First Aid/How To Read This Book

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Internationally-recognized standards[edit]

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Where there is a regional departure from the protocols in the main text, they're noted in a box like this.

This book is international in nature - we've tried to use internationally-recognized standards as much as possible. For more information on how standards are developed and implemented, see Appendix B: Behind the Scenes. Where required, we've added regional notes to highlight regional differences.


Boxes highlight important information[edit]

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This type of box highlights areas where additional caution is needed.
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This type of box shows the reader a common mistake or something that could harm the victim.
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These boxes highlight a technique commonly used because it's the best (or one of the best) ways of doing things, or it is something important to remember


Summaries make studying easy[edit]

Summaries are available for the following modules:

 
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