This is friggin’ awesome: A list of ISS medical procedures, though lacking in some areas. There’s nothing in here that would surprise you if you know anything about medicine, inasmuch as the procedures are basically what they are on earth, but they’re structured so that a random astronaut could do it without much thinking. One glaring part that’s missing is the “now what?” aspect of post-stabilization — ok, you’ve just performed the first zero-g cricothyrotomy. Now what do you do?
It’s actually part of a much larger collection of ISS procedures and guidance that should make for some interesting time killing later. (Inspiration for hunting this information down here; links will be updated if I can find the whole manual somewhere.)