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Inside Your First Aid Travel Kit

By Synzmemoir @synzmemoir

Inside your First Aid Travel kit
  1. A pair of trauma shears
  2. 2 pairs of sterile exam gloves
  3. 1 biohazard wast bag
  4. 4x4 gauze pad
  5. 4 gauze roller bandage
  6. safety pins
  7. alcohol prep pads
  8. iodine prep pads
  9. elastic bandages
  10. triangular bandage
  11. CPR mouth  barrier
Did I forgot to put something on this list? Feel free to comment below.

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