• Here's a good start: (1) Scissors (1) Tweezers (2) Medium safety pins (10) Cotton tipped applicators (2) Exam quality vinyl gloves (26) 3/4" x 3" Adhesive plastic bandages (10) 3/8" x 1-1/2" Junior adhesive plastic bandages (2) Knuckle fabric bandages (2) Fingertip fabric bandages (2) 2" x 4" Elbow & knee plastic bandages (4) 2" x 2" Gauze dressing pads (2) 4" x 4" Gauze dressing pads (1) 5" x 9" Trauma pad (1) 2" x 4.1 yd. Conforming gauze roll bandage (1) Sterile eye pad (1) 4" x 5" Instant cold compress (3) Butterfly wound closures (2) 2" x 2" Premium grade moleskin (1) 1/2" x 5 yd. First aid tape roll (1) 6" x 3/4" Finger splint (6) Antiseptic cleansing wipes (12) Alcohol cleansing pads (3) Castile soap towelettes (3) Insect sting relief pads (3) Antibiotic ointment packs (1) Burn relief gel pack (1) Sunscreen pack (1) Lip ointment pack (4) Ibuprofen tablets (4) Aspirin tablets (4) Extra-strength non-aspirin tablets There are many economical kits available on the market as well.
  • In addition to the relevant advice above... One should consider what the possible hazards and threats to the camper are before packing a first aid kit. One should also bear in mind what purpose a first aid kit serves. Sun screen (for example) is not a first aid item since it does not serve any purpose following and illness or injury (first aid). Every first aid kit will be different depending on the users requirements and the environment in to which it is to be taken (I would gladly throw out all my dressings in place of a sterile syringe and needle set if I were to go to africa). Always consider the simple before the complicated as simple items serve far more purposes than specific equipment. Finally. A well trained first-aider is far more valuable than any kit. The individual can be more resourceful and inventive than any dressing or wound closure strip ever can be. So: Get yourself in the know before you go.
  • A bottle of antiseptic, a strong pain killer or analgesic, antacid tablets,burn treatment,and lotion for skin poisoning! a rolls of sterile cotton and sterile gauze some sharp stainless scissors to work the size right,and a good first aid book for those that aren't sure what to do when they need to know already!
  • Hotel reservations. (Sorry.)
  • See for one list.
  • * 2 rolls 1" roller gauze * 1 roll hypo-allergenic adhesive tape * 1 pkg moleskin (for blisters or sores on feet) * 12 regular and 6 small non-latex bandaids * 1 small pair scissors * 4 small and 4 large safety pins * 1 medium sized tensor bandage * 2 triangular bandages * 4 non-stick telfa pads (2x2" or 3x3") * 1 small container with baking soda (labelled) * pencil and paper * 3 quarters * 2 pairs non-latex disposable gloves * 1 medium Ziploc bag (to store used bandages, etc) * 1 mouthpiece/mouth shield for breathing emergencies * 1 solar blanket (folded) * waterproof matches * 2 packages of sugar in sealed plastic bag * 2 packages of salt in sealed plastic bag * tweezers * 2 needles * 2 sanitary napkins * small bottle of hydrogen peroxide (labelled) * small bottle of calamine lotion (labelled) * Cotton balls * handy wipes (individual packages) * alcohol wipes (individual packages) * candle * fire starter * dental floss * whistle * St. John's Ambulance pocket emergency first aid booklet

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