Travel first aid:


bandages and dressings. Having these items means that if you have to be treated by a doctor or a dentist you know that they will be operating with surgically sterile needles, syringes and scalpels. We should keep pain killers especially for travel kit, scissors, medicines, bandages etc. In travel almost many people vomit as with diarrhea, the important point is to replace lost fluids. Frequent small drinks, if possible using ones that contain salt and sugar, are preferred. While traveling we should carry extra water.
Packing the kit:
An adequate supply of any medications routinely taken by any member of the party, all correctly labeled. Beware restrictions in some countries about what medicines can be brought in. Check with your travel agent. If worried get letters from your doctor confirming the drugs prescribed.
First-aid items. A supply of plasters, wound dressings, antiseptic creams and an elastic bandage for sprains.
Water-sterilizations tablets.
Sun creams and protection
Always be ready for all potential emergencies at home, in the car, outdoors or on the water. From cuts and stings to minor aches and pains, this kit prepares you for those small everyday emergencies.
The kit includes:
Extra-strength non-aspirin tablets
1.Antibiotic ointment packs
2. Antiseptic cleansing wipes
Travel kit includes:
adhesive bandages
first aid antibacterial cream
waterless antibacterial hand sanitizer
aspirin or non-aspirin pain reliever
anti-nausea medication
anti-diarrhea medication
antacid tablets
seasickness remedy
prescription medications
All the items should be in unbreakable containers with tight fitting lids. Accidents, injuries, and emergencies happen to everyone, eventually. Properly preparing for these instances is all-important. The advantage of making your own kit is that you can specialize it according to your needs, and it generally will cost you less money to assemble your own. Purchase travel first aid kits with any additional supplies like you or you family might need. We should include a plastic bag with a mild solution of soap and water, along with paper towels for a quick and inexpensive way to wash sticky hands

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