first-aid kit

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kit consisting of a set of bandages and medicines for giving first aid

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At the very least, your animal first-aid kit should include:
The students were also trained in the content and use of first-aid kit.
It's important to make sure that you have the first-aid kit and fire extinguisher but also be sure and check the mechanics of the car before you go.
On the other hand, when you're miles from the styptic powder pack and bandages in your main first-aid kit, that tiny bottle of adhesive can close a laceration just fine.
In contrast, a first-aid kit should contain supplies that are sufficient to handle most injuries that might occur in your dog's normal, daily life.
Your first-aid kit should be tailored to the specific medical needs of your household, but there are some items every first-aid kit should contain, such as a thermometer (see list).
Your second first-aid kit, which you can keep in your truck or at home, should hold everything you can't carry in the field.
AYOUNG entrepreneur has landed a major contract with high street giant Boots to distribute his innovative first-aid kits at almost a third of its UK stores.
Pack a kit: Fill up three bags -- one for home, one for work, one for the car -- with medication, a first-aid kit, bottled water and food.
30am on Sunday, money and a first-aid kit were stolen from the Audi.
If you don't have a first-aid kit, you can buy one from the American Red Cross, REI, GI Joe or other retail outlet.
By now, every company should have some sort of first-aid kit on hand for medical attention, but Emergency Lifeline Products & Services offers an array of similar survival kits that come in storable bags, which far exceed first aid essentials.
Center Laboratories of Port Washington, New York, has prepared checklists for a core first-aid kit and a more elaborate survival kit to help ensure a safe and fun-filled trip.
Every time I take my dogs out of the yard, I pack along a first-aid kit and some basic support items that are frequently needed.
The Marine had with him a military first-aid kit containing a special clotting powder that is poured into wounds to stop the bleeding, but it couldn't save the man.