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Book Summary: Inside "Home Doctor" you will discover the DIY medical procedures and vital medical supplies you need to have on hand to take care of common health problems and emergencies at home, while waiting for an ambulance to arrive or in the next crisis when doctors and medicines may be hard to come by.
Book Summary: Providing practical advice on home treatments, this accessible guide explains what can be done to relieve symptoms and, if possible, clear up the problem for many common medical conditions. Illustrated with step-by-step photographs, this book's well-rounded approach includes practical techniques, preventive measures, complementary remedies, and conventional medical treatments for use in the home. An integrated approach to health is increasingly popular among doctors and patients, and Home Doctor helps you use all of the information available to treat many common conditions at home. Practical and easy-to-use, it includes over one-hundred-and-fifty common symptoms, illnesses, and injuries with advice on when you can treat them safely and effectively and when to call a doctor. With basic first-aid procedures as well as a quick A-Z reference covering over-the-counter drugs and natural remedies, it's like having your own in-home healthcare provider 24/7.
Book Summary: It is difficult to believe that one could practice medicine without attending a medical school 200 years ago, given the rigorousness of modern medical education and the difficulty of balancing theoretical knowledge, clinical training, and required competency.
Book Summary: In this practical and entertaining guide, the top veterinarians and animal experts in the country offer more than 1,000 effective tips for treating common pet problems, such as: allergies, bad breath, ear mites, fleas, itchy skin, paw problems, teething pain, weepy eyes, and wounds. But, much more than a guide to the physical and emotional problems of pets, The Doctors Book of Home Remedies for Dogs and Cats also provides solutions to some of the toughest behavior problems, letting pet owners know when it is necessary to visit the vet--and what they can do until they get there. Since the health needs of dogs and cats are often entirely different, there are also specific tips for both cats and dogs, along with more than 75 easy-to-follow illustrations. Having this ultimate do-it-yourself pet-care book is like having a veterinarian on call 24 hours a day.
Book Summary: This is the first book for the general public, written by a physician, to guide you through what really happens in the Emergency Department (ED). In Canada there are over 15 million Emergency visits a year. In the USA, over 145 million annually – a shocking 46 visits for every 100 persons! Learn what to expect if you, or a loved one, becomes one. - What happens and why from the ambulance to the trauma bay? - What and whom should you bring? - Why do you have to wait so long? Why did that person get seen before you? - Who gets seen faster? How can you get treated sooner? - Why do you have to tell the same story over again? - Who are all these people? - What should you do to prepare? Dr. Voon also busts some common myths and provides tons of practical tips and tricks to help you stay out of the ED: - What might not be an emergency after all? - What should everyone stock in their Home Medicine Cabinet? - What internet sites can we trust? As an in-depth and comprehensible resource, this non-fiction is a reference that belongs in every household and every waiting room. Find out more on the web at DrVoon.com.
Book Summary: The basis of adequate prepping is being prepared for both common and dire events that may occur under the worst of all possible circumstances. These circumstances might include the breakdown in normal emergency support services (such as calling 911), the lack of an ability to obtain additional supplies, and the probability that you will not be able to rely on anyone but members of your immediate group or yourself. Prepping requires forethought with regard to food, water supplies, power, and protection – all areas of significant technical preparation. Self-reliant medical care is no exception. This book provides the basis of prevention, identification, and long-term management of survivable medical conditions and can be performed with minimal training. It helps you identify sources of materials you will need and should stock-pile, it discusses storage issues, and directs you to sources for more complex procedures that require advanced concepts of field-expedient techniques used by trained medical persons such as surgeons, anesthesiologists, dentists, or midwifes and obstetricians.