First Aid Kit

03/18/07

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January


Container

Band-Aids - different sizes

Antiseptic cream
 

February:


First Aid book (the Red Cross has a 4" x 6" available for $5.00)

Gauze pads

Roll of surgical tape

Instant Cold Compress (available at 00 Cent Only Store for $.99) 
 

March:

 
Finger Splint

Ace bandages (several sizes)
 

April:


Butterfly closures (to hold skin together on smaller cuts)

Moleskin roll (to help in preventing blisters)
 

May:


Splints

Calamine lotion or other anti-itch cream

Sunblock
 

June:


 


Triangular Bandages (can be homemade)

Eye wash cup

Consecrated Oil (This is a good idea for everyone, even if there is no priesthood holder in the home.  It is possible that a priesthood holder could be available, but be without oil.)
 

July:


Tweezers &/or Pointed tweezers

Bottle 100 Tylenol
 

August:


Bottle of One-A-Day Vitamins

Cough Suppressant

Benedryl
 

September:


Lip Balm

Anti-Diarrhea Medication

Pepto-Bismol Tablets

Maalox (or ex-lax or equivalent)
 

October:


EMT Shears

Disposable Gloves

Thermometer

Safety pins (assorted sizes)
 

November  


Sudafed (or equivalent)

Pre-moistened towelettes
 

     
     

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