What Every Cop Should Carry...These Days

What Every Cop Should Carry...These Days

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    and every Paramedic & Firefighters also.

    KILLS HIV & Hepatitis C & can be sprayed directly into the eyes.
    It IS possible to get HIV from blood or other bodily fluids that enters into the eyes.



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    Looks like it might be a good product to have . My work offers free Hep shots for our team.
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    I thought that it might prove particularly useful for contaminated fluids in the eyes.

    Great that you're getting the Hep shots.
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    I would like to have had that in the ambulance.
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    Hold MyClyns stock do we? Good to have, never know
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    That looks pretty good. I am actually surprised that I never heard of it before
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    I believe that that should be an issue item to all LEO's as well as EMT's on the job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    That looks pretty good. I am actually surprised that I never heard of it before
    Agreed and ditto.
    I'm sitting here at work stunned that I've never heard of this before just now.

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    I am glad they finally have come up with that. My X works in a Hospital and one time got sparayed with blood from an Aids patient. She had to keep getting tested for 6 months to be sure she never contracted Aids. That would have sure helped give her a little more peace of mind, though she probably would have still had to be tested.

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    thats a great idea, ive never heard of it either. would be great for LEO and EMT's. matter of fact i would like to have a few for myself, just incase.
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    I have never heard of it either. At $26.95, I'll take a couple of them.....
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