The kitchen, just like any part of your house, can be a dangerous place. Hazards can be found everywhere. Fire, electricity, heat, scalding hot water, smoke, sharp utensils and even culinary gizmos can be a threat. Therefore, it’s better to be prepared than to be sorry.

The Home Chef’s Emergency Medical Guide is a handy kitchen companion for everyone who loves to spend time in the kitchen – whether you’re using a razor-sharp boning knife, drizzling a red wine in a sizzling sauté pan or opening the lid of a hot casserole dish.

But keep it in mind that this book is not a substitute for professional medical help. It’s only intended for the prevention of major injuries as well as the application of first aid care before the medical professionals rush in for help or when you’re in the middle of preparing a sumptuous dish.

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