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    First aid kits

    Surprised there is no section dedicated to "FIRST AID" kits.
    Anyway just brought a proper tin first aid box clearly marked so its easy to see.
    It will have a pride of place in the Patrol. I have stocked mine to cover most camp accidents like cuts and burns. I'm also going to have an EPI pen, If you need one first see your doctor and get a script
    as its normally $100 over the counter and $5 with a script and maybe cheaper again with a health care card.
    I also have stickers on the rear of Patrol in case anyone requires a first aid kit, torch, or fire extinguisher.
    If travelling further out Id modify what I take.
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    I got 2 first aid kits from COTD for less than $20 each................ pretty damn comprehensive kits they are too. Not bulky either, quite impressed. One is in my car and the other is in the missus car


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    Irish's wife worked for St Johns and set me up.... it stays in my car all the time!!

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    We've got a pretty comprehensive one too - Brads mum works in a chemist so got the ingredients (so to speak) for a full on $200 kit for next to nix.

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    With Summer just around the corner, I hope....these websites are definitely worth checking out, I have just picked snake bite related info.
    Print them out and keep them in your First Aid kit.
    http://www.avru.org/firstaid/firstaid_pib.html
    http://www.resus.org.au/
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    Always handy to know a paramedic

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    We've got 3 boat car and house , my sisters hubby is a pilot on a rescue chopper , so had made sure we got the necessary items , his big thing is make sure the any medications you need you have , and that that info is known to anyone traveling with you , they did a rescue off a yacht because a bloke left his medication at home , costs alot to keep those birds in the air .
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    Probably the most important item is a pressure bandage.......the bigger the better.
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    And woman's sanitary pads are fantastic for helping to stop bleeding gashes !!!

    + you have spares for Mother Nature emergencies when woman are along


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