Snake Bite Kit For Australia Survival Snake Bite First Aid Kit For Hiking
Snake Bite Kit — All contents found in our snake bite first aid kits meet Australian Standard AS2675-1983.
Why We Need The Snake Bite Kit ?
There are more than 100 venomous snake species in Australia, it is essential to be prepared in case of an emergency, in some cases it can be the difference between life and death. Snake bite first aid kits are light and conveniently sized. Inside you will find AEROFORM Tension indicator Bandages that assist in wrapping the area with the correct tension whilst applying the Pressure Immobilisation Technique. This technique is commonly used to treat all Australian snake bites, Blue Ringed Octopus Stings, Cone Shell stings and Funnel Web spider bites.
Survival Snake Bite First Aid Kit Contains
|1||Snake Bite Bandage W/indicator||10.5M||1|
|2||Splint||36″ 90cm x 11cm x 0.45cm||1|
|4||Snake Bite Marke||/||1|
|5||Instant Ice Pack||/||1|
|7||Calico Tri. Band||110cm x 110cm||1|
|8||Snake Bite Leaflet||A5||1|
Having a full equipped snake bite kit on hand enables the responder to act promptly and increase the likelihood of survival by reducing potential damage caused by the venom. Tension Indicator Bandages which are found in our kits are especially great for people who lack first aid skills as they are able to adequately assist whilst waiting for help to arrive. The kit is housed in a compact pack that can be easily grabbed and placed in a bag on or a belt. It has everything necessary to treat a snake bite wound sufficiently.
Usage: Commonly used to treat injuries caused by:
All Australian venomous snake bites, including sea snakes [Class A; LOE III]
Funnel Web spider bites [Class A; LOE IV]
Blue-ringed octopus stings [Class B; LOE Expert Consensus Opinion]
Cone shell stings [Class B; LOE Expert Consensus Opinion]