Having A Survival First Aid Kit Should Now Be Required

24/02/2012 03:50

There are lots of protection conscious those who rifles, alarm systems, and deadbolt locks to shield their own families, yet they don't even own a first aid kit. It may seem silly at first, but a properly stored first aid kit in a surviving situation may well do much more in order to save someone over a gun. The improper cleansing of slashes, scrapes, and abrasions can cause infection that severely compromise someone's health. An advanced first aid kit will also contain a tool set for treating injuries.

While shopping for your first aid kits do not buy the cheap variety that only has bandages. A good emergency first aid kit will contain the following:

Absorbent compress dressings, adhesive bandages, adhesive cloth tape, antibiotic ointment ,antiseptic wipe packets, aspirin ,blanket ,breathing barrier ,instant cold compress ,pair of non latex gloves, hydrocortisone ointment, scissors ,roller bandage ,sterile gauze pads ,thermometer triangular bandages, tweezers and medical instruction booklet

One of the most essential components of that book is the instruction booklet that informs you how to use all the contents of the first aid kit. What good are all these things with no knowledge of how to use them? You should also add in any special medication that you or your family members currently use. People with diabetes should store blood insulin and blood sugar gels to their first aid kit. An effective first aid kit should have you covered for any medical unexpected emergency.


The world wide web is an excellent place to locate the best packages of first aid kits, and it will allow you to compare selling price and content a lot easier than inside a shop.

The perfect emergency first aid kit may stop a lot of unnecessary discomfort and infections. It is always good to have a first aid kit around most especially when you have young children and elderly people living with you. Even in the car or truck and whenever traveling a first aid kit is a must thing to bring.