The Resource First aid and field sanitation

First aid and field sanitation

Label
First aid and field sanitation
Title
First aid and field sanitation
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also available online from the Internet Archive. Address as of January 31, 2014: https://archive.org/details/firstaidfieldsan00unse.
Cataloging source
USU
Government publication
federal national government publication
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Marine Corps Schools (U.S.)
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  • First Aid
  • Military Hygiene
Label
First aid and field sanitation
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Published: -- For Instructional Purposes Only" -- Cover
  • "12042 MCS Quantico, Va. 3-12-43--20M" -- page 88
  • Includes bibliographical references (page 88)
Contents
1. Military hygiene and sanitation. Responsibility for sanitation ; Personal cleanliness ; Footwear and care of the feet ; Barbers and barber shops ; Water ; Foods and drinks ; The examination of food handlers ; Kitchens, mess halls, and bakeries ; Cleansing of cooking utensils, mess gear, etc. ; Garbage ; Excreta ; Manure ; The housing of troops ; Mosquitoes ; Flies ; Lice ; Bedbugs ; Ticks ; Fleas -- 2. Preparation for the march. Elimination of physically unfit ; Clothing and equipment -- 3. The march. General ; Bivouacs ; Patrol bivouacs ; Sanitation of a temporary camp ; Sterilization of water ; Other methods of sterilizing water ; Sterilization of mess gear ; Breaking camp -- 4. First aid. General ; Immediate action ; First aid treatment for wounds ; Tourniquet ; Pressure by compress ; Shock ; Wounds: prevention of infection ; Poisoned wounds ; Wounds of and foreign bodies in the eye ; Internal injuries ; Internal bleeding ; Injuries to bones, muscles and joints ; Sprains and dislocations ; First aid packet ; Fainting ; Poisoning ; Drowning ; Treatment of gas poisoning ; Treatment of gas injuries ; Freezing ; Sunstroke ; Heat exhaustion ; Burns and scalds ; Blisters ; Electric shock ; Foreign bodies in the throat ; Epileptic fits ; Concussion of the brain ; Apoplexy and head injuries with unconsciousness ; Alcoholic intoxication ; Wood alcohol poisoning ; Methods of removing wounded with litter ; Methods of removing wounded without litter -- 5. Removal of wounded from tanks. General ; First aid ; Evacuation ; Further uses of the stretcher-sling method
Extent
1 online resource (iv, 88 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrated)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
First aid and field sanitation
Link
Publication
Note
  • "Published: -- For Instructional Purposes Only" -- Cover
  • "12042 MCS Quantico, Va. 3-12-43--20M" -- page 88
  • Includes bibliographical references (page 88)
Contents
1. Military hygiene and sanitation. Responsibility for sanitation ; Personal cleanliness ; Footwear and care of the feet ; Barbers and barber shops ; Water ; Foods and drinks ; The examination of food handlers ; Kitchens, mess halls, and bakeries ; Cleansing of cooking utensils, mess gear, etc. ; Garbage ; Excreta ; Manure ; The housing of troops ; Mosquitoes ; Flies ; Lice ; Bedbugs ; Ticks ; Fleas -- 2. Preparation for the march. Elimination of physically unfit ; Clothing and equipment -- 3. The march. General ; Bivouacs ; Patrol bivouacs ; Sanitation of a temporary camp ; Sterilization of water ; Other methods of sterilizing water ; Sterilization of mess gear ; Breaking camp -- 4. First aid. General ; Immediate action ; First aid treatment for wounds ; Tourniquet ; Pressure by compress ; Shock ; Wounds: prevention of infection ; Poisoned wounds ; Wounds of and foreign bodies in the eye ; Internal injuries ; Internal bleeding ; Injuries to bones, muscles and joints ; Sprains and dislocations ; First aid packet ; Fainting ; Poisoning ; Drowning ; Treatment of gas poisoning ; Treatment of gas injuries ; Freezing ; Sunstroke ; Heat exhaustion ; Burns and scalds ; Blisters ; Electric shock ; Foreign bodies in the throat ; Epileptic fits ; Concussion of the brain ; Apoplexy and head injuries with unconsciousness ; Alcoholic intoxication ; Wood alcohol poisoning ; Methods of removing wounded with litter ; Methods of removing wounded without litter -- 5. Removal of wounded from tanks. General ; First aid ; Evacuation ; Further uses of the stretcher-sling method
Extent
1 online resource (iv, 88 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrated)
Specific material designation
remote

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