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Old 01-23-2013, 09:03 PM
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Here's the supply list with SKU numbers and pricing. Apologize up front for the formatting. I tried to make it pretty but it failed.
  • 820019 Laerdal Pocket Masks 1 EACH $12.45 $12.45
  • 321OR Trauma Shears 1 EACH $4.49 $4.49
  • 1806 ADC Velcro Tourniquets - ADULT 1 EACH $3.45 $3.45
  • 1807 ADC Velcro Tourniquets - CHILD 1 EACH $3.45 $3.45
  • 11202 EMP Triangular Bandages - 40" X 40" X 56" 1 BOX $8.84 $8.84
  • 25100 VioNex® Antiseptic Towelettes 1 BOX $12.39 $12.39
  • 4459 Band-Aid Hurt-Free Antiseptic Wash, 6 oz 1 EACH $3.85 $3.85
  • 1121 SAM Medical Splint - 4.25" x 36" 1 EACH $13.29 $13.29
  • 3521 Dynarex Wound Closure Strips - 1/8" X 3" 1 PKG $1.59 $1.59
  • 3615 Dynarex Sterile Butterfly Wound Closures 1 BOX $4.69 $4.69
  • 4634 Band-Aids 3/4" X 3" 1 BOX $4.09 $4.09
  • 3352 Dynarex Sterile Gauze Pads 2" X 2" 1 BOX $4.19 $4.19
  • D645 Bandage Rolls 4.5" X 4.1 YDS, 6 PLY 1 EACH $1.25 $1.25
  • 100-3 Eye Wash 4 OUNCE BOTTLE 1 EACH $3.19 $3.19
  • 0070-30 Glutose 15™ Grape Flavor 3/pkg 1 PKG $13.45 $13.45
  • 1026434 NEOSPORIN Antibiotic Ointment 1 EACH $9.39 $9.39
  • 2060033 Waterproof Adhesive Tape 1/2" X 10yd 1 EACH $2.95 $2.95
  • 4582B Flex-Wrap Self Adherent Wrap 2" 1 EACH $2.24 $2.24
  • 2045033 Waterproof Adhesive Tape 2" X 5yd 1 EACH $3.95 $3.95
  • 2040033 Waterproof Adhesive Tape 1" X 5yd 1 EACH $2.95 $2.95
  • 040400 Cool Blaze Sterile Burn Dressings 4" X 4" 2 EACH $3.99 $7.98
  • 0630 Dynarex Elastic Bandages 3" X 5 YD 1 EACH $1.04 $1.04
  • 0620 Dynarex Elastic Bandages 2" X 5 YD 2 EACH $0.75 $1.50
  • A-150 Wound Dressings 3X4 NON-STICK PAD 2 BOX $1.33 $2.66
  • 8139 Berman Oral Airways W/ASSORTED COLORS 1 EACH $10.55 $10.55
Tweezers, Tylenol, Advil, Crazy Glue and Immodium came from Walgreens. E-blankets were from Adventure Medical. Spyderco Assist came from KnifeCenter.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:14 PM
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anyone have knowledge of old epi pens? our son has a mild peanut allergy, and every year we have to buy new ones because they expire (and his school is anal about expiration dates). Not knocking the system here, but the reality is he'll likely never need it- after his second handful of peanut m&m's his tongue gets a little itchy... nbd and he knows the feeling and when to stop.

but curious if the old ones would still be good, or useful to anyone here, etc. don't think we have any right now but i could easily save one next time. they're expensive!!
Personally I wouldn't hesitate to use an expired epi pen or drug depending on the alternative. I've heard that expired drugs may lose a little of their potency. I would absolutely get some Benadryl on board quickly- either liquid or crushed up pills.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:19 PM
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I would absolutely get some Benadryl on board quickly- either liquid or crushed up pills.
Oops. Yep, that's there. Part of the Walgreens list.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:29 PM
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Can't believe I missed this thread! Contrary to popular belief CPR has become very effective lately with the recent "first responder" changes. They're now teaching us to do two minutes of continuous "quality" compressions followed by two ventilations. We've really seen a huge jump in our "saves" here in Aurora. Make no mistake, if you're doing effective CPR you will break ribs & probably all of them. Ease up on compressions once they're broken. Depth is 2" on an adult. Switch out the person that's doing compressions every 4-6 minutes. Effective compression are very exhausting & the effectiveness drops off really quick!
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BTW, I'd be happy to go over some basic first aid techniques if anybody is interested.
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