Basics of a first aid kit.
The First Aid Kit – an essential part of any home, car, boat, RV, etc. You would also need one when you camp, pack for a disaster, or plan for bugging out.
As well as the small stuff, like band-aids, gloves, antiseptic spray, gauze, medical tape (for bandages), etc. but this guy also brings up the very useful, but not usually thought of sugar and ammonia inhalants.
The sugar would be for someone who has hypoglycemia which is when their blood sugar level is too low.
The ammonia inhalants are for someone who is in shock or fainted, or feels really faint and needs to stay awake. This guy even snaps one to activate it and describes what to do next.
Next he goes into hyperglycemia – which is too much sugar and what to do then. This is really useful, and I can’t say that any video on First Aid Kits covers this that I have seen – I am sure there are some, but not many.
Another helpful hint this guy gives is where to apply pressure if you want to stop or slow bleeding – again, not the usual kit review video.
Now, the downside of this one is that he does not go into any serious injuries and he also just has his hands doing the work, never showing his face. It’s kind of distracting if you notice it and it’s like “floating hands” with the gloves on.
One of the better basic videos on first aid kits.