What is inside a First Aid Kit?

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The very definition of First Aid is “emergency medical help given to a sick/injured person before full treatment is available” – Oxford English Dictionary (Seventh Edition 2012)

Human beings have always reverted to the #1 human trait since the dawn of time…

SURVIVAL

Survival is what makes us push on, live each day and overcome extreme hardships despite what our emotions are on that current day or night.

Below are the essentials found in a First Aid Kit (For South African readers, visit Takealot.com to purchase one and ALWAYS be prepared for an accident)

WHAT’S IN THE BAG?

6 x thin plaster strips

2 x big plasters

2 x bandage rolls

1 x triangle (shoulder sling) bandage

2 x non-adherent pads (primary dressing for light draining wounds)

4 x gauze swabs (used to place over a wound before taping, strapping or bandaging up or can be soaked in antiseptic liquid)

2 x dress bandages

4 x sting relief pads

6 x alcohol pads (used for disinfecting tools and hands prior to treatment and not for consumption, lol)

1 x Instant ice pack

1 x Blue jelly sticky bandage (Used to place over wound with heavy draining)

Pair of gloves

1 x mouthpiece

Small tweezers (Used for cutting open clothing and not for your eyebrows, lol)

Mini scissors

1 x thermostat

NOTE: Mini kit is portable and can be used for both home and car accidents

Useful local emergency numbers (SA only)

Nationwide flying squad – police patrol unit
10111Nationwide Ambulance
10177

Nationwide Fire Brigade
10177

NetCare911

082 911

ER24

084 124


Thanks oh-so much for taking the time to read my latest work*.

You’re all truly appreciated *Cue a cup of coffee. #ReadersAreTheeBest

Wishing you and your family (Furry and feathered angels included) a wonderful day or a blessed evening (Wherever you are in the World)

Until next time, beautiful beings

-Kelly

 

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