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First Aid Training Pack

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Price: $15.00
Availability: in stock
Prod. Code: FATNGPK

This compact kit is ideal for use during Heartsaver(R) First Aid training courses.

General Overview

This package includes the first aid training supplies students need for effective practice in the Heartsaver(R) First Aid and Heartsaver(R) First Aid CPR AED courses.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Gauze and sponges to practice bleeding and wound care

  • Emergency blanket to practice handling shock situations

  • EpiPen(R) trainer with a pressure-sensitive tip and a realistic design, including a cap and clicking mechanism to mimic the use of an actual EpiPen

  • EpiPen trainer safely and realistically allows students to practice EpiPen administration

  • Convenient and affordable kit brings together essential supplies for Heartsaver first aid training

Comes with:

  • 2 rolls of 4" stretch gauze

  • 25 4" x 4" sponges

  • Emergency blanket

  • EpiPen trainer

Dimensions and Specifications

Measures 7.5" w x 6.5" h

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