Category: Safety and Security

Talking First Aid Kit

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The Talking First Aid Kit is a voice output first aid kit designed for use by individuals who are blind, have low vision or have reading or learning disabilities. This kit combines patented care pack design along with audio guidance to deliver first aid when needed. This kit includes care packs for nine specific first aid areas, each of which includes an instruction card. When the user squeezes a button on one of the instruction cards, a calm, clear voice guides him or her through the proper first aid steps to manage the injury, pausing and repeating when necessary for accurate response. This kit includes first aid materials for the following care areas: breathing; CPR; bleeding; shock; head and spine; bone fractures; eye injuries; burns; bites and stings; and basics care. Voice output instructions cards are included with the packs for each care area. The kit also includes a full color guidebook that covers hundreds of additional medical emergencies, such as stroke, heart attack, asthma, choking, poisonings, and dental emergencies. Other features include a talking product manual, flashlight, and book light. The product case is water resistant and comes with a shoulder strap for traveling. DIMENSIONS: The case is 14 x 10 x 8.75 inches. WEIGHT: 7 pounds. WARRANTY: 1 year warranty on audio cards; 30-day unconditional money back guarantee warranty.


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Talking First Aid Kit

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Parasol Emt Pty Ltd
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Fax: +61 1800 000 666
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Independent Living Aids, LLC
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Phone: 800-537-2118
Fax: 516-937-3906
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Controls, Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Home Management, Communication, Architectural Elements