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- Feb 24, '10 by mr.briceWe are a school of 300 students (K-12). I also don't provide first aid kits in each classrooms. There's one in Montessori (K) classroom and on our school bus.
Montessori fist aid kit has bandaids, antiseptic and a thermometer.
The bus driver requested only some gloves, bandaids, antiseptic and an emesis bag.
I also have a small fisr aid pouch for field trip use only. It has gloves, antiseptic, bandaids, tapes, pen, papers, scissor, safety pins, pads, thermometer, sunblock, disposible splinter kit and gauze.
I would rather assess any students, teachers or staff anything more a scratch too. Some teachers intervene too much and take over my role as a school nurse!
- Feb 24, '10 by pvtschoolnurseAt the beginning of this year I supplied all of the classrooms with most of the supplies that others have listed; bandaids, gloves, wound wash, cotton balls, Q-Tips, vaseline, etc. Unfortunately most of the first aid kits have gone unused. I will collect them at the end of the year and may go back to having one first aid kit for each hallway.
- Feb 24, '10 by DistrictNurse19I don't put antibiotic creams/wipes because they are considered "medications" and we need written permission from the parent/guardian as well as written authorization from the healthcare provider for any and every medication, including OTC's. Our teachers seem to believe that Vaseline will cure everything...but I don't supply it!