Introduction The general nature, causation and prevention of Infectious Diseases.—Bacteria and their relation to wounds.—Antisepsis. — Practical Exercises: Rendering different regions of the body aseptic.
Anatomy and Physiology.—Bones.—Joints.—Muscles.—Nervous System.—Circulation.—Lungs.—Kidneys.—Skin.—Stomach and Intestine.—Bandaging.—Triangular and Quadrangular Bandages of Esmarch.—Practical Exercises: Bandaging.
Injuries of the Soft Parts.—Contusions.—Sprains.—Concussion of the Brain.— Shock. — Wounds. — Healing. — Dressing. — Poisoned Wounds. —Hemorrhage.—Manual Compression.—Instrumental Compression.—Hemorrhage from ears, mouth, stomach, lungs.—Auto-transfusion.—Practical Exercises: Arresting hemorrhage from different regions of the body.
Fractures, diagnosis of.—Healing of Bones.—How to set a Fracture. Application of Splints.—Special Fractures.—Dislocations.—Practical Exercises: Extemporizing splints and applying them to different parts of the body.