BIPP Treatment of War Wounds
A scarce Great War guide to dressing wounds with the new Bipp treatment
First edition, small hardback with printed titling to upper board. 17 × 11cm, 72pp.
Written by the author in 1918 as a contribution to war effort, this book introduces a new way to treat the wounded men of the Great War. He identified that an antiseptic environment was the key to a better chance of recovery. He advocated the application of Bipp paste to clean the wound and to ward off further infections. Bipp was Bismuth Iodine Paraffin Paste. This rare book is a slim guide to the traetment of war wounds on limbs and the head etc and is illustrated with drawings.
Fair condition. The covers are faded with some light wear to the joints. Internally, the pages are clean but have a little scattered foxing. The inner binding is pulled in places but no pages are detached. A rare copy.
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