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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-403

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DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES 397 The difference between Arterial Venous and Capillary bleeding and the various extemporary means of arresting it The triangular bandage Lectures and The signs of fracture and first aid to be rendered in such accidents The application of splints or other restrain- ing apparatus Treatment of Sprains The triangular bandage Lectures and First aid to those suffering collapse from injury to those stunned to the apoplectic inebriated epileptic fainting and to those bitten by rabid animals The immediate treatment of the apparently drowned or otherwise suffocated Burns scalds and poisons What to do when dress catches fire Lectures and 10 Hints on nursing-preparation of the room-the bed how arranged-requisites for all emergencies treated of in the foregoing lectures temperature of room reading clinical and bath thermometers Preparing the patient for bed and placing him thereon in various cases Administering food drink medicine- making and applying poultices of bread linseed mustard- fomentations and lotions There should be an interval of week between each lecture candidate for examination must attend at least eight out of the ten lectures
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