The Wilderness and Remote First Aid Emergency Reference Guide and Pocket Guide is the official course guide for the American Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First Aid course is based on the 2010 Boy Scouts of America Wilderness First Aid Curriculum and Doctrine Guidelines, and helps course participants learn how to respond to more than 25 first-aid emergencies – during times when help may be delayed.
Wilderness and Remote First Aid Emergency Reference Guide and Pocket Guide
t's a great resource for scouts, outdoor enthusiasts, or anyone who works in a remote environment. The 113-page Guide and Pocket Guide is not only used during the course, but can serve as an important emergency reference guide after training is complete. Topics covered include: Altitude Illnesses Hypothermia Shock and Heart Attack Poisoning Snow Blindness Wounds, Wound Infection, and many more The accompanying Pocket Guide is a handy 8-panel (front and back), fold-out first-aid reference guide that has been specifically designed for use in the field. It is: Compact and lightweight Fits easily into a pocket of a shirt, cargo pants, or a backpack Weather- and tear-resistant The Wilderness and Remote First Aid Emergency Reference Guide and Pocket Guide also includes skills sheets for performing CPR, and responding to both conscious and unconscious choking victims