Medical Tag Booklet .pdf



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Printable Emergency Medical Tags

Web Printable Emergency Medical Tags
Instructions
You'll need the Acrobat Reader 5.0 or superior plug-in to see the
paperwork.
If you don't have the FREE Acrobat Reader, please download it here.
Printing instructions, when printing these sheets, make sure you uncheck
both "Shrink oversized pages to paper size" and "Expand small pages to
pape size" boxes. Unless noted, all sheets should be printed on a 8.5" x 11"
sized sheet.
In between the original tag and the copy, place a piece of carbon papaer,
with the same dimensions of the copy tag. If desired, place as well a piece
of translucent copy paper in between the carbon paper and the copy tag to
protect from smudges.

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Printable Emergency Medical Tags

Emergency Medical Tag, Book of 20 tags, set containing front and back
covers, counter-covers, original and copy tags. Covers and counter covers
to be printed on a light-blue lightweight cardstock. Original tags to be
printed on an ivory/old white lightweight cardstock. Copy tags to be printed
on regular paper.

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Printable Emergency Medical Tags

Emergency Medical Tags, set containing front and back countercovers, To
be printed on a light-blue lightweight cardstock. Opposite side as to the
front and back covers. Line up arrows on both sides upwards.

Emergency Medical Tags, originals to be removed at the dashed line at the
bottom, set of 2 per sheet. To be printed on an ivory/old white lightweight
cardstock.

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Printable Emergency Medical Tags

Emergency Medical Tags, copies that remain in the book, set of 2 per sheet.
To be printed on a regular sheet of paper.

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Made by Hector Rojas
5thranger@earthlink.net
5thrangers.deadlydozen.net

When printing, uncheck both
fit to page and shrink to page
Print in light weight light blue cardstock

This side up

Made by Hector Rojas
5thranger@earthlink.net
5thrangers.deadlydozen.net

When printing, uncheck both
fit to page and shrink to page
Print in light weight light blue cardstock

This side up

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Before writing tag tear out tissue paper protecting the
carbon sheet. Use hard, black pencil to assure a clear duplication. Throw carbon away after the tag is prepared.
.
2. Identification of the arm or service of which the patient
is a member is a highly important matter in connection with
his military record, and is necessary for studies of battle casualties and planing for medical service in combat. Make the
identification record as complete as time permits.
.
3. Under “Diagnosis” note the essential facts concerning the
character of disease or injury. In the case of wounded and of
the dead found in the field, the entry “Wounded in action,”
W.I.A., or “killed in action,” K.I.A., must appear, with a brief
description of the location and character of the wound and a
notation of the causative agent.
.
4. Under “Treatment given” note the dressing applied, the
amount of stimulants or anodynes administered, and whether
operation or treatment is urgently needed.
.
5. Detach original tag and affix it to clothing of patient (or
to clothing of the dead, as the case may be) over breast or as
near it as possible.
.
6. Under “Supplemental record” on the back of the original, record and sign the additional treatment given en route to
hospital, indicating its nature and where and when it was given.

If the patient dies en route, note here the fact, time, and place
of death. Note the hospital where the patient was admitted for
definitive treatment, or the disposition of the body. If the soldier is returned to duty from any station on the route of evacuation prior to admission to hospital, record that fact under this
heading. ..................
.
7. Observe the requirements of Army Regulations concerning the removal of the original tags and the disposition of the
originals and duplicates.
.
8. Do not lose this book or any record therein; return to
your unit surgeon at his request or when all tags have been
used.
...................................................
.
9. Abbreviations: C W-Contused wound; E W-Extensive
wound; F U O-Fever of undetermined origin; F C-Fracture,
compound; F C C-Fracture, compound, comminuted; F SFracture, simple; G S W-Gun-shot wound; I W-Incised
wound; K I A-Killed in action; L W-Lacerated wound; M
W-Multiple wounds; N Y D-Not yet diagnosed; Pen WPenetrating wound; Perf W-Perforating wound; Pun W-Punctured wound; S V-Severe; S-Slight; W I A-Wounded in
action.
................................................. .
10. Disposition is important, e.g.-Duty, or Evac. Hosp. No.
6, or Surg. Hosp. No. 12.
.

Made by Hector Rojas
5thranger@earthlink.net
5thrangers.deadlydozen.net

When printing, uncheck both
fit to page and shrink to page
Print in light weight ivory/old white cardstock

Made by Hector Rojas
5thranger@earthlink.net
5thrangers.deadlydozen.net

When printing, uncheck both
fit to page and shrink to page
Print in regular white paper



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