First aid kit for car:


We should spend some on the road emergency preparedness kit. Buy a waterproof sack's that large enough for everything you need. Include a small plastic bag inside it to keep your medicines dry. Also include everything that you might need for a medical emergency: 4-by-4-inch no adhesive bandages, gauze and medical tape, butterfly bandage strips and an elastic bandage. Add a instant ice pack, alcohol wipes, tweezers, cotton balls, a small pack of tissues, antibiotic ointment, tincture of benzoic, insect sting relief pads, cortisone cream and an irrigation syringe. Include acetaminophen and ibuprofen for pain relief, and antihistamines for allergic reactions. A first aid instruction book can be very helpful. Always wear seat belts in the car. When assembling your first aid kit, whether for use in the home, car or at work, you should consider possible injuries you are likely to encounter and then select kit for contents to treat those conditions.

Content for the first aid kit:
adhesive strip bandages
adhesive tapes
alcohol wipes
antacid
antibiotic ointment
baking soda
Chemical ice packs.
tweezers

We should keep dettol in the cars for use and we should keep some bandages and cotton balls for use in the car. This compact styled Kit Box is made of polycarbonate and contains a guidance leaflet and a comprehensive selection of dressings.
Contains - one each of the following:-
Triangular Bandage.
Conforming Bandage 5cm.
Large Dressing.


From car safety kits to fire extinguishers, Safety First features 12 pages of practical safety equipment for today's busy family. Before going on a long journey please check your breaks are not weak, and check your tires should be filled with air.

Car first aid akit contains:
1. Roll of gauze bandages
2. Sterile gauze pads.
3. Bandages in different sizes.
4. Scissors
5. Hydrogen peroxide
6. Triangular bandages and safety pins for a sling
7. Roll of absorbent cotton
8. Pain reliever in tablet /capsule form and liquid form for infants.
9. Extra clothes.

Check the expiry dates of all the medicines regularly in your kit. Beware of the temperature sensitive products stored in your car.

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