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  • ozarkcat
    ozarkcatPROTECTING YOURSELF AND YOUR RV:
    February 15, 2020Hi all, just curious as an emergency medical responder, what do other traveling pros/volunteers keep in their advanced first aid kits?
    • Norm Sue Heidi and Ranger too and 6 others like this.
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      MRJohnston February 15, 2020 Compresses, band-aids, sling, Advil, burn ointment, eye wash, scissors, cold pack (this from memory).
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      • ozarkcat
        Andy & Maureen T February 16, 2020 Pretty much the same as MRJohnston"s reply. 
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        Paul & Kay Legare February 16, 2020 Besides the usual " band-aid" items I have a LG trash bag, sm mirror, compass , lighter, waterproof matches and whistle.
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      DoggyDaddy February 17, 2020 You got me thinking. All my first aid/med stuff is in bathroom cabinets. Going to get plastic tool or tackle box to make kit that can easily be taken outside instead of having to go inside for treatment.
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        MRJohnston February 17, 2020 That’s how we keep ours, in a fold open tote so everything is visible.
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      Don & Nola Raines February 20, 2020 I have two. One for boo boos and ouches. The other is for a skill set above mine(more first responder).
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      Walt & Lanie Confer February 22, 2020 We carry a professional response kit in our RV... including blood clot compounds and dressing for major bleeding
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      Charles & Sharon February 23, 2020 No one mentioned liquid bandage but I keep it for when I get a cut and it helps stop mild to medium cuts.  I use "Eliquis blood thinner"  and bleeding can go on for a long time without it.  The blood clot powder helps too.  Thanks for ...  more
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