Thursday, April 22, 2010

Talking First Aid Kit Review & Giveaway from Intelligent First Aid

The lawn is mowed. The bicycles are out.  Spring is such a beautiful time with all of the pretty flowers and trees and the kids just want to be outside 24/7.  This means lots of ouchies for our house.  I try to keep up with First Aid and CPR but the truth is, sometimes there are things that happen that I'm not sure how to handle. For instance, if one of my children broke a bone, I wouldn't know what to do until we could make it to the Doctor. I have no idea how to make a sling or wrap a broken limb, and quite frankly, even the thought of it makes me cringe.  Last summer, my 4 year old took a metal baseball bat to the head and I nearly fainted!






Intelligent First Aid is an awesome company that I was fortunate enough to come in contact with.  They have made these AWESOME first aid kits that talk!  When they first arrived, I was really impressed with how organized they were!  The Safe at Home Talking First Aid Kit was divided into 3 different categories: Bones, Bleeding, and Bites and Stings.  Each individual category had all of the supplies that would be needed for that particular injury and best of all, with the push of a button, a voice comes on and walks you through the First Aid process step by step!!!  For instance, if someone you knew was bitten by a snake, it gives you step by step instructions on what to do such as wash the bite site, keep the bite area lower than the heart, remove rings and any other constricting items, etc. etc. and those are things I would never know to do!


We also received the Talking Save Traveler Kit and it was equally amazing!  It has packs for Basics, Shock, Bleeding and Breathing. How awesome to have a product like this on-hand in case of an emergency!  I went through and  checked everything out and listened to all of the included audio cards and I was just amazed at how much easier you could help someone in an emergency by being able to have instructions read to you with just the push of a button!



Intelligent First Aid has really stepped up to the plate in creating such advanced First Aid Products. They were also featured on The Doctors and their kits were sent to Haiti after the recent Earthquake.  It's no wonder they have won multiple Awards!  These First Aid kits are wonderful!  We think you would be CRAZY not to have some of these great First Aid Kits from Intelligent First Aid!

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One of you are going to win your choice of either a Home or Travel Talking First Aid Kit valued at $59.99

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*This is my honest opinion of these products that I was sent to review. I was not paid to say these things*

95 comments:

  1. I learned that "All guidelines included in the first aid kits were provided to Intelligent First Aid by national first aid training agencies and trauma surgeons. Medical guidelines were written to and meet the standards set by the 2006 National First Aid Science Advisory Board." It sounds like a wonderful product and has the medical backing to prove it.

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  59. In 2006, US emergency rooms received more than 111 million visits with approximately 50% due to unintentional injuries. Even today, unintentional injuries remain the number one killer of Americans in ages 1-44 and the number one killer of children worldwide. I copied this it was kinda long to write and then post.
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