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A first aid kit is on every “dorm essentials” list and we recommend packing your own for a college-bound kid rather than buying a pre-made one off the shelf. This list, from a pharmacist and. What to Pack in a First Aid Kit for a College Student. First, figure out what it is you need to pack. Start with the basics that your teen can use for a cut, scrape, or minor burn. First Aid.
a master list of first aid kit items. You or your responsible young son or daughter — will need to check the kit’s contents periodically for replenishing. Next, add supplies to your box, and label it “FIRST AID.” Then, attach an index card to the inside lid. Since I won’t be there to kiss any boo-boos when my daughter leaves to college this fall, I thought I would put together a little first aid kit for her. Okay, I admit, I haven’t kissed any boo-boos.
The best first aid kit (especially one for a college dorm room) should have just the amount of supplies needed for a very small crisis and not look like the one used at a camp site 5 miles on foot from help. Decongestant Nasal spray. 30 ml. spray. Emergen-C. Immune +. 4 packs.
Meclizine single dose packs. 5 packs. Rehydration kit. 1 pack. Antibiotic ointment.
The prepper grandmother that I am, of course, thinks she needs a first aid kit to take to school in the fall. I want her to have a few things she doesn’t have to run to the store to get if she happens to get a fever, cut, burn or a bad cough. I have the FREE printable college first aid kit. A good first aid kit never substitutes for a sympathetic parent, but when your student is on his own, he will be grateful if he has the necessary tools to help himself. Put together a first aid kit to send to college with your student.
Consider something huggable and fun – a small stuffed animal, a cozy pillow or warm blanket. Wrap items in the local comics, or use comics as fillers in the box. Your student will enjoy the wrapping as well as the contents. Mail your package early in the week so that it won’t sit in the mailroom over the weekend. First Aid Kit.
This is something that most people don’t think about. It gives your student some band-aids and other things they may need. I do this because I’m contributing to the safety of the student. Sticky notes.
These are more than necessary in college.
List of related literature:
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|from Rick Steves Europe Through the Back Door: The Travel Skills Handbook|
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|from Every Little Thing in the World|
|from CDC Yellow Book 2020: Health Information for International Travel|
|from Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety: The body, health care, management and policy, tools and approaches|
|from Manual of School Health E-Book: A Handbook for School Nurses, Educators, and Health Professionals|
|from Stagecraft Fundamentals: A Guide and Reference for Theatrical Production|
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|from deWit’s Medical-Surgical Nursing E-Book: Concepts & Practice|