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Your first aid toolkit should include: Two pairs of sterile gloves (avoid latex if your family has latex allergies) Sterile dressings to stop bleeding; Soap and antibiotic towelettes to disinfect; Antibiotic ointment to prevent infection; Burn ointment to prevent infection; Adhesive bandages in various sizes. 1 23 First Aid Kit Essentials Every Mom Needs To Have; 2 Where Do I Keep The First Aid Kit Essentials? 3 When Am I supposed to Restock it? 4 23 First Aid Kit Essentials Every Mom Needs To Have; 5 First Aid Kit Container/Box; 6 Adhesive and Ace Bandages; 7 Hand Sanitizer; 8 Alcohol Wipes; 9 Ibuprofen and Tylenol; 10 Sterile Gauze; 11 Numbing Spray; 12 Adhesive Tape. This doesn’t mean you have to operate a small hospital, but here are 10 first aid items that every mom should have.
Prescription medication If your child has recurring allergies or asthma attacks that require a prescription, you need to be prepared. Must-Have Basics Antibiotic Ointment: While many believe that hydrogen peroxide is needed to clean out cuts, simply having triple Band-Aids or Non-adherent Pads: These should be applied over an open wound to prevent foreign debris from entering and Tweezers: In the event a foreign materia. Non-latex gloves (2 pairs) Hydrocortisone ointment (2 packets) Breathing barrier (1) Emergency blanket (1) Gathering all of these supplies can be intimidating especially when some of these words may seem foreign. A great tip for gathering all of these supplies is to order in bulk. Home kit contents: A household first aid kit should include these 16 items.
Adhesive tape. Anesthetic spray ( Bactine) or lotion ( Calamine, Campho-Phenique) for itching rashes and insect bites. 4″ x 4″ sterile gauze pads for covering and cleaning wounds, as a soft eye patch.
A typical first aid kit provides only the bare minimum of supplies that a well-equipped home should have when it comes to health and medicine. After giving this a good deal of thought, here are 23 additional medical supplies you should have on hand. Some will be easy to acquire, while others may take more effort. The five most important items for any first aid kit are: Bandages and dressings –a few adhesive bandages and gauze dressings to cover wounds. Antibiotic cream – check the expiration date.
Scissors to cut dressings, clothing, rope, seatbelts and more. When things get backed up, head straight for the LaVie Lactation Massager, the first-ever milk expression aid. It uses gentle vibrations to loosen plugged ducts and get your milk flowing again.
Moms love: LaVie Lactation Massager, $35, Amazon.com. First aid kits come in varying sizes, and some are bare bones while others, like this nurse’s first aid kit, cover every emergency imaginable— mine falls somewhere in between. In addition to all the well known, typical first aid items, there are six items I highly recommend to everyone creating a first aid kit.
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