Provides school bus drivers with basic knowledge about medical emergencies. A few basic principles well learned and correctly applied will be of considerable value in meeting these emergencies. Deals with the basic principles of handling serious medical emergencies, but major emphasis is on the variety of minor injuries or illnesses that may occur while students are riding on school buses -- the ones that the school bus driver is most likely to encounter. Covers: spinal injuries, shock, poisoning and drug overdose, bites and stings, head injuries, mental health emergencies, breathing and airway maintenance, foreign bodies, and more. Illustrated.Provides school bus drivers with basic knowledge about medical emergencies.
|Title||:||Manual of First-Aid Practices for School Bus Drivers|
|Author||:||William R. Nesbitt|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1985|