First Aid bag
A comprehensive First Aid Kit Bag should include the following:
- Easily carried bag, with adequate compartments for carrying the medical equipment
- Rolls of Elastic Adhesive Bandage 2.5cm, 5 cm wide
- Antiseptic wipes
- Cold spray
- Sterile Gauze
- Alcohol pads
- Sun Screen
- Sting relief
- Tissues - wet wipes
- Medical release forms, sports head injury card, Accident report form, Emergency information card
- Dressing pack
- Cotton tips
- Crepe Bandage 7.5cm
- Plasters - various
- Zinc oxide tape 3,8cm, 2.5 cm
- Gauze 10cm, 5 cm
- Petroleum Jelly 85gm
- Number 7 (finger) Number 9 dressing (large)
- Latex Disposable gloves (pair)
- Disposable resuscitation aid
- Instant Ice Packs
- Non Adherent Dressing 5cm
- Large Triangular bandage - Ultra versatile. Made from muslin cloth. Can be used to bandage areas from head to toe. Essential to use a sling for shoulder injuries and several can be used to immobilise the lower limb in suspected fractures
- Polyester/Rayon non-woven pads for stemming bleeding wounds and dressing cuts, scrapes and grazes.7.5cm Crepe bandage - High quality cotton crepe bandage. Conforms easily to the body to provide support to the injured part. Each bandage is approximately 4,5m long when rolled out. Perfect for 'Robert Jones' pressure supports or for 'Figure 8' bandages in the treatment of Clavicular fractures.
- Wound closure strips coated with a hypoallergenic adhesive that allows almost pain free closure of the wound. Perfect for the closure of mild to moderate cuts and gashes.
- Non-adherent, sterile wound dressings. Provides a physical barrier to facilitate wound healing. Ideal for dressing cuts, scrapes and grazes.
- Water - bottle for drinking
- Water and sponge for cleaning mud from wounds in a waterproof zip bag
- Mobile phone - charged and working
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