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Lifeline 207-Piece Sports Medic First Aid Kit

Lifeline 207-Piece Sports Medic First Aid Kit

Lifeline 207-Piece Sports Medic First Aid Kit

  • Soft sided case
  • Quality first-aid emergency products
  • Ideal for team sports or emergency response
  • Comes in a heavy duty carrying case
  • 207 piece kit

207 Piece Kit Includes: Heavy Duty Carrying Case, First Aid Booklet, Stainless Steel Scissors, Tweezers, 3 Pair Vinyl Gloves, 3 Safety Pins, 5 Cotton Tipped Applicators, 4 Disposable Thermometer, 8 Wood Finger Splint, 3 Roll of Pre-Wrap,4 Co-Flex Bandage, 4 2″ x 3″ Mole skin, 4 Small Instant Cold Pack, 2 Large Cold Packs, Pocket Tissue Pak, Hazardous Material Bag, 3 1″ x 30′ Adhesive Tape, 3″ Elastic Bandage, 2 Triangle Bandage, 10 Alcohol Prep Pad, 10 Iodine Prep Pad, 10 Antiseptic Towelettes, 8 Triple Antibiotic Ointment 3 Hydrocortisone Cream, 4 Acetaminophen Tablets (2-pack), 4 Ibuprofen Tablets (2-pack), 4 Aspirin Tablets (2-pack), 6 Sting Relief Pad, 25 3/4″ x 3″ Bandages, 20 3/8″ x 1-1/2″ Bandages, 5 Knuckle Bandage, 5 Knee/Elbow Ban

List Price: $ 69.99

Price: $ 69.99

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13 Comments/Reviews

  • KrisR says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Kit for a Rugby Team, October 29, 2011
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    KrisR

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    Great kit for a Rugby Team. Has everything we need to patch up those cuts and bruises, definitley very easy to use.

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  • Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    outstanding, February 11, 2012
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    gwaxx

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    Great purchase…I am a coach of a youth track team. This product had absolutely everything we needed. Came in handy for every anticipated injury.

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  • rompinlover says:

    I dont have trouble with the plastic applicator, but when i push the white cotton in, it hurts like crazy. And i can only push it in half way then it gets stuck, like a wall of my vagine is blocking it? Am i putting it in wrong? Please give me some tips. Im about to cry, because it hurts so bad. And i have no pads, and my mom isnt here to give me a ride to the store.

  • Daddy says:

    1. What is the difference between a cotton tip applicator, cervical scraper and a cytology brush. Like what do each of them do, there purpose?

    2. What are all the different instruments used in a pap smear?

    I’m getting ready for a test and I really need to know, thank you all for your help in advance! 🙂
    That’s just it, I don’t have my book
    That’s just it, I don’t have my book

  • Kwok says:

    PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE ORGANIC TEA TREE OIL and PRODUCTS
    I would like to buy ORGANIC Tea Tree 100% Pure Australian Oil (100ml+),

    culled from the leaves of a tree (Melaleuca alternifolia), Pharmaceutical Grade of less than 5% cineole and over 35% terpinen-4-ol
    which qualifies for “Pharmaceutical Grade”, as established by the Australian Tea Tree Oil Industry Association

    and ORGANIC TTO PRODUCTS to Contain the Natural Benefits of Tea Tree Oil (can contain other organic ingredients like Aloe Vera, etc.) but having difficulty to find it free from SLS/SLES, Parabens, phthalates and artificial fragrances etc. or it does not state: PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE and its percentage- I need at least 50% TTO in all products: facial non- soap cleanser, shower gel, shampoo, lotion, cream, deodorant, toothpaste (e.g. 50% tea tree oil with Macadamia nut oil, applied with cotton tip applicators, after one drop of tetracaine, then 20% and 10% tea tree oil ointment for dry inflamed eyelids on Demodex Folliculorum/ Brevis. TTO Products on face- mild pustular ROSACEA).
    Anyone there could help (UK London based, it is needed by this Sunday 12/10/2008), please?
    Many thanks for any suggestions

  • Lauryn Hill says:

    I had a c-section one month ago. One week later, shortly after my staples were removed, a portion of the c-section scar reopened due to all of the collected fluid behind it. I believe this is called dehiscence of the c-section scar. The wound tunneled to be 9 centimeters deep. It has to be packed every day with sterile gauze. Just wondering how shallow of a wound it needs to be before the doctor will stitch it closed. I think it’s about 3 centimeters deep now – so there’s been significant healing over the past few weeks and thankfully no infection. My only problem now is the wound opening is very tiny (only large enough to let the stick-end of the cotton-tipped applicator in to pack the wound) – which is making it more difficult for my husband to repack everyday.
    Just wondering how much more healing will need to take place before the doc will finally stitch it up. It’s been over three weeks and it feels like a long time!

  • xbox360FUB says:

    im worried about using tampons again because during my last period I used them for the first time and they all felt kind of uncomfortable and difficult to take out. at one point I took one out that was only halfway saturated but it looked like a piece of cotton from the tip was missing. Later the small piece of cotton came out with my flow. I was using the cheaper cardboard applicator tampons, does that make a difference or do you think this will happen again. It wasnt a big piece but nevertheless it freaked me out, what did I do wrong?

  • Spanbob ^^ says:

    1. What is the difference between a cotton tip applicator, cervical scraper and a cytology brush. Like what do each of them do, there purpose?

    2. What are all the different instruments used in a pap smear?

    I’m getting ready for a test and I really need to know, thank you all for your help in advance! 🙂
    That’s just it, I don’t have my book
    That’s just it, I don’t have my book

  • Elroy Jetson says:

    Directions for all types of Moles:

    Do not open Wart Mole Vanish cream until ready to use.
    Stir thoroughly and use immediately!
    Clean mole with provided antibacterial solution using cotton swab or wash with soap and water.
    MOLES: Scratch (rough up) entire mole surface with supplied emery board and/or toothpick. DO NOT POKE! Do not scratch skin surrounding mole. Scratching should be hard enough so that when WART & MOLE VANISH cream is applied it will penetrate mole surface, but not so hard as to make it bleed. Scratching is the most important part! You may need to pinch a flat mole between your fingers to rough it up, so if you can’t use both hands, ask a friend to help you. Try not to rough up the skin around the mole.
    RAISED MOLES 1/8″ – 1/4″ (3-6mm) or more may need 2 back to back treatments.
    FLAT Moles will need only one treatment. (APPLY ONLY A THIN LAYER OF WMV CREAM!)
    Open Wart Mole Vanish cream bottle and stir contents thoroughly with applicator stick. DO NOT USE COTTON SWAB. (Re-hydrate if necessary to a watery cream)
    Using tip of applicator stick, apply a thin layer of Wart Mole Vanish cream until surface of mole is fully covered. Use only enough Wart Mole Vanish cream to cover the affected area and do not apply to the surrounding skin. (A little goes a long way.) Replace bottle top.
    Allow Wart Mole Vanish cream to remain for 20 minutes. There should be a moderate to strong stinging sensation lasting 5-10 minutes. Mole should turn dark brown or black.
    Swelling and or redness around mole is normal.
    Gently wash off white dried Wart Mole Vanish cream with water or a wet cotton swab.
    Raised moles 1/8″ – 1/4″ (3-6mm) or more may require more than one treatment to remove mole completely. Repeat steps 3-9 now, or wait 1-3 weeks for the scab to fall off and then repeat steps 1-9. Flat moles will need only one treatment.

    A SCAB should form within 24-48 hours. Be careful not to remove scab prematurely! You can wash and bathe normally. We recommend pure NATURAL VITAMIN E OIL (D-?-Tocopherol), fresh Aloe Vera or an antibiotic cream!
    Wait 1-3 weeks (up to 5 weeks is normal for large moles) for scab to fall off naturally.
    Be Patient! Under no circumstances disturb or remove the scab. It should loosen and fall off naturally.

    Important Notes:
    If bleeding occurs while scratching, WAIT as long as it takes to stop the bleeding completely before applying cream.
    If stinging sensation is not felt, it means Wart Mole Vanish cream has not penetrated the mole and the application will fail or provide only a partial result. Scratch deeper and reapply.
    Redness and swelling on skin around treated mole is a natural occurrence, indicates healing is progressing and quickly disappears.
    Pink or red tissue is normal after scab falls off. Normally, the pinkness will fade as the tissue becomes environmentally conditioned. Skin tones normally balance out within 30 days although some people may require several months for skin tones to return to normal.
    Generally speaking, the use of an antibacterial cream to prevent infection may also reduce the risk of scarring and promote faster healing. PURE NATURAL VITAMIN E OIL (D-?-Tocopherol) is highly recommended!
    Avoid contact with normal skin. Should contact occur, simply wipe off with wet cotton swab or, scrape off with unused end of applicator stick, then immediately wash the area with water.
    USE WITH CHILDREN: Wart Mole Vanish can be used with children as long as they can sit patiently while undergoing the application procedure. The stinging sensation can be significant for sensitive children. Caution is advised. Contact us for more information about the use with children.
    IF MIXTURE DRIES UP, it may be possible to rehydrate. Use applicator stick to add a little water at a time to bring to original creamy consistency. (This may or may not work)

    Precautions
    Wart & Mole Vanish cream is for external use only. People with significant immune deficiencies or healing disorders such as keloid scars must consult a physician before using this product.

    If Wart Mole Vanish cream gets into eyes, flush thoroughly with water. If unusual discomfort arises, consult a physician. Keep out of reach of children.

    Whenever attempting to manipulate or change the dermis one should expect that a blemish or scar may result. In most circumstances the use of the product will result in a minor and temporary blemish that normally fades away within 90 days.

    Please note: You must be 18 years or older to purchase and use this product. For children, adult supervision is required.

  • too gnar says:

    I can get the applicator in, no problem, no pain. I have this fear though, when I push the cotton in, that it will hurt really bad and I won’t be able to get it out. Is it possible that I have the wrong angle even if the barrel over the tampon is completely inside? Other tips would be helpful! Thanks!!
    Thanks to the answer that is not spam, but I’m looking for an answer about the insertion of the cotton also, as in, will it go in crooked and painfully once I push it through the applicator?

  • Jenny Roehl says:

    Which action by the new graduate indicates a need for further education about pressure ulcer care?
    a. The new graduate uses a hydrocolloid dressing (DuoDerm) to cover the ulcer.
    b. The new graduate inserts a sterile cotton-tipped applicator into the pressure ulcer.
    c. The new graduate irrigates the pressure ulcer with a 30-ml syringe using sterile saline.
    d. The new graduate cleans the ulcer with a sterile dressing soaked in half-strength peroxide.

  • Fernando Medina R says:

    I had a c-section one month ago. One week later, shortly after my staples were removed, a portion of the c-section scar reopened due to all of the collected fluid behind it. I believe this is called dehiscence of the c-section scar. The wound tunneled to be 9 centimeters deep. It has to be packed every day with sterile gauze. Just wondering how shallow of a wound it needs to be before the doctor will stitch it closed. I think it’s about 3 centimeters deep now – so there’s been significant healing over the past few weeks and thankfully no infection. My only problem now is the wound opening is very tiny (only large enough to let the stick-end of the cotton-tipped applicator in to pack the wound) – which is making it more difficult for my husband to repack everyday.
    Just wondering how much more healing will need to take place before the doc will finally stitch it up. It’s been over three weeks and it feels like a long time!

  • Cecilia Osburn says:

    I can get the applicator in, no problem, no pain. I have this fear though, when I push the cotton in, that it will hurt really bad and I won’t be able to get it out. Is it possible that I have the wrong angle even if the barrel over the tampon is completely inside? Other tips would be helpful! Thanks!!
    Thanks to the answer that is not spam, but I’m looking for an answer about the insertion of the cotton also, as in, will it go in crooked and painfully once I push it through the applicator?

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