full kit

full kit

A term of art used in some operating theatres in the UK in which patients are triaged for HIV status and, when positive, are managed with universal (infection control) precautions (full kit).
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Maindy Corries under 15s, which was created by two of the team's players, has just received a full kit from Wales' largest building society as part of its Kit of the Month competition.
It was released to coincide with the launch of Tesco's new Back To School uniform range, which offers a full kit for as little as [euro]6.
CELTIC have returned to the club's halcyon days of the 1960s with their new away strip - and we're giving three readers the chance to win a full kit in our Record Sport competition.
A highlight in the British Army's training calendar, the test sees patrols navigate by day and night and face a range of challenges including observation and reconnaissance of enemy forces, cold river crossings in full kit and an attack.
The VG2 Full Kit is a versank minimalistic holster designed for three different methods of carry and is available in black, FDE (shown) and yellow.
A TEESSIDE American Football coach is to remember his dad in style this weekend as he tackles the Middlesbrough 10k run in full kit.
His winter's work will also include the World T20 tournament in Bangladesh, where he should be in full kit with a bat in his hand rather than in the TV studio acting as a pundit, the report said.
WIN A Pro Contract partners Sondico Professional are offering one Sunday People Sport reader the chance to win a full kit for their football team.
FIREFIGHTERS are to complete the Great North Run - in full kit in memory of a colleague.
We have been out training in full kit and we do get comments from people like 'are you mad?
A full kit will be provided along with a list of shops, pubs, cafes and other small local businesses who have already offered to display a tin.
It involves a mindand-muscle sapping 34-mile course carrying full kit and equipment weighing 60lbs.