First Aid Kit

You should have a first aid kit at home and in your vehicle.  It must be revised frequently to ensure that it is complete and that medications have not expire.  You can buy a first aid kit at any department or drug store, or you may do one yourself.  The content should be kept dry in a closed box and out of reach of little ones.  This is a general guideline as provided by the American Heart Association.





Emergency numbers (including hospitals and your family doctor)

A first aid manual approved by the Commission

Bandages of different sizes


Alcohol swaps

Micropore adhesive tape

Sterilized gauzes

Triangular gauzes

Safety pins (assorted sizes)

Small rounded point scissors (bandage scissors)

Antiseptic solution

Aspirin and paracematol (children and adults)


Stomachache pills

Pharmaceutical package of glucose and minerals for diarrhea and vomiting

Splinter forceps

Magnesium sulfate paste


Anti Inflammatory Pomade for bruises

Antihistaminic cream for insects bites

Anti Acidic Medication

Motion sickness medication

Tissue Paper

Sterilized rubber gloves

Instant Cold pack

Instant Hot pack

Flash light


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