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5 Things to Know About Your First Aid Kit

5 Things to Know About Your First Aid Kit

As part of our organization’s mission, REMSA Health believes that educating the public in emergency response, such as CPR and first aid training, plays a crucial role in saving lives. First aid kits are important in an emergency as they reduce the risk of minor injuries from worsening. First aid training also gives people confidence to assist with an accident or injury to help alleviate or stabilize the situation. This year, in partnership with the Washoe County Health District, REMSA Health is offering free first aid kits to community organizations and organized groups such as youth and adult sports leagues.To get more news about First Aid Kits, you can visit rusunsafety.com official website.
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Before your next group outing or event, consider if you are properly prepared in case of an emergency. Do a brief review of your first aid kit. Here’s a quick checklist to ensure you have everything you need.
What’s in your first aid kit, and what needs to be added? Some necessary items include but are not limited to the following: an Epipen (Rx only) or Benadryl, a CPR mask/ breathing barrier, non-latex gloves, scissors, a thermometer, sterile water, a splint, a whistle, antibiotic ointment, tweezers, gauze, bandages of various sizes, antiseptic wipes, first aid guide or first aid app, a cold compress, paper and permanent marker, pain relievers, a small pocket knife, a tourniquet, and sunblock.
Just because you’ve never experienced an emergency doesn’t mean it won’t happen. Here are some emergencies to consider when packing your first aid kit:
Sprains/Strains/Fractures
Cuts, abrasions, and puncture wounds
Allergic reactions, dehydration, and insect bites
Minor burns and blisters
Is your next sporting event going to be out of state? Here’s a list of important items to bring with you or place in your first aid kit before you go:
As always, be sure to enjoy your time with others but remember to be safe. Before your next big adventure check your first aid kit and ensure you have the right items in the event of an emergency.

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