• Stop Bleeding Flospong

    Haemostatic: Absordable Gelatine Sponge

  • Clean Wound Alcohol Swab

    Antiseptic Alcohol Swab

  • Seal Wound Cutseal

    Sterile Tissue Adhesive

  • Pain Relief Nalbuphine

    Injection(10mg) Analgesic: Self injector

Emergency Kit Defence & Disaster Management

Why it is IMPORTANT?

They are important because they help treat injuries and even ailments that do occur at home. From less severe problems to more serious ailments, first aid kits will help in reducing infection risks and even the severity of an injury. In the case of an emergency, it is crucial to have an important Emergency Kit that provides fast and effective first aid that helps to safe life or minimize the trauma impact. Being prepared means being equipped with the proper supplies you may need in the event of an emergency or disaster.

(n-Butyl-2-cyanocrylate 0.15 ml, 0.25 ml & 0.5 ml ampoule)

A major medical advance in the treatment of wounds and incisions

  • Significant reduction in O.T. time
  • Complete skin healing within 5-10 days
  • Excellent cosmetic results compared to stitches
  • Effective antibacterial protection

Major Indications

  • General surgery
  • Dental surgery
  • Plastic surgery
  • Orthopedic surgery

Procedure of Application

  • Tissue adhesive - CUTSEAL is applied only to outside surfaces to bridge over edges. Do not apply it directly raw surfaces
  • The wound edges should be straight and lie together naturally
  • Insert a tampon, clean the wound thoroughly and dry the skin adequately
  • Stabilize the wound edges from top to bottom
  • Insert the finger between the edges and pull it out to bring them forward slightly. This is to ensure the wound edges are not rolled inward, but meets perfectly
  • Two surfaces of wound to be held in place with a tissue forcep
  • Cut the snap cut ampoule neatly
  • Open the sterlised dropper from the bag & dip into cut ampoule
  • Apply a bead of tiny droplets of tissue adhesive(Cutseal) at intervals where the wound edges meet
  • Wait for 20 to 30 seconds to dry the area. Adhesive will stiffen when dry
  • Dry dressing can be applied over the closed wound but should not be too tight