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THE BOATER'S MEDICAL COMPANION Reading Dr. Gould's excellent guide to handling medical emergencies and having it aboard as a ready reference can make any boater more confident in coping with a medical emergency afloat. Special sections on using the radio and dealing with a medical evacuation will be helpful to an inexperienced crew member faced with a disabled captain.This selection from the Cornell Boaters Library is designed for those who don't plan to go on bluewater cruises, but who need to know how to deal with emergencies on board.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Robert S. Gould, a retired physician, is an avid sailor/explorer who has made two transatlantic passages, six Bermuda passages, and twice sailed to and from the Caribbean. He has cruised extensively in western Europe from the Arctic Circle down to Southern Portugal and in North America from Nova Scotia to the Chesapeake Bay. Licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard as an ocean operator for vessels up to 50 tons as well as for auxiliary sail vessels, Dr. Gould has taught sailing at the Boston Harbor Sailing School.An assistant professor of surgery at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and a former chief of surgery at a Boston area hospital, Dr. Gould is a founding member of the Board of Directors and officer of the Massachusetts Association of Practicing Urologists. ISBN: 0-87033-402-6 publish date: 12/15/1990
Binding Type: Softcover
ISBN: 0-87033-402-6
Author: Robert S. Gould, M.D.

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