First Aid Kit

It is a collection of supplies and equipment which are used in giving first aid, and can be put together for an individual or organization for the purpose. These are available in Small, Medium, and Large size, with detectable Blue plasters 2,24, 36, Triangular Bandage 90 x 127cm, and Carton dimensions (mm) : 490X460X270, 550X500X310, 560X350X31.

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A first aid kit is a collection of medical supplies and equipment, often portable. 

First aid kits are a bare necessity. They are extremely useful in case of car crashes and emergencies, but are equally useful for any minor injuries sustained in any other environment. an ambulance may reach you in a matter of few minutes, but every minute is crucial when it comes to saving lives. and having a stocked first aid kit at all times is the first step.

 


Type
Quantity for 10 Person Quantity for 20 Person Quantity for 50 Person
First Aid Guidance Leaflet 1 1 1
Blue plasters detectable 12 24 36
Eye Pad Dressing with Bandage Sterile 2 4 6
Triangular Bandage 90 x 127cm 4 6 8
Medium HSE Dressing 12 x 12cm 6 9 12
Large HSE Dressing 18 x 18 cm 2 3 4
Safety Pins - Pack of 2 1 2 2
Vinyl Powder-free Medium Single Pair 1 2 3
Moist Cleansing Wipes 8 10 20
Box type and dimension GKB102 255x235x88 GKB101 290x270x103mm GKB100 338x330x110mm
Units per carton 10 10 5
Carton dimensions 490X460X270MM 550X500X310M 560X350X31MM
Units/20FCL 4500 3220 2260
Units/40GP 9450 6750 4730
Units/40GP 11200 7980 5600

 

Breakdown of some supplies every first aid kit needs.

 

Dressings and bandages:

 

25 adhesive bandages of various sizes (brand names: Band-Aid, Curad, others)

5 sterile gauze pads (3 x 3 inches)

5 sterile gauze pads (4 x 3 inches)

Gauze roll

Eye shield or pad

Roll of adhesive tape

Elastic bandage (brand names: ACE, Coban, others) for wrapping wrist, elbow, ankle and knee injuries (3 to 4 inches wide)

2 triangular bandages for wrapping injuries and making arm slings

Sterile cotton balls and cotton-tipped swabs

Equipment and other supplies:

 

2 pair latex or non-latex gloves (These should be worn any time you may be at risk of contact with blood or body fluid of any type.)

Instant cold pack

5 safety pins to easily fasten splints and bandages

Turkey baster or other suction device to flush out wounds

Aluminum finger splint

Syringe and medicine spoon for giving specific doses of medicine

Thermometer

Tweezers to remove ticks, insect stingers and small splinters

Scissors for cutting gauze

Breathing barrier for giving CPR

Blanket

Hand sanitizer (liquid and/or wipes)

First aid manual

List of emergency numbers

Medicine for cuts and injuries:

 

Antiseptic solution or wipes, such as hydrogen peroxide, povidone-iodine (one brand name: Betadine) or chlorhexidine (one brand name: Betasept)

Antibiotic ointment (brand names: Neosporin, Bactroban) that contain ingredients such as bacitracin or mupirocin

Sterile eyewash or saline, such as contact lens saline solution

Calamine lotion for stings or poison ivy

Hydrocortisone cream, ointment or lotion for itching

Other medicines:

 

Pain and fever medicines, such as aspirin, acetaminophen (one brand name: Tylenol) or ibuprofen (brand names: Advil, Motrin). (Note: Do not give children and teenagers aspirin, because it has been related to a potentially serious disease called Reye's syndrome in children younger than 18 years of age.)

Antihistamine (one brand name: Benadryl) to treat allergies and swelling

Decongestants to treat nasal congestion

Anti-nausea medicine to treat motion sickness and other types of nausea

Anti-diarrhea medicine

Antacid to treat upset stomach

Laxative to treat constipation


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