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Spec Condition New Type Pill Case Material Iron Dimension 21.5 x 16.0 x 15.0cm/8.6 x 6.4 x 6.0in(L x W x H) Features Features With the Portable Handle design, the Portable Pill Case can help you put some pills in it
It is convenient to use the Portable Pill Case when your friends suddenly get sick
The Portable Pill Case is easy to take with you because of its design
This kind of Designer Pill Case is designed for storing pills
Packaging Package Included 1 x Pill Case
- Made of high quality material, this first aid kit is durable and can use for a long time
- It is convenient to use the first aid case when your friends or family suddenly get sick
- The first aid kit is easy to take with you because of its design with two handles
- All contents are held in a hard box which is convenient to carry
- Designed with dustproof, watertight and antiseptic, this first aid kit can effectively protect the equipment in the box even in severe environment
- This box is ideal to handle medicines and instruments for any home and office or sports activity
- Material: Iron
- Size: 21.5 x 16.0 x 15.0cm/8.6 x 6.4 x 6.0in(L x W x H)
- Ideal box to handle medicines and instruments for any home and office or sports activity
- It is convenient to use the first aid case when your friends suddenly get sick
- Dustproof, watertight and antiseptic, this first aid kit can effectively protect the equipment in the box even in severe environment
- There are two handles which are convinent for you to carry this box
- There are three colors for you to choose with great looking
How to Teach Kids CPR & First Aid:
- Explain to children in an honest but calm way why they should learn this information. Children will become easily scared in an emergency, and if there is no adult present, they could be overwhelmed by their fear or their imaginations. Explain that they can help and don't have to be scared, as long as they learn what you want to teach them
- Teach children to dial 9-1-1 or another emergency number at the first sign of trouble. Children should know that contacting the proper authorities for help is the most important thing to do in case of an emergency, and they should do that before trying to help
- Show kids a first aid kit and explain what each piece of the kit is for, one at a time. Let them interact with the objects in the kit: applying bandages to themselves or you and wiping alcohol pads onto their skin. Hands-on work with the tools will give a child a better understanding of their uses
- Assist the child in creating flash cards for the first aid kit out of index cards. These can contain pictures of the items, their names and what the items are used to accomplish. The child can study with these cards or can place them in the first aid kit so that they are handy in case of emergency
- Talk to the child about CPR and why it is used. Explain that if someone gets hurt they may need help breathing. Demonstrate the techniques of pinching the nose, tilting the head and compressing the chest on a dummy or doll
- Encourage the child to practice CPR and first aid techniques on dummies or dolls and you provide them with. Make up injuries for the doll ("Maggie fell down, and her arm is badly scratched") and let them provide solutions (applying rubbing alcohol and bandages, for instance). Allow them to practice using the materials as much as possible
How to Pack a First Aid Kit for Your Car:
- Buy a waterproof sack that's large enough for everything you need. Include a smaller plastic bag inside it to keep your medical supplies dry
- Pack a flashlight, a blanket, two large bottles of water, $20 in cash, safety streamers, a whistle and, if you have a baby, a few emergency diapers
- Include everything you might need for a medical emergency: 4-by-4-inch nonadhesive bandages, gauze and medical tape, butterfly bandage strips and an elastic bandage. Add a trauma pad, instant ice pack, alcohol wipes, tweezers, swabs, cotton balls, a small pack of tissues, antibiotic ointment, tincture of benzoin, insect sting relief pads, cortisone cream and an irrigation syringe. Include acetaminophen and ibuprofen for pain relief, and antihistamines for allergic reactions. A first aid instruction book can be very helpful
- Keep a pencil and pad of paper on hand in case you need to write down directions or a phone number
- 1 x Pill Case
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