Month: February 2014

Standard First Aid Kit for Cancer Patients: Prescription Medications

Aside from ensuring that none of the particulates are expired, the key to preparing the right standard first aid kit for cancer patients rely on its actual contents since cancer patients need specialized items in order to manage the symptoms or adverse effects of cancer or chemotherapy. Here are some of these items. Anti-anxiety Medications …

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Standard First Aid Kit for Cancer Patients: Non-prescription Items

Aside from sterile gauze and bandages, the standard first aid kit for cancer patients should include other items which can help guardians or caregivers manage the other adverse effects of the disease or the treatments. Here are some of the non-prescription items that should be included in the first aid kits for cancer patients. Water …

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Backpack safety

Backpacks have been a popular and practical way to carry items especially for children and even adults. They were specifically designed to distribute the weight on the strongest muscles in the body. If a backpack is used properly, it is a good way to carry items. The basics on backpack safety is essential for parents …

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Elbow dislocation

Elbow dislocation occurs once the surfaces of the joint are separated and can be partial or complete. A complete dislocation takes place if the surfaces of the joints are separated completely. As for the partial dislocation, the surfaces of the joints are only separated incompletely. Causes of elbow dislocation Dislocations of the elbow are not …

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