"Application of a bandage." — Richardson, 1906

Bandage Application

"Application of a bandage." — Richardson, 1906

"Showing how the Improvised Three-Handed Seat may be used to carry an Injured Person. The picture also shows how a boy's broken leg may be treated with an improvised apparatus made of pieces of oak bark for splints, padded with graass and held in place by two pocket handkerchiefs." — Blaisedell, 1904

Hand seat

"Showing how the Improvised Three-Handed Seat may be used to carry an Injured Person. The picture also…

"The bandaging will stop all ordinary bleeding. Generally this is all that is necessary for the first treatment and sometimes it is all that is needed for several days." — Moss, 1914

Coat sling

"The bandaging will stop all ordinary bleeding. Generally this is all that is necessary for the first…

"The bandaging will stop all ordinary bleeding. Generally this is all that is necessary for the first treatment and sometimes it is all that is needed for several days." — Moss, 1914

Sleeve sling

"The bandaging will stop all ordinary bleeding. Generally this is all that is necessary for the first…

"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…

"Treatment of fracture of both bones of the forearm." — Richardson, 1906

Splint

"Treatment of fracture of both bones of the forearm." — Richardson, 1906

"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,…

"Showing how a pillow, an inside coat, a "sweater", or a blanket may be used as a temporary splint on a broken leg." — Blaisedell, 1904

Temporary splint

"Showing how a pillow, an inside coat, a "sweater", or a blanket may be used as a temporary splint on…

"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…