first aid kit
Box that contains the materials required to administer first aid, including bandages, medication and instruments.
Instrument used to remove fragments of a foreign body (usually splinters) accidentally introduced under the skin.
Absorbent white cotton containing no fatty or resinous substances; it is used to clean wounds.
elastic support bandage
Extensible fabric that is rolled around a limb to reduce an edema (swelling) or to secure a bandage or splint.
Instrument with two movable overlapping shanks having sharp inside edges; they are used for trimming and cutting.
Substance that kills pathogenic microorganisms on living tissue.
first aid manual
Booklet describing how to treat common injuries and illnesses.
gauze roller bandage
Roll of extremely light, transparent cotton fabric used to make compresses or dress wounds.
Adhesive strip with a piece of gauze for dressing wounds.
Stick whose ends are covered with cotton wadding; they are used to clean and disinfect wounds.
Piece of sterilized gauze that is folded into several layers and used to dress wounds.
Triangular piece of fabric used to dress wounds.
Alcohol used to clean and disinfect skin or wounds after scarring.
Small strips of wood, metal or plastic used to immobilize a limb that is fractured, sprained or dislocated.
Salicylic acid tablet used to treat pain, fever and inflammation.
Antiseptic used to clean and disinfect wounds.
Sticky tape used to fasten bandages, compresses and other materials to a wound.