Wilderness and Travel Medicine: A Complete Wilderness Medicine and Travel Medicine Handbook

| August 21, 2016

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A Minimalist Approach to Wilderness Medicine, Travel Medicine, Survival Medicine and Home Remedies

Whether it is first aid, wilderness medicine, travel medicine, survival medicine or home remedies, different scenarios call for different treatments, and Wilderness and Travel Medicine: : A Complete Wilderness Medicine and Travel Medicine Handbook will prepare you for all of them.

Note: Although this book has a minimalist approach, there is A LOT of information covering a VERY wide range of ailments.

A Comprehensive Wilderness and Travel Medicine Handbook With a Minimalist Approach

* Diagnoses and treatments for a very wide range of injuries, illnesses and scenarios.

* How to improvise what you need when modern medicine is not available.

* Pharmaceuticals, medicinal plants, veterinary substitutes and other alternative remedies.

* Preventative methods so you don’t get sick/injured in the first place.

* Safe use and dosage instructions for suggestion medications.

* Sample minimalist travel-safe first aid kit.

Information for Each Condition Contains

* A brief description.

* Possible symptoms.

* Appropriate treatment(s) depending on the situation.

* Other supplementary information, e.g., causes, prevention, alternative/natural remedies, possible complications.

… and much, much more!

LOOK INSIDE Wilderness and Travel Medicine: : A Complete Wilderness Medicine and Travel Medicine Handbook to see everything that’s included!

Get your copy of Wilderness and Travel Medicine NOW and be prepared for any medical situation!

For ease of use, Wilderness and Travel Medicine is split into two parts.

Part I is “Must Read” information covering:

* Anatomy: A basic rundown of how the body’s systems work individually and as a whole enabling easier diagnoses.

* Prevention Medicine: Prevention is the best cure. Learn how to avoid getting sick and/or injured in the first place.

* First Aid Kit: An inventory and simple explanation of a minimalist first aid kit for travelers.

* Medications Guide: Information on the safe use of the medications referred to in this book.

* Immediate First Aid: What to do medically in immediate, life threatening situations.

* Secondary Exam: A secondary exam will help you to make an accurate medical diagnosis.

* Moving a Patient: Methods to safely move a patient.

Part II is diagnoses and treatments, which are uniquely categorized by cause and/or body area to enable quick searching.

* Environmental: Travel and tropical related diseases (malaria, yellow fever etc.), cold injuries, heat illnesses, animal attacks, insects, allergies, altitude, scuba, marine life, toxic plants, jetlag etc.

* Head: Headaches, brain injuries, ear infections, eye infections, sinus infections, dental issues etc.

* Circulation: Shock, dehydration, diabetes etc.

* Digestive: diarrhea and dysentery (including traveler’s diarrhea), constipation, alcohol, food poisoning, nausea (including motion sickness), worms, salmonella etc.

* Genitourinary: Sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy, UTI’s, yeast infections etc.

* Integumentary: Skin disorders, nail injuries, splinters, chicken pox etc.

* Musculoskeletal: Sprains, strains, fractures, dislocations, amputation etc.

* Respiratory: Asthma, strep-throat, bronchitis, cold and flu, pneumonia etc.

… and much, much more!

Get your copy of Wilderness and Travel Medicine NOW and be prepared!

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