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    I have a pretty comprehensive first aid kit on board, including a snake and spider kit. Recently was offered this additional bandage which is very clever. The challenge is knowing just how much pressure to put on a limb to restrict the flow, however these bandages have a printed rectangle which distorts to a square shape, and when you get to the square shape, you are within the ballpark for the correct pressure - brilliantly simple. i bought another for the snake kit I have just on the basis that a limb may require more than one bandage, and a third i will take with me as a carry along when out in the scrub at the mine as we have a healthy death adder population out there and at times they are moving around the camp as well. Money well spent I reckon.

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    I did a First Aid Course in May last year with St John Ambulance. I think it's the new name for Senior First Aid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    I have a pretty comprehensive first aid kit on board, including a snake and spider kit. Recently was offered this additional bandage which is very clever. The challenge is knowing just how much pressure to put on a limb to restrict the flow, however these bandages have a printed rectangle which distorts to a square shape, and when you get to the square shape, you are within the ballpark for the correct pressure - brilliantly simple. i bought another for the snake kit I have just on the basis that a limb may require more than one bandage, and a third i will take with me as a carry along when out in the scrub at the mine as we have a healthy death adder population out there and at times they are moving around the camp as well. Money well spent I reckon.

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