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VARIOUS FIRST AID KITS, ALL OF WHICH WOULD BE SUITABLE FOR AN EXPEDITION
DofE RECOMMENDED FIRST AID KIT, AS AVAILABLE FROM INTERAXION
FIRST AID KIT AND CONTENTS
SCISSORS CLEANING WIPES THERMOMETER TWEEZERS SAFETY PINS LOW ADHERENT DRESSINGS LATEX GLOVES WOUND DRESSINGS PLASTER TAPE TRIANGULAR BANDAGE SWABS STERILISED WATER ADHESIVE DRESSING STRIP CREPE BANDAGE STERILE PLASTERS WOUND CLOSURES BURN GEL
CREATING A SLING SHORT POINT TO ELBOW ONE LONG POINT OVER ONE SHOULDER OTHER LONG POINT OVER OTHER SHOULDER
SECURE LONG POINTS BEHIND NECK TIGHTLY TO SUPPORT ARM
FOLD IN ANY EXCESS MATERIAL AT ELBOW AND ADJUST FOR COMFORT
FOLDING TRIANGULAR BANDAGE TO SECURE DRESSINGS
APPLYING DRESSING TO THE WOUND
SECURING THE DRESSING WITH THE FOLDED TRIANGULAR BANDAGE POSITION THE KNOT OVER THE WOUND TO ADD COMPRESSION TO STOP BLEEDING
USING CREPE BANDAGE TO SECURE DRESSING
SECURING DRESSING WITH CREPE BANDAGE SECURE LOOSE END WITH TAPE, SAFETY PIN OR CLIP
USING CREPE BANDAGE TO SUPPORT ANKLE INJURY
USING WOVEN SUPPORT (OR CREPE) BANDAGE ON WRIST
USING WOVEN BANDAGE (OR CREPE) TO SUPPORT ELBOW
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