IRELAND (PRWEB) September 16, 2014
“Advanced First Aid for First Responder on Scene” (published by Xlibris UK) written by author Frank O’ Connor leads readers from occupational first aid to cardiac first responder and on to advanced first aid without any difficulty. There are over 165 photographs and illustrations and 27 algorithms to guide them through the skill sets.
This book is an ideal reference guide for the home, the educational field, or as a course manual. It is in essence three books in one. If readers are serious about becoming a community responder or an advanced first aider, this is the book for them.
Every procedure in “Advanced First Aid for First Responder on Scene” is explained in great depth and the author has deliberately omitted certain invasive and complicated procedures that he considers inappropriate for a responder who is not practicing them on a regular basis. This in itself reduces the risk of doing more harm than good to the patient and allows readers to focus on the more practical procedures that they are more likely to use.
“Advanced First Aid for First Responder on Scene”
By Frank O'Connor
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 418 pages | ISBN 9781493141449
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 418 pages | ISBN 9781493141456
E-Book | 418 pages | ISBN 9781493141463
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Frank O'Connor has been involved in emergency response for more than thirty years both in a professional and voluntary capacity. As a Basic Life Support Instructor, he teaches both the medical profession and the general public. He also teaches various levels of First Aid and Emergency First Response.
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