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Emergency First Aid Kit Checklist
Basic First Aid Kit
• Disposable gloves
• Antihistamine tablets
• An antiseptic cream
• A packet of safety pins
• Triangle shaped bandages
• Sterile eye dressing – at least 2
• Plasters in a variety of shapes and sizes
• A cream that can be applied on skin rash
• A spray or cream to relieve insect bites
• Nasal or decongestant spray
• Distilled water which can be used as an eye bath and for cleaning wounds.
# rolled gauze (1 roll each of 1", 2" and 3" widths)
# 1 inch adhesive bandages (large box)
# Large adhesive bandages (1 box)
# Butterfly bandages or sterile strips (1 box)
# 1/2 inch and 1 inch rolls of adhesive tape (1-2 of each)
# 3-6 large triangular bandages (36" x 36" x 50")
# Special bandages, such as conforming, trauma and field dressings
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Safe! Make sure the victim is in a safe location.