Senior Citizens Advised to Prepare Home and Selves Ahead of Polar Vortex
Woodbridge, United States – January 31, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —
Winter brings discomfort hazards to all. The said discomforts and dangers are elevated for vulnerable individuals. The elderly are at greater risk of suffering from the flu, frostbite, hypothermia, and other wintry ailments. When worse comes to worst, it is essential to have a first aid kit like Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit in one’s winter emergency supply kit.
Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit is ideal for severe arctic temperatures. The casing of this kit is made from 600D polyester fabric that can resist frost and moisture. This feature is perfect especially during winter when most days are frosty in much of the US. Resealable laminate pouches hold each item to give the supplies an extra layer of protection. The case keeps the items safe from dirt and prolongs the freshness of the provisions.
This kit is a perfect safety pack for homes. 200 medical supplies, such as gauze swabs, adhesives, steri-strips, adhesive and non-adhesive bandages, cleansing wipes, and a triangular bandage, are included in this expanded first aid kit. These items are perfect for scrapes and cuts sustained from falling on icy driveways or slippery roads.
Apart from these wound essentials, the Surviveware Large First Aid Kit also contains provisions for treating splinters and insect bites. Additional tools such as medical-grade shears, hydrogel, a CPR kit, and a whistle are also included in this 10” x 7.25” x 5” bag. Moreover, the pack also contains an advanced first aid handbook.
A favored feature of this first aid kit is its labeled compartments. The piping of each slot is labeled with the content’s name, use, and quantity. This is a suitable feature for those who are having a hard time looking for supplies or for family members who are not familiar with the contents of the kit.
The value of having a first aid kit can’t be overstated during winter and while engaging in outdoor activities. A Surviveware Amazon customer describes what it is like to have a trusty first aid kit: “First off, I’m VERY impressed with the company, their personal touches, and the organization of this kit. I bought this kit to provide a comprehensive first aid kit for my outdoor activities, I.e., hunting, diving, and fishing. I’m positive this will serve me well and beyond. My recommendation is to purchase one, and you won’t regret it. The company has put a lot of thought into this kit and making you satisfied. It’s clear they are also very appreciative of your support. I’m glad I bought this kit and from this company.”
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