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    Good Job Mate..!! A lot of hard work behind it.. I think you would have definetely scored good marks in your project.

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    Very Nice Vineeth. Very informative article.
    However, for us bikers, carrying such a huge First Aid Kit would definitely not be possible. (Probably we could carry it in a car).

    How about compiling a smaller First Aid Kit so that we can all carry one with us, at all times. Franly speaking, the First Aid kit in my Karizma is pretty decent but not upto the mark
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    @chammu666- thank u mate, then about marks

    @colplay- Mate dressing aid and some antibiotics is enough for those with clean medical history, keep your stock updated and check the pharmaceuticals for expire date (and be aware of snakes)
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    Quote Originally Posted by It's me View Post
    Too much detail.I don't think it is possible to do more then a banded after a fall.
    for all those things it's good to have an expart.

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    I agree on too much detail, but I applaud the effort!
    Banded - bandage/Band Aid is not effective when you have a fracture\ligament tear each of which is quite possible after a crash. It is good to know atleast basics of what to do and what not to do in such scenarios.
    I have seen the first thing that people do when they have burn\heat wounds they put cold water in it... a Motorcycle crash and people try to remove helmet of the rider if he is dizzy or unconcious... Both of these are LETHAL but very common errors!

    Quote Originally Posted by Coplay@180 View Post
    Very Nice Vineeth. Very informative article.
    However, for us bikers, carrying such a huge First Aid Kit would definitely not be possible. (Probably we could carry it in a car).

    How about compiling a smaller First Aid Kit so that we can all carry one with us, at all times. Franly speaking, the First Aid kit in my Karizma is pretty decent but not upto the mark
    It isnt, I carry most stuff on routine trips in a pouch that came along with my gloves... its almost as small as a book. Ofcourse while touring I carry a few extra medicines too!
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    well done dude, am sure the info will help every one who had the patience to read it at some point of life
    i also think, every one should make an effort and undergo ATLS course, once in a life time, atleast u know what to do in case of emergency
    drive safely... if not for you then for the sake of others!!

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    I have seen the first thing that people do when they have burn\heat wounds they put cold water in it... a Motorcycle crash and people try to remove helmet of the rider if he is dizzy or unconcious... Both of these are LETHAL but very common errors!
    What do you suggest when the biker is dazed or unconscious, when it comes to removing the helmet? Instinct says it will make the biker more comfortable, and make breathing easier...however as you're saying its lethal, what is to be done??

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    Quote Originally Posted by anirban13 View Post
    What do you suggest when the biker is dazed or unconscious, when it comes to removing the helmet? Instinct says it will make the biker more comfortable, and make breathing easier...however as you're saying its lethal, what is to be done??
    No issues in removing the helmet but before that one should make sure that there is no cervical spine injury. CS injury is really harder to detect in case of unconscious or semi conscious patients and in those cases if someone try to remove the helmet vigorously, it can cause further injury to the spine which can leads to different plegias.
    i think Sathyan was pointing on the same fact.
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    Amazing info sir....thanks alot for such a useful information. Kudos to u sir...

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    Great...good you brought it up here !!!! Too much yet too good !
    A very good and safe biker not only because he can pop up either of the wheels,scrape his knees on a corner or go fast and make it look stylish but because he very well knows his limits and capabilities and has the patience to learn about others and ride safe ! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitspnta View Post
    @vineeth areth

    Amazing info sir....thanks alot for such a useful information. Kudos to u sir...
    Quote Originally Posted by nin View Post
    Great...good you brought it up here !!!! Too much yet too good !
    Thank you guys.
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