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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Intelligent First Aid Review and Giveaway

My wife and I are both nurses, and have over 10 years of nursing experience between her and I. We have seen almost majority if not virtually all types of injuries. From scrapes, burns, lacerations, fractures, different types of shock ( hypovolemic, anaphylactic & septic shock, amongst others), concussions, etc. I feel like I am prepared to face any type of injuries that can occur anytime and anywhere...aside from one important factor: what happens when the person injured are a family member and close to me, like my kids? When it comes to treating family and friends, there is a huge difference in providing care especially in an emergency setting, as there are emotional ties and bonds that will affect (to a degree) the ability to use appropriate thought and nursing processes.


This is where the Talking Intelligent First Aid Kit comes in, as the name suggests, this ingenious first aid kit will instruct you on how to deal with specific injuries more effectively. There are 9 different packs that cover the gamut of injuries such as cpr/breathing, bleeding and head/spine. Each pack has supplies and best of all, a talking card that will guide you step by step, in dealing with a specific injury. The packs are all separated to avoid mix ups and comes in a unique looking bag for easy identification.

I think its perfect for my wife and I, specially when dealing with accidents and injuries involving loved ones. The step by step audio instructions will help me "snap out" of distress mode and get me to refocus on what I need to do.

So whether you have no knowledge of emergency treatment, or you are an emotionally distressed health worker that needs to be guided to the right path, the Talking Intelligent First Aid Kit is a valuable tool in any emergency situation.

You can purchase the Talking First Aid Kits for $149.99.

GIVEAWAY

Intelligent first Aid is giving one of my readers their very own Intelligent First Aid Kit (ARV $149.99).

Mandatory Entry

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Common First Aid Mistakes.

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Giveaway ends on August 30 2010. Please make sure I have a way to contact you if you win. Winners will be chosen via random.org. The winner will receive an email notifying them that they won and announced on my blog. If I do not receive a response within 48 hours , another winner will be selected. Open to US residents only.


Disclosure
I received product mentioned above for free
from the company or representing PR.
NO other payment was given.
This is my honest opinion, yours may be different.

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  1. I learned that you shouldn't give an accident victim food or water if help will arrive within 30 min.

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  4. I learned that you should leave blook-soaked gauze in place as it will help clot the wound.

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  5. Leave blood soaked gauze in place - it will aid in clotting

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  11. I learned that if you have an injury and need to apply more gauze to put it over what has been soaked, don't removed the soaked gauze

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  12. If an individual is in shock, one should not give the victim water in the first thirty minutes before help arrives.

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  17. not to give food or water to an accident victim. Wait until help arrives.

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  18. When you get an eye injury you will need to cover both eyes with the eye pads, since it is important to keep the injured eye still as the eyes work in unison.

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  51. O learned that if shock is suspected, you do not want to give the victim any food or drink if help will arrive within 30 minutes.

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  52. I learned that if you have an eye injury and need to keep it immobile, when you cover that eye, you should also cover the second eye. Since eyes tend to move in unison, if you keep the second eye uncovered you will be tempted to look around and that will cause the injured eye to move as well.

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  164. I learned that You are faced with a bleeding injury. You locate your first aid kit and grab the gauze sponges. After placing the gauze over the wound, they quickly become blood soaked. As you proceed to add more gauze sponges, you first remove the blood soaked sponges and then place new sponges on the wound.

    This may sound right to most, but do not remove the blood soaked dressings, as you should place new dressings over the blood soaked ones. Leaving these in place will help “clot” the wound and control bleeding. It’s natural to think that once a gauze dressing becomes blood soaked it needs to be removed but, doing so will only start the bleeding again and bring you back to square one.
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  188. I subscribe to your RSS Feed via Google Reader (mizznava)
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  189. Your button is on my blog
    http://lovelyritaann.com
    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  190. I learned that this is the only first aid kit that will give you audio prompts.

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  191. I just tweeted this giveaway here :D

    http://twitter.com/TimboSquad/status/22419064902

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  192. http://twitter.com/matt4melis/status/22419231309

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