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First Aid Refill Kit Contains: 2-First Aid Cream 11/2 oz.4-1" Stretch Bandage.1-Cotton Balls 65's.4-2" Stretch Bandage.1-Alcohol 16oz.20-3" x 3" Gauze Pads.1-Burn Spray.2-5" x 9" Wound Dressing.1-Alcohol Pads 10's.2-1/2" Adhesive Tape. 20-Antacid Tablets.1-Scissor.100-Cotton Swabs 3".1-Eye Wash 4oz. Dacriose.1-Tweezer.10-Knuckle Bandages. 4-Gloves.10-Finger Bandages. 3-Triangle Bandages.4-Iodine Pads 10's.1-2" Elastic Bandage.1-1" Elastic Bandage.3-Cold Packs.1-Poison Ivy 10's.1-Ammonia Inhalants 10's.1-First Aid Booklet.6-Eye Pads.1-Sting Relief Swabs 10's.12-Tongue Blades.20-Junior Adhesive Strips.20-Extra Large Adhesive Strips.4-3" Stretch Bandage 1-Peroxide 16oz.20-2" x 2" Gauze Pads. 1-Aspirin 100's.1-Adhesive Strips, ¾" x 3" 200's.3-Antiseptic Cleaning Pads 10's.1-Adhesive Strips, 1" x 3" 100's.1-Content Card. 2-Triple Antibiotc Ointment 10's.
First Aid Refill Kit Contains: 1 Pair Lightly Powdered Latex Gloves, Large 50 Sheer Bandages, 3/4" x 3" 3 2" x 2" Gauze Pads 6 3" x 3" Gauze Pads 1 1/2" Adhesive Tape 1 Non-Sterile Conforming Stretch Gauze Roll - 1" x 4.1 Yds 1 Non-Sterile Conforming Stretch Gauze Roll - 2" x 4.1 Yds 10 Junior Adhesive Sheer Plastic Bandages 3/8" x 1-1/2" 3 Adhesive Sheer Plastic Bandages 2" x 4-1/2" (X-Large) 3 Knuckle Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage 1-1/2" x 3" 3 Fingertip Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage 1-3/4" x 2" 2 Eye Pads, Sterile 10 Antiseptic Pads 10 PVP Iodine Prep Pads - Medium 3 Triple Antibiotic Ointment (.9g Packets) 1 First aid cream 1 2" Latex Elastic Bandage 1 Triangular Bandage 3 Ammonia Inhalant Ampules 1 Instant Cold Pack 1 Sterile Eyewash, 1 oz. 1 Scissors 1 Plastic Splinter Forceps , 4 1/2" 12 Aspirin Tablets 1 First Aid Chart
Features of the Ever Ready Pocket First Aid Kit: A convenient, compact, basic first aid kit that fits in a pocket or purse to help you with life's minor injuries and illnesses. Included Items: 2 - 2"? x 2"? Gauze Pads. 5 - 3/4" x 3" Adhesive Bandages. 2 - Knuckle Adhesive Bandages. 4 - Jr. Adhesive Bandages. 1 - Finger Tip Bandage. 2 - Iodine Pads. 2 - Antiseptic Wipes. 2 - Triple Antibiotic Ointments. 2 - Aspirin Tablets. 2 - Tylenol® (500mg) Tablets. 2 - Ammonia Inhalants.
When the power fails, prepared families settle in, stay warm, and eat well. With careful planning, organization, and a detailed assessment of the needs of each family member, it is possible for every household to survive at least several days with no outside services. A sensible home system will take over the work of providing warmth, shelter, and nutrition. Author Kathy Harrison guides readers through the empowering process of setting up such a home system with her OAR method - Organize existing supplies, Acquire additional necessities, Rotate everything for freshness. Her comprehensive coverage of emergency preparedness includes food storage, alternative heating sources, personal supplies for every family member, entertainment ideas, toiletry and proper clothing, pet supplies, emergency family communication plans, and neighborhood cooperatives. In addition to preparing the home for extended periods without electricity, Harrison also discusses evacuation plans - where to go, how to meet up with family, what to pack, and how best to protect all that's being left behind. Self-sufficiency at home or in a temporary safe haven takes away much of the fear and helplessness associated with disasters. "Just in Case" puts the power back in the hands of individuals who are equipped and ready to take over when public services fail. Disasters can strike an entire region or a single unlucky family. They can be brought on by weather (hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires, severe heat or cold, landslides) or by man (terrorism, acts of war, simple human error). Whatever the cause, these catastrophic events have the potential to disrupt routines and cost money and lives. Why not be one of the prepared few? Just in case . . . Review With the assumption that "many of us have a false sense of security... assuming that technology will prevail or that some government agency will bail us out in a crisis," this extensive guide gives detailed, down-to-earth advice on what to do when disaster strikes, be it a house fire, an ice storm or biological terrorism. Aided by charmingly retro illustrations vaguely reminiscent of a 1940s air raid brochure, Harrison ("Another Place at the Table") presents her "OAR" system for preparedness-organizing, acquiring and rotating supplies-and techniques to safely and even comfortably survive any kind of emergency. She shows how to prepare for a short-term crisis: building a supply of food and water; preparing first aid and evacuation kits; planning communication and a family meeting place in times of crisis. She also presents long-term strategies for self-sufficiency: "eliminating debt and securing a supply of cash in your home"; planting a garden, canning food and making cheese; replacing an inefficient fireplace with a woodstove; building a solar oven. Harrison shows that learning to do it yourself, besides providing some security in an increasingly insecure world, br