Chapter 30 - What to Do In Case of Accidents
What to Do in Case of Fire
What to Do in Case of Bodily Injury
Burns and Scalds
Foreign Bodies in Eye, Nose, Ear and Throat
Machinery and Railroad Accidents
Electricity Accidents
Artificial Respiration
Drowning
Suffocation
Broken Bones - Fractures
Bleeding
Wounds
Wound Dressing Hints
Poisoned Wounds
Shock
Dressing of Wounds
Transportation of Injured
Bandages
Miscellaneous

30.17 Transportation of Injured

Transportation of Injured. If no stretcher or ambulance is at hand, one may be improvised by turning the sleeves of a coat inside out, passing poles through them and buttoning the coat; a long stretcher may be constructed with two coats. A broad board or shutter covered with straw or clothing will provide a usable stretcher. Always test a stretcher before placing a patient upon it. Do not carry a stretcher upon the shoulders except when going up hill and up stairs. Avoid lifting over walls, hedges and ditches; keep level. If a chair is used in carrying, carry the patient back forward.

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