Helps smother a chimney fire as a first response before professional help arrives. Dry chemical flare produces copious smoke to starve the fire of oxygen. To use, strike on end of flare to light, toss into stove and close door.Size: Toss-In.Case: 12.
Forms a tough and flexible seal; Will adhere to most clean surfaces including: glass, metal, plastics, fiberglass, wood, brick, and stone. Seal fireplace inserts, repair solar panels, apply ceramic tiles to your fireplace surround or heat shielding behind your stove, the uses are endless; Rated to withstand up to 600 F (315 C).
Dissolves the creosote build-up, soot and grim on windows of wood fired heating appliances. Just spray on and wipe off, letting the cleaner do the work. Great for use on wood stoves, andiron sets and tools where creosote is not too heavy.
The fourth edition of Clinical Examination provides a clear, practical and above all, superbly illustrated guide to all aspects of history taking and patient examination. Designed to be accessible both to medical students just starting their clinical attachments and to more experienced readers, the clear writing style, the innovative use of clinical photographs and the explanatory illustrations combine to explain and clarify the concepts and skills necessary to take a history and perform an examination. The text is organised by body system, with each chapter structured the same way: firstly, underlying structure and function; secondly, signs, symptoms and abnormalities; thirdly, patient examination.The anatomy & physiology coverage 'sets the scene' and refreshes students' memory on the science they studied earlier in their courseThe signs & symptoms sections serve as a mini-textbook of medicine by highlighting most important diseases associated with each body systemThe history-taking and examination sections alert students to general principles and particular considerations relevant to interacting with patientsEight different types of boxes classify information on key aspects of the text: differential diagnosis; emergency topics; examination of the elderly; questions to ask; areas for review; risk factors; symptoms and signs; and ‘red flag’ issuesNearly 1000 illustrations, including over 500 photographs of physical signs as they present in real lifeColour diagrams illustrate underlying structure and function as well as demonstrating examination techniquesNow available on Student Consult with full online access to the text and illustrationsAn expanded author team includes representatives from primary care to reflect the changes in the teaching environment for clinical skillsA new first chapter focuses more strongly on communication skills and ethicsNew ‘red flag’ highlight important symptoms and signs requiring urgent attentionOnline access to the text and illustrations on Student Consult for the first timeA revised text design givers the text a fresh feel and aids navigation through the book
This thermometer is specially designed for vertical applications on all single wall chimney pipe or cook top surface of any wood or coal stove. It is not designed for double wall pipe. Fastening is provided primarily by the magnet on back, but it is imperative to use safety wire on all vertical applications. Magnets tend to lose their attraction when exposed to temperatures above 1000 degrees F. This can happen on any stove if a chimney fire should occur. To prevent unit from sliding out of position connect provided safety wire around stovepipe and through mounting bracket on back of thermometer and secure to the stovepipe as shown in package illustration. Consult your stove owner's manual for optimum burn temperatures. The burning ranges shown on the thermometer face is our best estimate and is given as a guide only.