I'm not being harsh, licensed EMT-I, Just don't think this is a trauma ditch kit. Good for minor bumps and scratches. Nothing to freeze so yes just fine for your car or as a go to "Parent" b... Show More.ag. If you're serious you'll need to step up $$ wise. (But get training) Surprised at the lack of a CPR barrier in an auto kit. From The Ready Store: Robert, you can see the contents of the kit by clicking on the "Whats in the Box" tab of the product page so you can see what comes included in the first aid kit. Thanks, The Ready Store
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description143 Piece Kit | Soft Bag Enclosure | Good Value & Selection
• Save Time By Being Organized
Clear pocket organization for quick access, stores easily in your truck. • Don’t Stress about Emergencies
This 143 piece first-aid kit cuts and scrapes, pain and swelling, and burns. • Feel Confident in Your Preparations
As always, this product is trusted quality from First Aid Only - in business for 20 years! Recommended by health care professionals. • Be Prepared No Matter What Happens
This kit includes medicine & antiseptics, bandages, dressings, injury treatment, and references. Be ready for all potential emergencies in the car. Our new generation of soft case kit is developed to save time and frustration in the midst of emergency situations. Supplies are easy to find in patent pending, clear-pocket pages. Educational cards informing the consumer on the use of specific contents are included in this kit.
Recent events like Hurricane Katrina have opened our eyes to the responsibility we have ourselves to ensure our family’s safety and security in the midst of disaster:
- What's In-the-Box?
What's In-the-Box?Enclosure (1 Pieces):
(1) Vinyl bag - Large RedBandages (67 Pieces): (50) 3/4"x3" Adhesive plastic bandages (10) 3/8" x 1-1/2" Junior adhesive plastic bandages (2) Knuckle fabric bandages (2) Fingertip fabric bandages (2) 2" x 4" Elbow & knee plastic bandages (1) 2" Conforming gauze roll bandageDressing (12 Pieces): (6) 2" x 2" Gauze dressing pads (2) 3" x 3" Gauze dressing pads (1) 5" x 9" Trauma pads (1) Sterile eye pads (2) 2" x 2" Moleskin squaresMedicine & Antiseptics (36 Pieces): (12) Antiseptic cleansing wipes(sting free) (9) Alcohol cleansing pads (2) Insect sting relief pads (3) First aid/burn cream packs (2) Motion sickness tablets (4) Ibuprofen tablets (4) Extra-strength non-aspirin tabletsReferences & Instruments (27 Pieces): (1) Emergency First Aid Guide (1) Accident report form (1) Call police distress flag (1) Tweezers, Plastic (2) Medium safety pins (1) First aid guide (1) Medium #2 safety pin (10) Cotton tipped applicators (2) Exam quality vinyl gloves (1) Instant cold compress (3) Butterfly wound closures, medium (1) 1/2" x 5 yd. First aid tape roll (1) 6" x 3/4" Finger splint (1) Emergency blanket 38 X 60 (1) Rain poncho (1) Light stick
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: FA0036 Supply Duration: Indefinite Estimated Shelf Life: Indefinite Brand: First Aid Only Dimensions (LxWxH): 9.37" x 9.5" x 7.25" Enclosure Type: Soft Case
Customer Reviews 4 item(s)
- Nice BooBoo kit
- I'm not being harsh, licensed EMT-I, Just don't think this is a trauma ditch kit. Good for minor bumps and scratches. Nothing to freeze so yes just fine for your car or as a go to "Parent" bag. If you're serious you'll need to step up $$ wise. (But get training) Surprised at the lack of a CPR barrier in an auto kit.
From The Ready Store: Robert, you can see the contents of the kit by clicking on the "Whats in the Box" tab of the product page so you can see what comes included in the first aid kit.
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