First Responder's Manual of Prehospital Trauma Care is an easy to use education tool for all the conscientious citizens willing to serve their fellow companions in an adverse scenario of trauma and emergency. The manual’s target audience is firemen, safety officers, policemen, teachers, nurses, drivers, emergency room staffs, medical and nursing students, surgery residents and surgeons. The founders of the book have stressed on the issues related to trauma, which are described in a simple and understandable language. It is basic but descriptive resource for layperson’s first responders, describing practical advice for the best care.
The focus of the manual is to educate people on the best standard of care in the prehospital settings and to learn methods of improvisation. The authors have stressed on regularly confronted trauma situations in critical care through chapters on shock, airway and circulation.
Foreword : -
Prof. Michael Sarr