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blossom's Suggestions for a First Aid Kit

Go through to a local medical supply store...there are many things that can be purchased by anyone there without a perscription that are useful in one way or another...I'm going to take this time to describe my first aid kit which resides in a fishing tackle box (one of the ones with a see-through upper lid and then another lid to a larger compartment with a lift-out tray)...these things are handy when you're playing and contain a surprising number of toys...how many can you find?

First layer (eg transparent lid...easiest to access):

  • bandaids...plain, cloth, fingertip, knuckle, in
  • various
  • sizes
  • butterfly bandages (holds together a straight cut)
  • ammonia inhalant (in case someone faints)
  • themometer & covers
  • kling gauze
  • 2x2, 3x3 gauze pads...some non-stick
  • emergency scissors & small scissors for cutting pads
  • & tape
  • hemostats
  • twizers
  • pen light w/locking on/off so you can hold it in
  • your mouth
  • eye pad & tape
  • forehead themometer
  • pen (writing)
  • tongue depressors
  • long cotton tipped applicators
  • small sewing kit
  • gloves
  • 2" offset compress bandage
  • lanolin tube
  • triple antibiotic tube
  • zinc oxide tube
  • assorted types of tape (except my favorite :-( which I'm missing)
  • alcohol swabs
  • microbicidal swabs
  • antiseptic wipes
  • premoistened towelettes
  • glucose tablets (have a diabetic friend)

Inside the lift-up tray:

  • tylanol
  • ibuprofen
  • decongestant
  • tiger balm (topical pain relief w/camphor etc)
  • hydrocortisone
  • water purification tabs (don't ask me, I don't know either)
  • salt tablets (Kent's on lithium)
  • afrin (spray decongestant)
  • anti-nausea liquid
  • pepto-bismol caplets (stomach upset)
  • naproxen
  • immodium (anti-diarrheal)
  • matches
  • interdental cleaners
  • condoms
  • clear nail polish
  • sore throat lozenges
  • waterless antibaterial hand cleaner
  • peppermint oil
  • children's tylanol & motrin
  • stick of cocoa butter
  • ipecac syrup
  • eye wash
  • Merthiolate (topical antiseptic tincture)
  • Benedryl itch relief spray
  • royal jelly lip balm (used for slight burns)
  • lip balm
  • tea tree oil
  • sleep tabs (same ingrediant as a popular antihistimine)
  • goldenseal powder
  • antiseptic anesthetic pump spray
  • contact lens remover & case
  • hand lotion

Large compartment:

  • elastic bandages in 3", 4" & 6" widths
  • another waterless hand cleaner
  • arm sling
  • muslin bandage
  • safety glasses
  • tube-bandage
  • 5x9 & 8x10 absorbant pads
  • 3 cold packs
  • heat pack (need more of these!)
  • stethescope
  • K-Y jelly
  • finger splint
  • wire insta-splint 4" wide
  • 3" tape
  • tourniquet (velcros!)
  • cpr pocket mask
  • 2 patrolatum dressings
  • 4x4 cover sponges (need some more...only have two)
  • very, very big sterile dressing
  • 11-3/4" dressing
  • collapsible cup
  • off skintastic bug repellant spray
  • surgical scrub brush
  • tampons
  • eye dressing
  • small notebook
  • medicated plaster (gets hot)
  • finger splint material
  • calamine lotion
  • universal splint

Obviously I'm missing stuff...like burn cream, my favorite tape (it's called something like duropore...I know it when I see it!), cough syrup for kids as well as some type of decongestant for them, potassium, L-lysine & my lip balm with allicin in it for incipiant cold sores, cotton balls....<grin> going to a medical supply store is like a candy store for me!

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