This is an animal bandage which features porous materials that let wounds aerate easier.

Animal Bandage

This is an animal bandage which features porous materials that let wounds aerate easier.

"In bleeding from the thigh, leg, or foot press backward with the thumbs on the femoral artery at the middle of the groin where the artery passes over the bone. The point is a little higher up than that indicated in Fig 6." — Moss, 1914

Femoral compression

"In bleeding from the thigh, leg, or foot press backward with the thumbs on the femoral artery at the…

This sign is used to indicate that a first aid station is located nearby.

First Aid, Black and White

This sign is used to indicate that a first aid station is located nearby.

This sign is used to indicate that a first aid station is located nearby.

First Aid, Color

This sign is used to indicate that a first aid station is located nearby.

This sign is used to indicate that a first aid station is located nearby.

First Aid, Outline

This sign is used to indicate that a first aid station is located nearby.

This sign is used to indicate that a first aid station is located nearby.

First Aid, Silhouette

This sign is used to indicate that a first aid station is located nearby.

A bandaged foot.

Bandaged foot

A bandaged foot.

A hand with the index finger bandaged.

Hand with bandaged finger

A hand with the index finger bandaged.

"Putting on a spiral bandage." —Davison, 1910

Putting on a spiral bandage

"Putting on a spiral bandage." —Davison, 1910

"When an arm or a leg is broken, it should be kept stretched out straight so that the sharp, broken ends of the bone will not cut the muscles, nerves, and blood vessels of the limb. If the person must be moved, wrap a pillow, coat, or blanket about the injured member, using sticks or something else stiff enough to keep it from bending." — Ritchie, 1918

Splint

"When an arm or a leg is broken, it should be kept stretched out straight so that the sharp, broken…

"No one but a good surgeon is able to set a broken bone successfully. However, if a person with a fracture must be moved from the place of accident it is wise to hold the broken bone in place by binding firmly on either side of the fracture, wrapped in a clean cloth, a narrow board, or flat stick." —Davison, 1910

Splint

"No one but a good surgeon is able to set a broken bone successfully. However, if a person with a fracture…

"The carbine boot may be used to advantage in splinting fractures of the thigh and leg." — Moss, 1914

Military splint

"The carbine boot may be used to advantage in splinting fractures of the thigh and leg." — Moss,…

"The carbine boot may be used to advantage in splinting fractures of the thigh and leg." — Moss, 1914

Military splint

"The carbine boot may be used to advantage in splinting fractures of the thigh and leg." — Moss,…

"Fracture of the leg: Apply two splints, one on the outside, the other on the inside of the limb. When nothing better can be had, support may be given by a roll of clothing and two sticks." — Moss, 1914

Leg splints

"Fracture of the leg: Apply two splints, one on the outside, the other on the inside of the limb. When…

"Fracture of the leg: Apply two splints, one on the outside, the other on the inside of the limb. When nothing better can be had, support may be given by a roll of clothing and two sticks." — Moss, 1914

Leg splints

"Fracture of the leg: Apply two splints, one on the outside, the other on the inside of the limb. When…

"The principal of a tourniquet is easily understood, a pad or compass placed on the line of the artery and a strap or band to go over the pad and around the limb so that, when tightened, it will press the pad down upon the artery and interrupt the flow of the blood." — Moss, 1914

Tourniquet

"The principal of a tourniquet is easily understood, a pad or compass placed on the line of the artery…