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Manual on Ship Sanitation and First-Aid for Merchant Seamen

Year: 1923
Language: english
Author: Robert W Hart
Publisher: Seamen's Church Institute of New York
Edition: 2nd
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 195
Description: The Manual has most satisfactorily accomplished its purpose in helping to meet one of the greatest humanitarian needs on board our Merchant Vessels.
This manual is written in order to furnish officers and men of the merchant marine with a small plainly worded text book which will give them some knowledge of ship sanitation and hygiene, will serve them as a brief guide in simple medi cine and surgery, and will aid them in caring for such cases of injury and illness as may occur during a voyage at sea.
The ordinary book on first aid does not answer the purpose, for the ordinary book on first aid contains nothing on ship sanitation, little on hygiene as applicable on board ship, noth ing regarding maritime quarantine, and is only sufficient in scope to enable the reader to render first aid While awaiting the arrival of the doctor, who, on land, is usually within a few minutes or at most a few hours call of the scene of the illness or accident.
*Note: This is not the actual book cover



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