Family First Aid Kit

Many families in Europe, America, Japan and other countries will be equipped with a first aid kit, so that they can save their lives at the critical moment of life and death. Nitroglycerin tablets (or sprays) and quick-acting Jiuxin pills are first-aid medicines. Family medicine cabinets should be equipped with 6 types of medicines including surgical medicines, cold medicines, and digestive medicines to deal with skin trauma. In addition, every 3 to 6 months should regularly check and replace emergency medicines, especially pay attention to the expiration date of medicines.
The first aid kit should also be equipped with band-aid and aspirin to deal with emergencies such as trauma and pain. Almost all American families will be equipped with a first aid kit. The American Red Cross lists 10 first-aid medicines and tools that should be equipped in a family first aid kit, including: various sizes of band-aid, sterile gauze and medical tape, disposable gloves, tweezers, thermometer, antibiotics, sterile paper towels, first aid Manuals, topical antihistamines and aspirin, masks, etc. In some emergency situations such as cardiac arrest, most of the rescue time is actually pre-hospital emergency, and winning the rescue time can reduce the disability rate. Self-detection, self-management and self-care are effective supplementary treatments for professional ambulance. Family emergency medicines and tools are not just for dealing with large disasters such as earthquakes, but they are also useful in daily life. For example, when you have a cut on your hand, a broken leg, or a sudden onset of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease in the elderly, Some emergency medicines and tools are needed.