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    Survival, Disaster and Tactical Medicine Book

    Hi

    Ive just published a 435 page book on Survival, Disaster and Tactical Medicine.
    If anybody is interested am offering a 15% discount to forum members until this Friday as an introductory offer. See direct link below

    Chris (MM)


    http://www.lulu.com/product/paperbac...icine/15668835

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    Book Discount Update

    http://www.lulu.com/product/paperbac...icine/15700026

    If you type in MAYBOOK at checkout, you get 20% off

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    Ordered.

    RR
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    Survival, Disaster and Tactical Medicine Book (Electronic version)

    Colour Ebook Version now available for 4.99 see link below
    http://www.lulu.com/product/ebook/su...icine/15719267

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    Your book came today. Looks pretty good!

    A few points for the next edition:

    On the binding, the title is in VERY SMALL print... smaller than anything else in the book - it should be large.

    Just skimming through - I liked your break down of this Abx for this type of infection. Seems like a lot of Abx's though. I guess so you can use what you have. Hate to stockpile that many. What I didn't see is take for how long.... maybe it was in the text, but just from the charts.

    I saw one section on recommended health suggestions and noted ETOH intake... 21 units for a male... I think of a "unit" as a one ounce "shot" of hard alcohol or one beer. That many in a day would have you eating sidewalk... I'm guessing you did not mean in a day? maybe a week? or a month? also what is "unit"? Just little things like that - units and time are important.

    Overall, very impressive book! - thanks for telling us about it!

    thanks,

    -t
    Last edited by tangent; 05-18-11 at 11:39.

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    Hi

    Thanks for your comments, ill take them all on board. If anybody else has a copy please comment always looking too improve the text.

    You are right it should state 14/21 units a week. I had probably incorrectly assumed the measurement was international but may well be UK only.

    http://www.drinkaware.co.uk/tips-and-tools/drink-diary/

    "(3-4 alcohol units a day (equivalent to a pint and a half of 4% beer) and a woman should not regularly exceed 2-3 units a day (equivalent to a 175ml glass of 13% wine)"

    Would you mind putting a ratting and review on the Lulu site please.

    A few earlier copies went out without page numbers this has now been fixed, sorry if you got one of those.

    THanks

    Chris

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    I got a copy with page numbers.

    4% beer? interesting....

    Scratching my brain here, but I remember this is often state based, I think 2.6% vs 6% and one is OK to sell to a 18yo while the other is ok to sell to 21yo+ but it depends on the state. Thing is, they are basically identical. One is by weight, the other by volume. Idiotic gvmt regs....



    Yeah, I'll leave you a good reply on Lulu

    Thanks for writing this!

    -t
    Last edited by tangent; 05-18-11 at 14:36.

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    Review:

    I got my copy yesterday and am very impressed with it! Yes, it needs a few tweaks, but it will teach you a lot. So far I have just glanced through it and in that brief review I learned a few things. I've been in the biz. There is valuable information in this text and I recommend it to anyone. It is both useful to the novice, but the experienced medic will also gain helpful insights from it. Recommended!

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    On Beer... I unfortunately do not have a can of it on hand, but I think they are 8 fluid ounces. Maybe it's 10 or 12. I believe there are also 14-16oz cans that are marketed as "tall" cans - hay this is the US and we are weird here... We also are generally not metric.

    I have a bottle and it reads 12 fluid ounces.

    I also have an "oil can" of Fosters which is an AU beer, but I think brewed in the US, that is not your average can... (It's HUGE) and reads: 25.4 fluid ounces, 750 ml, one pint 9.4 Fl OZ

    Cans of Foster are not your normal beer in this country - normal cans are more like a soda size can. These are tall and wide - AND TASTY!

    Just FYI!

    -t
    Last edited by tangent; 05-18-11 at 14:47.

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    Thanks have changed text slightly and revised edition on line. Also created storefront see http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/survivalmedic

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    ordered thanks
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    Wilderness and Survival Medicine (Version 2 of Book)

    A much improved and expanded second version of my book co-written with Dr Craig Ellis is now available from http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/survivalmedic

    Also Amazon Book and Kindle version available, should be available via Paladin Press too on the 16th Jan

    Have done a more general patient assessment book too

    And am on the look out for more suggestions and material for future editions

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    Look forward to reading the book this year. Good to see there are other people out their with an interest in this topic.

    Two quick questions for you:

    1) Your new co-author Is Dr. Craig Ellis. Is that the Craig that we know and love here?

    2) Have you used any of the material found on this site / the original survival medicine book in your work?

    AN

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    It's mostly Chris's work with some comments and bits and pieces from me. There are some bits that I reworked from a couple of my chapters in the first book but nothing from the board in that sense. I still think there is value like we have talked about before in doing what Rawles has done and going back over the last decade and composing a "best of" CD. I remain keen to write a DIY extremely austere anesthetic and surgery book but need help!!!

    Cheers

    Craig

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    Currently 25% off LSG Survival & Medical Books on Lulu until 31st Jan

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    Out of three Medical books on my page get the Wilderness and Survival Medicine one as it contains the majority of the material from the other two plus a lot more

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    use code LULUBOOKUK305 valid until midnight 31st Jan

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