First Aid Box
A first aid kit is a collection of supplies and equipment for use in giving first aid, and can be pu

11. First aid and safety
Keeping your child safe is your top priority. Learn how to protect your child inside the house and out, what to do in an emergency, how to stock a first aid kit, where to call for help, and more.

12. Pain Management Items
Depending on you condition, pain can be a debilitating and even deadly thing if it causes you to lose hope or give up. Having a way to treat and manage pain, as well as decrease inflammation, is an important part of every emergency medical kit.
Aspirin, Tylenol or Ibuprofen
Codeine or some type of pain killer
Chemical Ice Bags

13. Dealing with Allergies
"Even if you dont think you have allergies, there are certain things that can still cause an allergic reaction. In some cases, especially in people who have food allergies, allergens can cause life threatening anaphylaxis reactions that need to be treated immediately.
Antihistamine Benadryl, otherwise known by its generic name Diphenhydramine HCl, is one of the best antihistamines on the market and is something that should be part of everyones kit.
Antihistamine creams
EpiPen or Epinephrine For those with a life threatening allergy, having an EpiPen with you at all times is essential. They can help stop an anaphylaxis reaction and buy you time until medical help arrives."

14. Sterile pad
For more cushioning you can use a sterile pad and hold it in place with sticky tape. You could also use any clean, non fluffy material, like a cloth scarf.

15. Sterile wound dressing
A sterile wound dressing is a sterile pad attached to a bandage. These are for larger wounds to apply pressure to help stop bleeding and are quick and easy to put on in an emergency.

16. Roller bandages
Roller bandages are long thin bandages rolled up. Use a roller bandage to support joint injuries, hold dressings in place, put pressure on wounds to stop bleeding, and to reduce swelling.

17. Triangular bandages
Triangular bandages are large triangular shaped pieces of cloth. You can fold a triangular bandage to use as either a bandage or sling, or, if sterile, as a dressing for large wounds and burns.

18. Disposable gloves
Using disposable gloves reduces the risk of infection between you and someone youre helping. If they’re available, always wear gloves whenever you dress wounds or deal with any body fluids or waste.

19. Face shields or pocket masks
These are designed to prevent infection when you give rescue breaths.

20. Tweezers
Tweezers are an important tool to have in any first aid kit regardless of how basic your kit is. Tweezers can be used to remove debris such as glass, dirt or splinters from a wound and can also be used to remove stingers left behind by bees.

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