How do you manage a loved one with a laceration?

How do you manage a loved one with a laceration?
 You’ve probably been approached by a family member or friend with a laceration. You have the skills to repair it, but were not prepared with adequate supplies. For situations like these,  I developed PROVIDER PREPARED Laceration Repair Kits.  
 Unlike others on the market, these physician-grade kits are in-dated, disposable, sterile, and complete.  They allow for management of multiple wound types, including skin tear, scalp laceration, facial laceration, deep laceration, abscess, and more.  The contents are sourced from recognizable, reputable US suppliers, like Ethicon, 3M, Covidien,etc.  Moreover, each component is individually packaged, so you can order refill packs to replace what you have used, without having to purchase a whole new kit. Because we purchase in bulk as a wholesaler, PROVIDER PREPARED is less expensive and more convenient than the alternatives.
 According to Cost Helper, Inc. [1], individuals can expect to be charged $200-$3,000 or more for laceration repair, depending on his/her insurance coverage, the provider, the injury and the complexity of the repair. Perhaps, the greatest loss is the wasted time, traveling to and from a health care facility, waiting, often hours, in the waiting, then an exam room, to watch someone else do what you could have easily done at home.
 If you were to assemble your own kit, similar to the Provider Prepared Complete Laceration Repair Kit, ordering the lowest required quantities online, from a medical supply company, such as Moore Medical LLC [2], it would cost about $1,561.41 (Price List 11/4/2016), plus tax and shipping/handling. 
 Be prepared for wherever the unexpected happens with kits in your home and each vehicle, as well as in the homes and vehicles of your loved ones. Don’t let someone else attend to your loved ones simply because you lack the supplies! Be Prepared! Be Provider Prepared!
 Dr. Nate Whittaker, MD
Emergency Medicine Specialist, Logan, UT

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