First Aid kit

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  1. bigfoot

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    Does anyone have the definitive list of contents for a kit suitable for a motorhome?
    I expect it would be a cross betrween a domestic kit and a basic motorists kit.
    I don't want to be prepared for emergency childbirth,but some of you may have the right contents.
     
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    We just carry a domestic kit, plus couple of large pads.
     
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    For a motorhome:

    A box of plasters and a mobile phone.

    I'm not being flippant but if you are bleeding in a minor way and can spare ten minutes, put the kettle on and wait for a scab to form.

    If you are bleeding in a minor way but need to keep on moving, put a plaster on.

    If you are spouting arterial blood, looking at bones protruding through skin or trying to push back in bits that never should have been out in the first place, apply pressure to the wound then use the mobile to call the paramedic who is a few minutes away and has all the proper gear.

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    Gaffer tape and super glue :thumb::Rofl1::Rofl1::BigGrin:
    terry
     
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    Take the one from home, plus some insect/mozzie/tiger/lion reppellant:Rofl1:, the most ive used, is alcahol wipes and superglue for the inevitable cuts.
     
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    It's probably been done, Terry.
     
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