The Immediate Care of the Injured

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W. B. Saunders, 1906 - 334 pages
 

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Contents

A Type of Vertebra
26
Io Thorax
27
Bones of the Upper Extremity
29
The Scapula
30
The Humerus
31
The Bones of the Forearm
32
Bones of the Right Hand
33
Bones of the Lower Extremity
34
The Pelvis
35
The Femur
36
The Bones of the Leg
37
Bones of the Right Foot
38
The Hipjoint
39
The Hipjoint Laid Open
40
Voluntary Muscle Fibers
42
The Superficial Muscles of the Body
43
Vertical Section of Skin
46
Section through Hair and Follicle
47
CHAPTER III
50
Position of the Thoracic and Abdominal Organs Front View
52
Position of the Thoracic and Abdominal Organs Rear View
53
The Contents of the Thoracic and Abdominal Cavity
55
The Heart
58
Right Auricle and Ventricle Opened
59
Cross Section of an Artery and Two Veins
63
The Principal Arteries and Veins of the Body
65
Diagram of Capillaries
67
Diagram of the Valves of Veins
68
Blood Cells
69
The Circulation of the Blood through the Heart
71
The Interior of the Nose
75
Interior of the Larynx
76
Larynx Trachea and Bronchi
77
Termination of a Bronchial Tube
78
The Lungs
79
Fig PACE 47 General Scheme of the Digestive Tract
83
The Teeth
85
The Salivary Glands
86
The Stomach
87
The Liver
90
Section through Liver of Pig
91
Pancreas
92
A Longitudinal Section of the Kidney
98
Nerve Cell
100
Cerebrospinal Nervous System
101
Base of the Brain
103
BANDAGES DRESSINGS PRACTICAL REMEDIES
108
Method of Rolling a Bandage
109
The Spiral Bandage
113
Method of Making a Reverse
114
Application of a Figureofeight Bandage
115
Application of a Recurrent Bandage
116
Figureofeight Bandage of One Eye
117
Figureofeight Bandage of Both Eyes
118
Application of the Knotted Bandage I 20
120
Figureofeight of Neck and Shoulder
121
Velpeau Bandage I 22
122
Desaults Bandage First Roller
123
Desaults Bandage Second Roller I 24
124
Figureofeight of Elbow
125
Spica of the Thumb
126
The Gauntlet Bandage
127
Posterior Figureofeight of Chest
128
Spica of Breast
129
Spica of Foot
131
Spiral Reversed of the Lower Extremity
132
9207 Method of Folding the Handkerchief Bandage
133
Application of the Square Cap
135
Cravat Bandage of the Jaw
136
Cravat Bandage of the Eye
137
Triangular Bandage of the Shoulder
138
Triangular Bandage of the Breast
139
Cravat Bandage of the Knee
140
Tbandage
141
Fourtailed Bandage of the Jaw
142
Modified Scultetus Bandage
143
Triangular Sling
144
Triangular Sling
145
Method of Wringing Out a Hot Compress without Scalding the Hands
157
Hypodermic Syringe
161
Cradle for Fractured Leg
164
Fic PACE 168 Fracture of the Nose Dressed with Two Small Bandages and Adhesive
168
HEMORRHAGE
172
Method of Making Digital Compression of an Artery
174
The Action of a Graduated Compress upon an Artery
175
The Application of the Field Tourniquet
176
Elastic Constriction of Thigh
177
Forced Flexion of the Elbow
178
The Relations of the Principal Arteries to the Bones and Joints
181
Compression of the Temporal Artery
182
Compression of the Carotid Artery
183
Handle of Doorkey Padded
184
Compression of the Radial and Ulnar Arteries at the Wrist
185
Compression of the Femoral Artery
186
Varicose Veins
187
lpper End of Tibia Penetrated by Bullet
200
Xray Showing Effect of Birdshot
201
Proper Method of Extinguishing Flames from the Clothing with a Blanket
210
Greenstick Fracture
215
Comminuted Fracture of the Tibia
216
Callus of Fracture
217
Appearance of the Ends of Fragments
218
Treatment of a Fracture of the Leg without Splints
219
Temporary Splints Applied to the Arm
220
Comminuted Fracture of the Skull
222
Strips
223
Treatment of a Fracture of the Jaw
224
Fracture of the Ribs
226
Fracture of the Ribs
227
Fracture of the Middle Portion of the Clavicle
228
Treatment of a Fractured Clavicle with a Large Armsling
229
Fracture of Upper and Lower Ends of the Shaft of the Humerus
230
Temporary Dressing for Fracture of the Humerus in Its Upper Third
231
Temporary Dressing for a Fracture of the Shaft of the Humerus
232
Fracture of Both Bones of the Forearm
233
Treatment of a Fracture of Both Bones of the Forearm
234
Fracture of the Finger
235
Fracture of the Femur
236
Fracture of Hip or Thigh Emergency Apparatus
237
Fracture of the Thigh Extension Apparatus
238
Transverse Fracture of the Patella
239
Fracture of Both Bones of Leg at Middle Third
240
Treatment of a Potts Fracture
241
Dislocation of the Lower Jaw
245
Backward Dislocation of the First Phalanx of Thumb
246
Subcoracoid Dislocation of the Humerus
247
First Step
248
Fourth Step
249
Dislocation of the Radius and Cina Backward
250
Anterior Dislocation of the Hip
251
Reduction of a Forward Dislocation of the Hip
252
Complete Posterior Dislocation of the Head of the Tibia
253
Strapping for a Sprain of the Ankle
255
Sylvesters Method of Artificial Respiration Inspiration
258
Sylvesters Method of Artificial Respiration Expiration
259
Artificial Respiration Howard Method 200
260
Expelling Water from the Stomach and Lungs
261
Method of Everting the Upper Eyelid
264
Method of Assisting an Injured Person to Walk
302
Raising an lnconscious or Helpless Person from the Ground
303
Lifting into the Arms
304
Raising a Helpless Person from the Ground Preparatory to Lifting Across the Shoulder
305
FIG PACE 224 Method of Lifting Across the Shoulder
306
Carrying by the Twohanded Seat
307
Carrying by the Extremities
308
The Army Stretcher Opened
310
The Army Stretcher Closed
311
Stretcher Improvised from Coats
312
Method of Crossing a High Fence or Wall
316
Raising an Injured Person up a Cliff
318
Gihons Cot
319
Stretcher Carried by Two Mules
320
An Improvised Travois
321
INDEX
325
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