Best First Aid Kit Recommendations for Home
As part of our emergency preparedness preparations, we've been slowly beefing up our stash of emergency medical supplies. In this post we cover our recommendations for best first aid kit for different skill and preparedness levels.To get more news about stop the bleed, you can visit rusuntacmed.com official website.
We recommend a couple first aid kits for different skill levels, tips for first aid kit use and items missed in many kits. Get a kit, get prepared BEFORE emergencies happen.
These are suitable for car first aid kits, travel emergency kits or home and office. You should have at least one small Basic First Aid Kit for each vehicle, and one or more in your home. We do suggest adding certain items to the First Aid Kits, which are noted below the emergency kit lists.
We recommend you get basic first aid and medical training. Local organizations such as the Red Cross often offer basic first aid training, including programs targeted to teens who do babysitting.
There are a lot of good videos on Youtube, such as those hosted by Dr, Bones and Nurse Amy. Get books such as First Aid Fundamentals for Survival or Where there is No Doctor. The more you know, the easier it is for your to respond to emergencies, big or small.
Even with training, a fold out first aid guide is a good addition to your home first aid kit.
Some first aid kits include labeled pouches and step by step guides in the kit. These are great even for seasoned medical professionals, as the professional can hand the kit to a novice and get some level of assistance.Try all products on your skin BEFORE an emergency to ensure you are not allergic. Wear the gloves, try the meds etc (as appropriate). If you have an emergency you can call 911 – which is much better than if you are in the middle of no-where and find out you are allergic to a medication or the gloves.