First aid ABS case Attachment 3 TN/BZ complete adriamed cat. c
A first aid kit, as the name suggests, is a briefcase containing medical supplies. In many cases, they can be used to treat wounds, stings, bites, and household accidents. It does not replace a visit to a doctor or the emergency room, depending on the severity of the case, but allows you to give first aid if necessary. No one is immune from the need for treatment. An injury or accident can happen at any time. The severity of the injuries can vary. To deal with the most urgent situations, you need to have a range of medical products and accessories on hand. That's why it's often imperative to have a first aid kit at home, in the car or at work.
First of all, a distinction must be made between accessories and medicines. The latter should be limited in the first aid kit. They must not allow for any interaction with a treatment that might be given in a medical context. One should also avoid a possible allergy.
For accessories, it is essential to find sterile compresses to apply to wounds or burns. The elastic net will allow you to make a bandage. A thermometer is mandatory to check the temperature of the sick person. Fever can be a key indicator. A pair of scissors, a tubular bandage (to be placed on the fingers), and plaster will help hold the elastic shirt in place. Finally, a hemostatic cushion allows, in case of bleeding, to stop the flow of blood, waiting for help.
- 2 pairs of disposable sterile gloves
- 125 ml of povidone-iodine 10% iodine cutaneous solution
- 250 ml of saline solution (0.9% sodium chloride)
- 3 sterile gauze tablets 20×20 cm in single envelopes
- 1 tablet of sterile gauze 18×40 cm in single envelopes
- 1 sterile disposable dressing tweezers
- 1 cotton wool
- 1 pack of 20 plasters of various sizes ready to use
- 1 roll of plaster cm 2.5 x 5 m
- 2 rolls of hemmed bandage cm 10 x 5 m
- 1 pair of scissors