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First Aid Kits, all types, let's see em!
#31
I have seen/looked through one their kits we had at work one time had what you need in a kit.
Practical trauma

they also have supplies available
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#32
The kits that I carry in our vehicles have:
CAT tourniquet
Israeli combat bandage
Quick Clot gauze
4X4's & ABD's
Trauma scissors
Lots of non-sterile exam gloves

My BoB has:
In addition to the above,
Two 4.0 nylon suture kits
Forceps,
Straight & curved homostats
Aspirin, motrin, triple antibiotic oint
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#33
Bump let's see some more.

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#34
I had ordered some Lidocaine a couple months ago to keep in our Family FAK, I finally actually needed it tonight.

Little girl needed to be carried home because she go a nasty splinter deep into one of her toes. I remembered I had gotten the Lidocaine, I applied a small dab to her toe and waited till she couldn't feel me pricking it with the tweezers. Then it took me about 10 minutes to get it out. It was a couple layers of skin deep. But I was able to get it out without her feeling much pain at all.

Yay technology!

https://www.amazon.com/Lidocaine-Plus-4%...=lidocaine
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#35
I did similar years ago when my son was a toddler. He slid down a barnboard type piece of wood. One of those fitness trail things at a park. No one could remove the very large and deep splinter. I had Orajel on hand.
We still have the splinter in a small picture frame somewhere captioned "Dylan's Butt Splinter"

Not nearly as bad as my nephew's Dick Tick.

Everyone acted as though I was Bear Gryls or a genius but there were naysayers.


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#36
Mitch10mm;174351 Wrote:I did similar years ago when my son was a toddler. He slid down a barnboard type piece of wood. One of those fitness trail things at a park. No one could remove the very large and deep splinter. I had Orajel on hand.
We still have the splinter in a small picture frame somewhere captioned "Dylan's Butt Splinter"

Not nearly as bad as my nephew's Dick Tick.

Everyone acted as though I was Bear Gryls or a genius but there were naysayers.


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