Small First Aid Kit Ideal for Unexpected Accidents

Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit a Must-Have for Shopping and Grocery Trips

Woodbridge, United States - November 13, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

With Black Friday and Christmas just around the corner, shopping malls will be flooded with eager customers. An influx of holiday consumers, on the hunt for the best bargains, can cause panicked scenes.

Common accidents that can happen when a person is out shopping include tripping and falling on uneven or slippery floors, elevator and escalator accidents, slips and falls from spills, falling equipment and furniture, stairway accidents, and in some cases, food poisoning. Other accidents that may occur during mall visits may involve other mall-goers.

These accidents don’t usually result in trips to the emergency room. There are instances wherein a person will trip and fall over, and only hurt their pride. However, there are cases wherein minor accidents can cause significant injuries such as fractured bones, head injuries, burns, lacerations, and abrasions. As such, it is essential to bring a small first aid kit on trips to local shopping centers.

Seeing the need for a lightweight and complete kit that is portable and convenient to be carried anywhere, Surviveware, a leading adventure, and preparedness company, developed their Small First Aid Kit. This life-saving pack features the functionality of a full-blown first aid kit without having to bring the entire medicine cabinet.

This kit’s 100 medical supplies are stored in a bag made from 600D Polyester fabric that protects the items from water and moisture. This is perfect for people who go on shopping trips during varied weather conditions. The kit also comes with resealable laminate pouches that add an extra layer of protection and keep the supplies fresh longer.

This small first aid kit can address common injuries while also providing space for customization. The pack contains 100 supplies that range from bandages, gauze pads, and steri-strips, cleansing and antiseptic wipes. These items can be used to patch up wounds and scrapes sustained from falling or getting into elevator or escalator mishaps. It will also work well for injuries acquired from bumping into other shoppers or equipment. Apart from these commonly used items, the kit also has necessary emergency tools such as tweezers, nitrile gloves, a triangular bandage, splinter probes, hypoallergenic tape, and a tourniquet. The Small First Aid Kit also has some extra space for personalized items, such as prescription medications or an Epi-pen.

Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit has organized and labeled compartments. The labels allow the user to identify the contents of the kit quickly. Moreover, it ensures that other people can use it with ease. This is important, as bystanders can use the kit to provide immediate medical care when necessary.

Make your shopping spree a worry-free activity by getting your own Small First Aid Kit today! Plus enjoy a 20% Amazon discount when you purchase your first aid kit now. Grab this chance now and order your first aid kit today by clicking here.

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