First Aid for Life Kit - 131 Pieces
Support the search for a cure with this practical first aid kit filled with essentials. Perfectly sized for the home, car or office the First Aid for Life First Aid Kit contains supplies for everyday first aid needs as well as additional injury treatment items.
Features and Benefits:
- Pink plastic hard-sided case keeps supplies readily available and neatly stowed.
- Comprehensive kit contains: first aid utilities, medications and antiseptics, additional injury treatment and bandages.
- Kit includes an American Red Cross Emergency First Aid Guide.
(2) Extra-strength non-aspirin tablet
(2) Ibuprofen tablet
(2) Aspirin tablet
(9) Antiseptic cleansing wipe (sting free)
(10) Alcohol cleansing pad
(2) Antibiotic ointment pack, 0.5 g ea.
(1) Instant cold compress
(8) Gauze dressing pads, 2" x 2"
(2) Gauze dressing pads, 3" x 3"
(1) Trauma pad, 5" x 9"
(1) Sterile eye pad
(2) Butterfly wound closure
(1) First aid tape roll, 1/2" x 5 yd.
(1) Finger splint, 6" x 3/4"
(50) Adhesive plastic bandage, 3/4" x 3"
(10) Adhesive plastic bandage, 1" x 3"
(5) Junior adhesive plastic bandage, 3/8" x 1-1/2"
(1) Knuckle fabric bandage
(1) Fingertip fabric bandage
(2) Elbow & knee plastic bandage, 2" x 4"
(2) Patch bandages, 1-1/2" x 1-1/2"
First Aid Utilities
(1) American Red Cross Emergency First Aid Guide
(1) Tweezers, plastic
(1) Medium safety pin
(10) Cotton-tipped applicator, 3"
(2) Latex free vinyl gloves
We proudly offer a practical way to support Breast Cancer Awareness and the search for a cure. First Aid for Life Kits are functional and practical for everyday lifestyles and support a worthy cause. In the endeavor to search for a cure, 10% of the proceeds from these products will be donated to Breast Cancer Research.
Consider these facts:
- Women who have a first-degree relative (mother, sister or daughter) with a history of breast cancer have about twice the risk of developing breast cancer than women who do not have a family history.
- About 1,437,180 new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2008.
- Most cancers are caused by mutations to genes after birth from such factors such as tobacco, chemicals and sunlight. (American Cancer Society: Cancer Facts and Figures, 2008)