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This Anatomy of First Aid: A Case Study Approach has been prepared for the United States Navy to furnish a first aid manual that is anatomically and medically correct. It conveys descriptions in anatomical language and graphic illustrations necessary to perform first aid and to communicate with those providing subsequent medical treatment. The booklet considers the area being treated and the dangers and pitfalls involved with first aid in the region. It must be remembered by all that this is First Aid - Initial Emergency Care, that may be performed, in the main, by non-medically trained individuals to be followed by definitive professional medical care.
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The Canadian EHS Research Consortium (CERC) is a not-for-profit organization that provides the EHS research community with resources to facilitate research. CERC offers Paramedics from coast to coast positive learning and team experiences along with the opportunity to allow for paramedics to comprehend, plan for and ultimately substantiate the ongoing evolution EHS will experience over the next decade.
"The Center for Research on Emergency Medical Services is the nation's leader in the research of Emergency Medical Service (EMS). Our mission is to promote state-of-the-art research on prehospital care, educational practices and resuscitation."
The R.A.L.E.® Repository presents digital recordings of respiratory sounds in health and disease. These are breath sounds that doctors, nurses, respiratory and physical therapists hear with a stethoscope when they auscultate the chest of a patient.