Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit Recommended for FSA-Enrolled Households

Large First Aid Kit Ideal for Homes with Elderly People

Woodbridge, United States - January 7, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

The 2018 Flexible Savings Account (FSA) season closed on December 31, 2018, but some companies allow their employees a grace period through March 15, 2019 Individuals enrolled in the plan should be checking their accounts to see if they have any remaining funds. These funds can be used towards medical expenses, or to purchase eligible items such as over-the-counter (OTC) medicines or safety and medical tools. In households with elderly members, it means having to stock on denture cream and cleansers, eyeglasses, blood pressure monitors, incontinence products, and wheelchairs. Apart from these senior care essentials, it is also important to use one’s remaining funds for reliable first aid kits.

Realizing the need for an FSA-approved tool that can help stabilize potential injuries and wounds sustained by any household members, Surviveware, maker of high-quality adventure and preparedness gear, launched a larger version of their original first aid kit: the Expanded First Aid Pack.

Surviveware’s Expanded First Aid Kit is manufactured to address the need of customers for substantial and reliable home first aid kits. It is designed to contain the essential items that homes with seniors may need when they are involved in an accident. Moreover, the kit has enough space to fit other medical and survival items such as fire starters, heating pads, and emergency blankets. The kit adds security to an FSA-enrolled household by providing high-grade safety gear that fits their needs and preferences.

The kit is made of high-quality 600D polyester. This fabric is an ideal material for first aid packs used in households as it is malleable and durable which helps withstand constant wear and tear. Unlike bulky and brittle plastic-cased containers, this kind of casing is lightweight and fits in any nook or cabinet inside the house without breaking or cracking.

This 10” x 7.25” x 5” kit holds 200 medical items that are useful for any home injuries and accidents. Housed in the water-resistant case are different bandages, adhesives, gauze swabs, steri-strips, and other non-adhesive bandages. The kit also holds several provisions for insect bites and splinters. These supplies are important for homes with seniors who tend to get injured from falls, trips, and stumbles.

Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit comes with life-saving tools such as a whistle, medical-grade shears, nitrile gloves, hydrogels, and a CPR kit. It also comes with an advanced first aid handbook that can be used as a guide during trauma accidents. Surviveware included a mini kit that can be carried conveniently by active family members and health service providers. While the kit can hold a multitude of provisions, it still has ample space for personal care and survival items such as prescription medication, fire starters, heating pads, and multi-tools.

All of the kit’s supplies are stored in resealable laminate pouches and are separated in labeled compartments. This organized and easy-to-follow system ensures that first aid kit users can easily and quickly locate needed items. It also prevents panic and confusion since the kit’s piping is labeled with the content and intended use of the supplies stored inside. In addition, the baggies provide another layer of protection to the provisions and help keep the supplies fresh and dry.

This large pack has straps that are MOLLE compatible, allowing the kit to be strapped on a headrest or roll bar. The kit also boasts a velcro section on the back that allows the kit to be stored in the trunk. These features make it easy for users to store and retrieve the package.

Make the most out of your remaining FSA and grab this Large First Aid Kit today at a special 20% discount by using Surviveware’s Amazon coupons. Protect your loved ones by purchasing a kit that goes beyond any ordinary first aid kit.

Order your very own kit today by clicking here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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