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CARING FOR BURNS, CUTS, DROWNING, AND MINOR ACCIDENTS

CARING FOR BURNS, CUTS, DROWNING, AND MINOR ACCIDENTS




      

CARING FOR BURNS, CUTS, DROWNING, AND MINOR ACCIDENTS


CARING FOR BURNS, CUTS, DROWNING, AND MINOR ACCIDENTS

In speaking of fractures and dislocations I did not dream it necessary to suggest anything in the way of a surgical kit. The element of instruments other than bandages does not enter largely into the treatment of this class of injuries, and the bandages may be improvised from materials at hand.

In the treatment of such wounds as we shall now take up, however, it will be necessary to carry a few things with which to work. This outfit will be limited in its scope, economy of space being imperative. A convenient instrument roll may be made from a strip of canvas, with a pocket at the bottom and loops for holding instruments. This can be rolled into compact shape when filled and tied with tape.

In the pocket place a card of assorted silk ligature, ranging in size from one to six, half a dozen egg-eyed needles ranging from full to half curve, one yard of oiled silk or an equal amount of gutta-percha tissue, one bottle bi-chloride of mercury tablets mentioned before, half ounce Squibb's surgical powder in shaker-top can, four ounces absorbent cotton in carton, two yards sterilized cotton gauze sealed, a paper of safety pins and another of common pins, one soft rubber catheter, number 9, one roll adhesive tape two inches wide.

In the loops place one needle-holder (Emmet's), one hypodermic syringe (all metal), one pair straight shears about six inches, two hemostatic forceps (Kelly's), one curved bistoury (small), and one splinter forceps. The metal case for the hypodermic has compartments for small tubes containing the hypodermic tablets. Take one tube each of the following: hydro chlorate cocaine gr. 1/4, morphine sulphate gr. 1/4, strychnine sulphate gr. 1/60. With the foregoing rather limited equipment you will be able to render assistance to a person injured in any of the accidents likely to occur in the woods.

Moody, Charles Stuart. Backwoods Surgery & Medicine. New York: Outing Pub., 1916. Print.

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