This is not to be confused with "Where there is No Doctor" by David Werner. This is a fairly new book having been published in 2010. It is by Gerald Boyle, MD.
This is not a "First Aid" book. But neither is it a field manual. It mainly deals with what you can do before, what the author terms, "Gridcrash." Call it whatever you want, TEOTWAWKI, The Apocalypse, ZPAW, this is what this book is intended to help you prepare for.
There is everything from physical training ideas, mental prep to deal with death and dying, improvising medical equipment, medical training advice, etc.
Overall this is one of the best books that I have on "Survival medicine". I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in this subject. It is geared towards the layperson but has plenty to keep more advanced providers interested.
This is from Amazon's book description by the author:
"I will not teach you to be a lone survivalist who anticipates doing an appendectomy on himself or a loved one on the kitchen table with a steak knife and a few spoons, although I will discuss techniques of austere and improvised medicine for really hard times."
Just passing this along. Got a bunch more if there's any interest.
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