing resourceful information on how to provide for improved dental health and how to prevent problems, it show how to diagnose and treat dental problems.  Lots of illustrations and helpful tips.

188 pages

BK-WND  -  $14.95


A Book For Midwives

By Susan Klein

   Written for care givers who are concerned about the health of pregnant women and their babies.  Especially for people who live far from maternity centers of in places where it is difficult to get medical care.  It is very easy to understand, so even people who have little formal education can use it to learn about pregnancy and birth.  This is a very educational book with lots of illustrations, helpful tips and insights.

521 pages

BK-BM  -  $23.95


Emergency Medical Care for Disaster

   This manual was designed as a quick reference guide for health workers and trained laymen charged with the responsibility of administering medical care in the absence of a physician. It will aid you in quickly determining the treatment of diseases, disorders, and injuries. Included in this manual are sections on stocking medical kits, use of basic medical supplies and use of special medicines. A top quality reference.

72 pages

BK-C140  -  $14.95

 

Emergency War Surgery

   This book is a completely revised and updated version of the original Emergency War Surgery N.A.T.O. Handbook and reflects the major advances in medical technology and treatment methods that have been achieved since that time. Chapters include: General Considerations of Forward Surgery, Burn Injury, Cold Injury, Blast Injury, Chemical Injury, Mass Casualties in Thermonuclear Warfare, Multiple Injuries, Shock and Resuscitation, Amputations, Wounds and more.

446 pages

BK-C138  -  $29.95


Ditch Medicine

Advanced Field Procedures for Emergencies

by Hugh L. Coffee

   Whether itís a war zone or a civil disaster area, traumatic injuries often occur in remote, unsanitary locations. This book teaches advanced field procedures for small wound repair, care of the infected wound, IV therapy, pain control, amputations, treatment of burns, airway procedures and more.

224 pages

BK-7173  -  $25.00

 

US Army Special Forces Medical Handbook st 31-91B

by Glen K. Craig

   This handy pocket-size guide is packed with the all the info you need to stay alive and well in the field, including disease diagnosis and treatment, drugs and dosages, emergency paramedical skills and preventive medicine. Special sections cover wartime emergencies (burn and blast injuries; nuclear, biological and chemical warfare; and emergency surgery) as well as primitive and veterinary medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics and orthopedics. Also includes practical survival techniques.

608 pages

BK-4549  -  $27.00


The Survival Nurse

Running an Emergency Nursing Station Under Adverse Conditions

by Ragnar Benson

   One of the most overlooked topics in the field of survival medicine is nursing. Doctors or medically trained survivors can patch up a patient after an injury or accident, but it is the survival nurse who provides extended long-term care as well as the dozens of related activities that support the healing process under less-than-ideal conditions. This timely companion to Ragnar Bensonís best-selling books on survival medicine tackles the many issues that every serious survival nursing program must face. You will learn the ins and outs of the "big five" considerations of survival nursing; the must-have supplies to keep in stock and how to obtain them; tricks for handling the mountains of laundry generated by a nursing station; how to maintain a low profile with your survival nursing station and why itís important; how to sew up wounds, pull teeth, deliver babies and provide physical therapy under primitive conditions; and more.

160 pages

BK-0755  -  $19.00

 

Do-It Yourself Medicine

by Ragnar Benson

   Ragnar gives you precise instructions for securing & using the very latest drugs & supplies from animal health centers, foreign pharmacies, mail order suppliers, military dispensaries & other unusual sources.

128 pages

BK-9184  -  $20.00


Survivalistís Medicine Chest

by Ragnar Benson

   A bestselling book on what to use, how to use it and where to get it.

70 pages

BK-SMC  -  $12.00


 

 

 

 

 

 

This book is a must for everyoneís health library.

Prescription For Nutritional Healing

by James Balch, M.D. & Phyllis Balch, C.N.C.

   Here is the expanded 3rd edition of America's best-selling guide to nutritional, herbal, and complementary therapies. With more than 5 million copies of the first 2 editions in print, the new edition carries on the tradition of providing drug-free remedies for at least 350 ailments and disorders. This edition incorporates the most important recent finding in the field of nutrition - from colostrum to Colloidal Silver to Huperzine A to SAM-e. It also provides the latest research on herbal medicine - examining kava, saw palmetto, ginkgo biloba, black cohosh, and much more. Written by a medical doctor and a certified nutritionist, this revised volume provides all the information the average person needs to design his or her own nutritional program for better health.

700 pages

BK-H507  -  $23.95

With a white plastic comb binding that lays flat when opened.

BK-T2892  -  $28.95


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