This first aid kit from MacGill has everything we could possibly need to treat minor injuries. The kit includes over 40 basic care materials and provides step by step instructions to each! Inside of the kit is an instructions sheet with basic first aid information. Each product is sorted into color coded sections to match parts of the instructions sheet. This makes finding the appropriate materials super easy. For example, if my daughter gets stung by a wasp I would simply find the “Insect Stings And Bites” section of the information sheet then find the matching color coded materials. In that case I would need the aerosol wound wash, instant cold compress and cold compress cover which are all found in the blue section of the kit. After that I would need the sting relief wipes and the hydrocortisone cream which are found in the green section of the kit. Our MacGill First Aid Kit is one of the easiest and most organized first aid kit we have ever owned. It is extremely lightweight and easy to carry, making it perfect to bring along with us to family outings. Definitely a must-have for every household!
Eye Wash, Instant Cold Compress, Cold Compress Cover, Aerosol Wound Wash, Neosporin No-Touch Spray, 1″ Tape, Sterile Roller Bandages, Gauze Pads, ABD Pad, Triangular Bandage, BurnFree Burn Dressing , BleedCease Blood Coagulent, Eye Pad, Elastic Bandage, Coverlet Fingertip Bandage, Coverlet Knuckle Bandage, Coverlet Small Strip Bandage, Coverlet Medium Strip Bandage, Coverlet X-Large Bandage, Sterile Cotton-Tipped Applicators, Large Nitrile Gloves, Instant Hand Sanitizer Gel Packets, Tweezers, Alcohol Prep Pads, Scissors, Sickness Badge , Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packets, Glucose Gel Packet, Sting Relief Wipes, Bayer Aspirin Two Pill Packet, Diphenhydramine (Allergy Relief) Single packets, Oral Thermometer, Hydrocortisone Anti-Itch Cream, Burn Cream With Aloe Vera, and a Light Stick
DISCLAIMER: The information should be used only as a guide and is not intended to replace proper medical treatment or advice from a licensed physician or medical professional. Always call 911 for medical emergencies.
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