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5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Reference, 29 April 1999
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This review is from: Wilderness 911: A Step-by-step Guide for Medical Emergencies and Improvised Care in the Backcountry (Backpacker Magazine) (Paperback)
There are books that might change your life, ... this book could save your life or someone close to you. This is also a great book for anyone who lives in California where an earthquake can delay 911 help by hours or even several days.
Anyone who has studied Wilderness Medicine knows Eric Weiss, M.D. as one of the leading experts. As the Associate Director of Trauma and an emergency physician at Stanford University Medical Center, Board of Directors of the Wilderness Medical Society, consultant to the National Geographic Society, Army Special Forces, American Red Cross, and the medical editor for Backpacker Magazine, he offers practical advice that is easy to understand.
The author has also published A Comprehensive Guide to Wilderness and Travel Medicine which is another book that every backpacker should have since it is small enough to have in your backpack or emergency supplies.
These are books that we recommend for persons in the Hiking for Fun and Fitness Class. See for more details.
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