This part lists some essential emergency rescue tools including CPR mask kit, manual suction pump, rescue blanket, and kinds of transparent masks. Certainly, we will continuously upload more effective and necessary first aid supplies. For more info, please click product links or contact us.
This CPR mask rescue kit comes with a reusable, easy-to-clean, pocket-size CPR mouth barrier with a transparent dome that securely fits the faces of infants, children, and adults. This product is equipped with a non-return valve with a filter function, which acts as barrier protection for responders in an emergency. Features a replaceable one-way valve with a biological filter in one housing.
CPAP Mask is an interface for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea using continuous positive airway pressure. It provides a good seal when fitted to the patient while providing maximum comfort. It features a simple design and easy use for people to have a hassle-free night sleep.
This mask is made of latex-free medical-grade PVC material. Its air cushion can perfectly fit the patient’s face and provide good sealing. This cost-effective mask is with lower dead space and leakage used for resuscitation, anesthesia and other oxygen or aerosol delivery application.
This silver blanket is made from PET film, extremely lightweight, flexible, and can retain 90% body heat in cold weather.It is an extremely versatile camping blanket that can also be used as a curtain on a sliding door. This first aid blanket can be easily used as a supplemental blanket if an indoor source of heat is unavailable. This waterproof blanket is ideal for people who love to camp frequently or those who live in places with extremely low average temperature. Lost campers and hikers have an additional possible benefit: the metallic surface appearance flashes in the sun, allowing use as an improvised distress beacon for searchers. This space blanket is perfect for camping trips and sporting events in addition to emergencies. The emergency thermal blankets are often given to marathoners and other endurance athletes at the end of races, or while waiting before races if the weather is chilly.