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Emergency First Aid Kit Checklist
# cold remedies
# allergy relief
# antacids
# stomach relief (Pepto Bismol)
# diarrhea relief
# laxatives
# Aspirin (12-24 tablets)
# Ibuprofen/Advil (12-24 tablets)
# Instant cold packs (2-4)
# Anti-microbial soap (1)
# Scalpels
# Sterile sutures, in several sizes
# Instant hot packs
# Instant cold packs
# Sponges
# Cotton balls
# Burn treatments
# Splint materials
# Cold remedies
# Rubbing alcohol for sterilization
# Hydrogen peroxide to wash and disinfect wounds
# Betadine
# Scissors
# Forceps
# 4x4 sterile bandages (12-24)
# 8x8 sterile bandages (6-12)
# sterile roll bandages, 2" and 4" widths (1-2 each)

Basic First Aid Kit Checklist
Tweezers
Scissors
Tape
Bandages
Painkillers
Thermometer
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
 
Case List  (WARNING!May contain gross images.)

Basic First Aid - For Home 

A
Abdominal Pain

Allergic Reaction
Ankle Fracture
Asthma Attack
F
Fainting

Food Poisoning
Frostbite
K
Knee Dislocation
P
Plant Allergy

Puncture Wound
U
no case available yet
B
Bleeding
Broken Bones
Burns
G
Gastroenteritis
L
Lightning Strike
Low Blood Sugar
Q
no case available yet
V
Vomiting (Nausea)
C
Choking
CPR
H
Heart Attack
Heat Stroke
Hypothermia
 
M
Migrane
Muscle Sprain
R
Rabies
Rescue Breathing
Ruptured Tendon
W
Wrist Injury
D
Drowning
I
Ingrown Toenails

Insulin Reaction
N
Nose Bleeds
S
Seizures
Snake Bite
Sprains
Stroke
X
no case available yet
E
Elbow Dislocation

Electric Shock
Epilepsy
J
Jellyfish Stings
O
no case available yet
T
Tetanus
Y-Z
no case available yet

Stay Safe! Make sure the victim is in a safe location.
  Don't get hurt the same way.
Follow universal precautions and wear personal protective equipment if you have it.

**  Excerpts From  **
http://firstaid.about.com  -  http://www.pep-c.org/basickit  -  http://firstaid.webmd.com
Other Graphic Materials - From Various Sites.


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