In this short video, I will go over a few things to add to your First Aid kits. Most of the items are along the lines of more advanced skill levels, however if you get the proper training BEFORE a disaster you might have the equipment to save someones life.
Blood pressure cuffs
Stethoscope for listening to breath sounds, bowel sounds, and heart tones
Glucometer for diabetics
Glucose tubes for bringing up blood sugar
Space emergency blanket
Oral and Nasal Airways
OB kit for delivering babies
BVM and CPR mouth masks for ventilation
IV supplies for fluid replacement
Suture supplies and Staples for larger lacerations
This kit is packed with everything but sardines. An air-tight, waterproof, crush proof sardine can packed full of 25 survival items. And it floats. The compact size means you can toss one anywhere. Put one in your car, boat, motorcycle, fishing vest, backpack, bike or emergency kit.
This survival kit would make a perfect gift for those who like the outdoors or emergency preparedness.