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First Aid Kit For Your Car

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1.Old Cell Phone. You never know when an emergency will occur. Have am old cell phone that has a charged battery in your trunk. This phone does not have to have a service provider all cell phones are set up to call 911.

Rated 2 points - posted 9 years ago by JARM in category Cars.
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Barrier Device For CPR (Microshield) Report Abuse
The clear mouth barrier prevents physical contact with a victims face therefore reducing the chance of cross-contamination during emergency CPR. Accidents do not only happen at home. We could be swinning, driving or hiking and someone need our help.
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Adhesive Tape Report Abuse
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Triple Antibiotic Ointment Report Abuse
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Flashlight Report Abuse
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Scissors Report Abuse
Scissors have many uses that can vary from opening that stubborn pack of chips to cutting the shirt off someone who has been in a car accident and you are having difficulty getting to the area to stop the bleeding.
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Tweezers Report Abuse
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Antiseptic Hand Cleaner Report Abuse
This is always good to have in our car anyways. Keep an extra bottle in your first aid kit. Should you ever help anyone in an emergency soap is usually not available and this will remove germs and help you feel more secure that your health is safeguarded.
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Sterile Gauze Report Abuse
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Band Aids Report Abuse
Band aids particularly useful when traveling with small kids.
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Acetaminophen Report Abuse
Relieves fever and pain. DO NOT use in an emergency situation. Let the doctors evaluate and care for them from there.
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Ibuprofen Report Abuse
Inflamation reduction DO NOT use on anyone who is in an emergency situation. Let the doctors evaluate and care for them from there.
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Insect Bite Swabs Report Abuse
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Cotton Balls Report Abuse
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Different Sizes of Adhesive Bandages Report Abuse
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Instant Cold Packs Report Abuse
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Peroxide Report Abuse
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Alcohol Wipes Report Abuse
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Benadryl Report Abuse
You never know when someone may have a mild allergic reaction.
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Splints Report Abuse
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Loose Change Report Abuse
If for some reason you cannot use a cell phone, have some loose change in case there is a phone booth close by.
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Old Cell Phone Report Abuse
You never know when an emergency will occur. Have an old cell phone that has a charged battery in your trunk. This phone does not have to have a service provider all cell phones are set up to call 911. Most of us carry cells phones however there is always that chance something could happen on one of those days that your battery has died.
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Latex Gloves Report Abuse
Diseases can be transmitted through very small cracks in our skin. Keep latex gloves on hand remembering that first aid is not always used on our own family.
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