Always BE PREPARED to Handle Anything - #OneRule



Be Ready for Anything

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Kit Essentials

  • List of emergency phone numbers, including local poison control, family docs, and your pharmacist
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  • First-aid book, such as the American Red Cross's color-codedFirst Aid and Emergency Preparedness: A Quick Reference(about at your local Red Cross chapter; check the white pages for phone number)
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  • Digital thermometer
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  • Ace bandages (one small, one large), for sprains
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  • Chemical cold pack that chills when bent (available for less than at first-aid supply stores and Web sites)
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  • Adhesive bandages, assorted sizes
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  • Gel bandages, such as Band-Aid Blister Block
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  • Gauze pads, roll of gauze, and waterproof tape
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  • Two or three triangular bandages or large, clean bandannas, to use as slings
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  • Three large safety pins, to attach slings to shirts
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  • Pain reliever, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen
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  • Calamine lotion, for soothing bug bites and rashes
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  • Disinfectant, such as alcohol
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  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Wipes or no-rinse antibacterial cleaner, such as Purell
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  • Antihistamine tablets or liquid, such as Benadryl, for allergic reactions
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  • Hydrocortisone cream, for rashes
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  • Compact Mylar blanket (less than from first-aid suppliers), to warm someone who's wet or in shock
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  • 8-ounce bottle of water, for taking medication or cleaning cuts
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  • Disposable gloves (choose vinyl if you are, or think you might be, allergic to latex)
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  • Tweezers
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  • Penknife or scissors, for cutting bandages and clothing
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  • Small flashlight and batteries
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  • Safety glasses (less than from first-aid suppliers), which can keep blood out of your eyes in case the person you're treating is bleeding heavily
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  • Activated charcoal, to use in case of poisoning--but only after calling and getting the okay from poison control
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  • Disposable, protective CPR mask (a lifesaving bargain at less than from first-aid suppliers)
  • Special Items

    To customize, add:
  • 2-day to 1-week supply of any medications you and yours take regularly; quantity depends on how likely you are to be stranded by a natural disaster. Ask your doc for free individually wrapped samples.





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