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A First Aid Box

A first aid box which is kept in a factory premises will be quite different from that of a traveller's.

health and fitness Updated: Oct 02, 2003 20:04 IST
PTI

First Aid Boxes should relate to the environment in which they are maintained. Obviously, a first aid box which is kept in a factory premises will be quite different from a small pack that a traveller carries.

First Aid Boxes alsoprovide guidelines, but you will know from experience what to add to the contents in your specific environment.

Large First Aid Box

Size: (17 ½ " × 10" ×6 ½ “)
Type: Dust-Proof
Environment: Small factories etc.

Contents

1.  First Aid Leaflet1copy
2.  Sterilised Finger Dressings18Nos 
3.  Sterilised Hand or Foot Dressings24Nos 
4.  Sterilised Body or Large Dressings20Nos 
5.  Sterilised Burn Dressings Small6Nos 
                                      Large4Nos 
                              Extra Large2Nos 
6.  Sterilised Cotton Wool (25gms)6Nos 
7.  Cetavolon (28 gms)2Nos 
8.  Eye Pad6Nos 
9.  Adhesive Plaster (2.5cms×5M)1
10. Assorted Roller Bandage
        25 cms × 5.5M6Nos 
        5 cms × 5.5M6Nos 
        7.5 cms × 5.5M6Nos 
11. Triangular Bandages12Nos 
12. Safety Pins (10 Nos)1Set

13. Scissors Ordinary, 12.7 cms                  

1Pair
     (Both sides sharp)
14. Liquid Antiseptic 110 ml1
15. Cotton wool for padding50gms
16. Eye ointment of Sulphacetamide  

     Preparation (Patent Drug)
1bottle
17. Loose woven gauze (28" × 8") 

     in a compressed pack
1pkt
18. Aspirin (300mg)24tabs
19. Tear off Scribbling Pad (4"× 6") with a  1
     pencil in a plastic cover
20. Adhesive Dressing Strips10Nos
21. Field Dressings of Modified Army pattern3Nos
22. Record Card in a plastic cover1No
23. Torch, medium size, without cells1No
24. Hand gloves (disposable)20Pairs



(Source: Webhealthcentre.com)

First Published: Oct 02, 2003 20:04 IST