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The most important reason that First Aid kits need to be regularly checked is that First Aid kits do expire. Having an average shelf life of 3-5 years, whoever is checking your First Aid kit should always take note of the date by which it's contents need to be replenished.
Bandages \u2013 over time, most adhesive bandages deteriorate and lose their adhesiveness; rendering them useless. They also lose their sterility, making them unsafe for use. Sterile Wipes and Cleaning Supplies \u2013 wipes and other wound cleaning supplies that have expired, can often lose their sterility.
It can help reduce the risk of infection or the severity of an injury. First aid kits typically include a variety of supplies that will help treat cuts, scrapes and injuries, including sprains and burns. You can easily buy a prepared kit online or prepare your own.
Put these in each of your first-aid kits: an up-to-date first-aid manual. a list of emergency phone numbers. sterile gauze pads of different sizes. adhesive tape. adhesive bandages (Band-Aids) in several sizes. an elastic bandage. a splint. antiseptic wipes.
Put these in each of your first-aid kits: an up-to-date first-aid manual. a list of emergency phone numbers. sterile gauze pads of different sizes. adhesive tape. adhesive bandages (Band-Aids) in several sizes. an elastic bandage. a splint. antiseptic wipes.
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What should I keep in my first aid kit? plasters in a variety of different sizes and shapes. small, medium and large sterile gauze dressings. at least 2 sterile eye dressings. triangular bandages. crêpe rolled bandages. safety pins. disposable sterile gloves. tweezers.
Here are some basic things to add to your kit that can come in handy in sticky situations, or until paramedics arrive: Examination gloves. Adhesive bandages. Medical tape. Cold compresses. Medical scissors. Tweezers. Gauze pads. Gauze rolls/kling rolls.
Here are some basic things to add to your kit that can come in handy in sticky situations, or until paramedics arrive: Examination gloves. Adhesive bandages. Medical tape. Cold compresses. Medical scissors. Tweezers. Gauze pads. Gauze rolls/kling rolls.
Here are some basic things to add to your kit that can come in handy in sticky situations, or until paramedics arrive: Examination gloves. Adhesive bandages. Medical tape. Cold compresses. Medical scissors. Tweezers. Gauze pads. Gauze rolls/kling rolls.
Here are some basic things to add to your kit that can come in handy in sticky situations, or until paramedics arrive: Examination gloves. Adhesive bandages. Medical tape. Cold compresses. Medical scissors. Tweezers. Gauze pads. Gauze rolls/kling rolls.

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