Bushcraft First Aid

May 31, 2017

Category: Living

Believe it or not, accidents happen when we least expect them. And if you’re out on the trail or camping in a far-removed site that’s hours away from the nearest doctor or medical center then you’re going to thank us for introducing you to this handy guide for wilderness emergency care.

Authored by wilderness expert Dave Canterbury, the Bushcraft First Aid: A Field Guide To Wilderness Emergency Care shows you the way to be a learned first responder. Both Dave and medical professional Jason A. Hunt Ph.D. outline how to properly deal with and mend to any variety of medical emergencies. From cuts to burns to broken bones and even head injuries in the wild, these highly trained individuals walk you through the dressing process, how to make slings, and bandages at the drop of a hat, and how to maintain an overall safe environment for everyone on the trail. It’s outdoor lifesaving techniques at its finest.

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