Sports first aid kit


A sports first aid kit consist of a Bandages which is sheer and flexible, Non-stick pads which is of assorted sizes, Soft gauze bandages, Oval eye pads, Triangular bandage, Hypo-allergenic first aid tape in dispenser,2-inch elastic bandage, Antiseptic wipes, First aid cream, Instant cold pack, Scissors, Tweezers, First aid guide, Contents card, and Disposable gloves. This kit is designed for frequent use multiple-team recreation areas. It comes in either a bright yellow tool-style case or easy-to-carry sport bag. It is organized to have the most used products quickly accessible without rifling through all the kit each time.

Kit

The kit is stocked with supplies for multiple small injuries but has enough gear for a major injury until the ambulance arrives. Features include: SAM splints for leg/arm and finger, gloves, CPR gear, six chemical ice packs, splinter/magnifier combo, penlight, quality shears, lots and lots of bandages, tapes and every-game items. No team should be beginning the game without our kit. A well-stocked first-aid kit, kept within easy reach, is a necessity in every home. Having supplies gathered ahead of time will help you handle an emergency at a moment's notice. You should keep one first-aid kit in your home and one in each car. Also be sure to bring a first-aid kit on family vacations. Choose containers for your kits that are roomy, durable, easy to carry, and simple to open. Plastic tackle boxes or containers for storing art supplies are ideal, since they're lightweight, have handles, and offer a lot of space.

After you've stocked your first-aid kits:

Read the entire first-aid manual so you'll understand how to use the contents of your kits. Store first-aid kits in places that are out of children's reach but easily accessible for adults.
Check the kits regularly. Replace missing items or medicines that may have expired. You should include following in each of your first-aid kits, namely, first-aid manual, sterile gauze, adhesive tape, adhesive bandages in several sizes, elastic bandage, antiseptic wipes, soap, antibiotic cream (triple-antibiotic ointment), antiseptic solution (like hydrogen peroxide), hydrocortisone cream (1%), acetaminophen and ibuprofen, extra prescription medications (if the family is going on vacation), tweezers, sharp scissors, safety pins, disposable instant cold packs, calamine lotion, alcohol wipes or ethyl alcohol, thermometer, plastic gloves (at least 2 pairs), flashlight and extra batteries, mouthpiece for administering CPR (can be obtained from your local Red Cross), your list of emergency phone numbers, and blanket (stored nearby)

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