Contains products used in major hospitals and clinics world wide
This highly organized kit provides comprehensive first aid treatment for a variety of needs. It complies or exceeds all OSHA guidelines for small business and meets ANSI types I and II requirements. The kit is fully organized for easy use and will treat many emergency situations. It can be wall mounted or stored easily. Clean: 30 Antiseptic Towelettes, 30 Alcohol Pads, 6 Sting Relief Pads, 3 Hand Sanitizers. Treat: 6 Antibiotic Ointment, 6 Burn Cream, 10 Antacid Tablets, 10 Aspirin Tablets, 10 Non-aspirin Tablets, 1 First Aid Guide, 1 Instant Cold Compress. Protect: 5 Adhesive Bandages (Metallic), 20 Adhesive Bandages 1″ x 3″, 55 Adhesive Bandages 0.75″ x 3″, 50 Adhesive Bandages 0.375″ x 1.5″, 10 Butterfly Bandages, 18 Wound Closure Strips, 2 Gauze Rolls, 3 Protective Earloop Masks, 2 Eye Pads, 10 Sterile Gauze Pads 2″ x 2″, 4 Sterile Gauze Pads 4″ x 4″, 1 Sterile Trauma Pad. Additional Supplies: 20 Cotton Tip Applicators, 1 Adhesive Tape Roll, 5 Finger Splints, 1 Triangular Bandage, 4 Examination Gloves, 1 pair Metal Scissors, 1 pair Metal Tweezers.
Printed on high quality glossy paper and includes a 0.5 inch border on all sides to allow for matting and framing.
All our posters are reproductions. We do not sell originals.
Carol M. Highsmith, born 1946 and raised in North Carolina, has often been called “America’s Photographer” for her photographic contributions. Her collection in the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division is ranked in the top 6 collections overall, alongside crucially important historical photographers such as Dust Bowl photojournalist Dorothea Lange and Civil War photographer Mathew Brady. She has published over 50 exclusive photographic books dedicated to specific cities and states, most of which are published through Random House and have sold over 1.5 copies nationwide. Highsmith has also been commissioned by the US government for numerous photography projects over the years, including the restorations of the Willard Hotel and Pennsylvania Avenue, the collection of Abraham Lincoln’s possessions, and federal courthouses across the country. Source: Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, photograph by Carol M. Highsmith.