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First Aid Guides

First aid emergency guides are invaluable for any outdoors person or activities - be they hikers, canoeists, campers or hunters.
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About First Aid Books

First aid kits are essential on outdoor pursuits, but while putting a dressing on a wound is fairly straightforward, what about more nebulous and difficult medical situations such identifying the early stages of dehydration, or dealing with diabetic complications? A medical field guide can be invaluable in these types of situations, and improves one’s facilities to moving beyond mere trauma and into wider range of physical ailments (choking, cardiac arrest, poisoning, neck and spinal injuries) as well as neurological and physiological disorders. Invaluable when doing longer expeditions, or in remote areas where help or rescue may be days away, a good medical field guide can literally make the difference between life and death.

Our First Aid Books

We stock only the best in First Aid Books so you can rest assured knowing you're COEC Equipped.
Outdoor Emergency Medical Handbook
Outdoor Emergency Medical HandbookThe Outdoor Medical Emergency Handbook is an essential guide to emergency medical procedures away from home, and provides easy-to-follow advice on how to prevent, treat and care for illnesses and injuries while outdoors or traveling.
Canadian Wilderness Survival
Canadian Wilderness SurvivalWith so many more people accessing outdoor spaces these days, books like Canadian Wilderness Survival become all the more relevant and necessary. Bruce Zawalsky has created an excellent compendium that's 432 pages with over 500 pictures and illustrations covering the science, skills, and best paths to survival. Every Canadian heading into the bush, be it for canoeing, hiking, camping, hunting, ATVing, or other outdoor work or recreation should read and absorb Canadian Wilderness Survival before heading out - it could be a life saver.
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