For First Aid Kits, a common term is ‘piece count’. This refers to the individual pieces that are usable in a first aid kit.
Instead of the number of type of items, or the number of part numbers shown in a component list, piece count refers to the individual components that are in each box/refill/item category that are able to used independently. The sum of all of these is the total piece count.
Here are a couple of examples:
2-016: XL Hemaseal Bloodstopper Bdg
- This counts as 4 pieces because of (1) Hema-flex Trauma Pad attached to (1 )gauze and (2) gloves
90015-002: PC Ibuprofen 50x2/bx
- This counts as 100 pieces because 50x2 means there are fifty two-packs of pills. Total of 100 pills.
1-040: 3/8”x1.5” Plastic Bandages, 40/box
- This counts as 40 pieces
Our catalogs and website would be a great way to find this information. If you are a published piece count- please try to recalculate based on our guidelines above. Otherwise, please reach out to us to look into a discrepancy further for you.
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