MediTac Fully Stocked Kit Backpack Emergency Bag First Responder GI Issue LargeRegular price $165.99 Save $-165.99
M17 Fully Stocked Medic Kit MediTac First Aid Responder Trauma Emergency Bag New
This large M17 Medical Bag is a great bag with a great set of contents. The G.I. style issue bag itself can be carried by the carrying handle or the backpack straps. The bag folds out three ways for easy access to all the contents.
Measures 16 inches x 10 inches x 13.5 inches
Weighs 12.25 pounds
First Aid Kits and Their Importance
First aid kits are a must-have for every home. First aid kits are necessary so that you can treat ailments and injuries that happen at home. From the minor ailment to the more serious injury a first aid kit can help reduce the risk of infection or the severity of the injury. It might benefit you and your family to attend a first aid class through the Red Cross in order to know how to utilize all the supplies in a first aid kit. Another good place to have a first aid kit is when you go out with your family. You can store it in your vehicle so if something happens when you are out somewhere you can start treating the problem immediately.
First aid kits include a variety of items that will help treat cuts, scrapes, injuries including sprains, burns, and supplies for a variety of ailments that are common. You can either buy a prepared first aid kit from the internet or you can prepare your own first aid kit using a list of common items that are in first aid kits. If you make your own first-aid kit, make sure to put it in an easy to access place so that anyone can access the kit in the case of an injury. Also, make sure the first aid kit is easy for everyone to open so when an emergency occurs it is not about where the kit is but that it can be used for the situation.
First aid kits should include items like how to treat certain conditions and also explain what each item in the first aid kit treats and how it is used to treat that ailment. Make sure to include a wrap in case there is a sprain. If you take a first aid class you will feel comfortable wrapping a sprain appropriately. Also, include gauze to cover open wounds. Include a medical tape that can be used to keep a wrap or gauze on the skin.