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 Posted: Sun Aug 17th, 2008 04:24 pm
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Wayne
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Okay,

So you on he beach you get stung,cut,sinker on head or hook in finger... what do you carry in your First id kit?

If you have a list let us see...

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 Posted: Sun Aug 17th, 2008 10:13 pm
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HEIHACHI
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hmm lets see what i can remember
scissors
gauze
bandage
sometimes a good idea to have a few rulers
plasters
burn dressing
tweezers
trauma dressings
emergency blanket
betadine
bandage tape
bottle of jack daniels
few disprin
emergency nos for poison centre(snake bite)
activated charcoal
eish been a long time since ive done that excuse me if i didnt remeber everything

or alternatively you should be able to pick up a medikit relativley cheaply at your local pharamacy

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 Posted: Sun Aug 17th, 2008 10:19 pm
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Fryars Balsam is the best for small cuts and grazes etc...... but be careful with the stuff. Two years ago i got my finger caught in a Penn International with a very big Yellowfin on the end, the line cut right through my finger including the bone and the piece was hanging by a small piece of fingerpad, the skipper of the boat poured Fryars balsam over it and it quaterised the wound and stopped the bleeding, but when i got to hospital 5 hours later the doc had to amputate the piece of finger because of the Fryars balsam, they might have been able to re attach it if it was not for that........

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 Posted: Mon Aug 18th, 2008 11:30 am
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Kumz
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I have a fully equiped first aid kit in my Bakkie that has everything incl Splints etc ....

I always say ..also carry a Ski Rope just incase someone gets washed of the rocks ... Check the Pic of the month ..Wild Coast .

WHat we have also done on a Club level ,is have each members details ,Next of Kin ,Copy of Medical aid cards & a list of allergies & treatments that you may need ....

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 Posted: Tue Sep 21st, 2010 12:41 pm
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Dean Slater
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a regulation 7 first aid kit is the best, big, but i keep it in my car just incase i come across anything while driving/fishin/camping whatever. Also go for a first responder course!! one of the best things i ever did,only used the training once, but it was well worth it!

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 Posted: Tue Sep 21st, 2010 12:50 pm
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J_Bay
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For immediate treatment of cuts, scrapes, hook wounds, and most of all, Shad Bites, nothing beats Hydrogen Peroxide!!!

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 Posted: Tue Nov 9th, 2010 09:49 am
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Rhinoman
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I am looking for first aid treatment for a wound from a Makriel ( Silver catfish ) I have heard of meat tender riser??????????Piss???????????

 

Any idea's or sites ,I find nothing

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