Johnson's First Aid Manual Edited by Frederick B. Kilmer
One of America’s largest corporations, Johnson & Johnson, is credited with inventing some of the most well-known consumer health products in American history, including but not limited to the Band-Aid and baby powder.

The company originally published this first aid handbook in 1901 as both a reference for consumers and to simultaneously promote their products. This 1929 edition is an abridged, portable edition to carry with you on any excursion and includes dozens of black-and-white illustrations throughout for readers to visually reference.

The book includes sections on sanitizing wounds, cleanliness, preventing the spread of disease, and how to care for the sick, among many other important health tips that are still relevant today. Revisit this classic manual for first aid and see how people viewed health and medicine in America almost ninety years ago.
TitleJohnson's First Aid Manual
AuthorEdited by Frederick B. Kilmer
PublisherSkyhorse Publishing
ImprintClydesdale Press
Published30 January 2018
Dimensions5.50 x 8.25in.

About the author

Frederick B. Kilmer was an American pharmacist, author, public health activist and the director of Scientific Laboratories for the Johnson & Johnson company from 1889 until his death in 1934. He invented such well-known household items such as adhesive band-aids and baby powder.

ISBNs: 9781945186424 978-1-945186-42-4 Title: johnsons first aid manual category:HEA 
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