This minor care first aid kit is meant to care for small wounds without major bleeding. It comes loaded with lots of antiseptics (including raw honey), gauze and wrapping materials to protect wounds from infection and to promote healing. The magnifying glass and stainless steel tweezers can be used to remove small foreign objects and debris from wounds. Butterfly bandages and benzoin tincture are meant to help keep skin edges together for proper healing. Instant ice packs are useful to reduce swelling and pain.
The image of the contents does not include everything, such as the triangular bandage, more raw honey, tweezers and the actual number of gauze products (which is actually MUCH MUCH MORE, see the content list below).
The rugged thick cotton canvas bag can hold up to years of use. It has a sturdy brass zipper and non-breakable bottom.
20 GLOVES, NITRILE, NONSTERILE
1 HAND SANITIZER
1 EMT SCISSORS
1 MAGNIFYING GLASS
1 TWEEZERS, 4.5”
1 SYRINGE, 12CC, REUSABLE
1 BETADINE SOLUTION BOTTLE, 4oz
40 COTTON-TIPPED APPLICATORS, 3” (20 PACKS OF 2)
21 BZK ANTISEPTIC WIPES
1 HYDROCORTISONE CREAM
1 BACITRACIN WITH ZINC OINTMENT
1 BURN JEL SPRAY, 4oz
8 HONEY PACKETS, RAW
100 BUTTERFLY BANDAGES, ¾” X 1 16/18”, STERILE, INDIVIDUAL
5 BENZOIN TINCTURE
20 GAUZE, 4X4”, STERILE (10 packs of 2)
20 GAUZE, 2X2”, STERILE (10 PACKS OF 2)
20 GAUZE, 3X4”, STERILE, NON-STICK
5 GAUZE, ROLLER, 6”, STERILE
5 GAUZE, ROLLER, 1”, STERILE
1 TAPE, PAPER, 1”X 10YDS
60-80 BANDAIDS, ASSORTED SIZES
20 BANDAIDS, EX-LARGE 2X4”
1 COFLEX (COBAN), BLUE, 4”
1 ELASTIKON ELASTIC STRETCHY WRAP, CURAD PERFORMANCE SERIES, 1”
1 ACE WRAP, 4”, WITH CLIPS
1 SAM SPLINT, FINGER, REUSABLE
1 TRIANGULAR BANDAGE
4 INSTANT ICE PACKS
CPR & FIRST AID BOOKLET
|John W., Houston, TX
I just received Nurse Amy's Deluxe Minor Wound Care Kit it looks fantastic!!
Jammed packed with useful items but one thing I hope she will do is go back
into her website and put in bold letters (not necessarily Caps or anything just
bold) that the actual bag has much, much more than the picture shows.
I missed that point on my first description read thru.