Medications & Treatments
(6) Aspirin tablets, (6) Ibuprofen tablets, (6) Extra-strength non-aspirin tablets, (14) Alcohol cleansing pads, (15) BZK antiseptic towelettes, (6) Antibiotic ointment packs, (2) First aid cream packs, (3) Insect sting relief pads, (1) Burn relief pack, 3.5 gm.
Bandages & Dressings
(75) 3/4″x3″ Adhesive plastic bandages, (20) 3/4″x3″ Fabric bandages, (30) 1″x3″ Adhesive plastic bandages, (10) 1″x3″ Fabric bandages, (4) Knuckle fabric bandages, (4) Fingertip fabric bandages, (2) 2″x4″ Elbow & knee plastic bandages, (50) 3/8″x1-1/2″ Junior plastic bandages, (1) 1-1/2″x1-1/2″ Patch plastic bandage, (3) Butterfly wound closures, (1) 2″ Conforming gauze roll bandage, (6) 2″x2″ Gauze dressing pads, (4) 3″x3″ Gauze dressing pads, (2) 4″x4″ Gauze dressing pads, (1) 5″x9″ Trauma pad, (1) Sterile eye pad.
Tools & Supplies
(2) 6″x11/16″ Finger splint, (2) 1/2″x5 yd. First aid tape roll, (2) Exam quality vinyl gloves, (1) First aid guide, (1) Emergency blanket, (3) 2″x2″ Moleskin squares, (10) 3″ Cotton tipped applicators, (1) 4″x5″ Instant cold compress, (1) one time use Thermometer, (1) 4-1/2″ nickel plated Scissors, (1) 4″ plastic Tweezers.
“Bought two of these for each car, okay car kit for minor items, I would suggest for more serious things, car accident, outdoor excursions etc, sports you improve this kit with some more gauze only has one small pack as well as something like a quick clot sponge. Its has all the band aids you will ever need as well as many basics, and a good kit for the price. The reason I gave it 3 stars is because in both kits I got they did not have all 299 pieces listed, specifically it was missing some of the larger bandages and pads, it would have 2 or 3 when it should have had 6 according to the list on the packaging. This happen on 4-5 things in each kit, I think there just not putting them in, as they were missing the same amount on both kits ordered about 2 weeks apart. Sum it up good kit for the price can’t build it for the cost, and somethings is always better then nothing, but could use a little more stuff for serious injury.”
“I bought this kit for my work desk. I’m pretty much the go-to girl for medical needs, and I don’t count on the receptionist staff to keep the company’s own hard first-aid kit well-stocked. This is kit is inexpensive enough that I don’t mind sharing when something is needed.
There are a few things of my own that I added, nothing expensive, but to round out the kit. I share what I added to help anyone out w/ setting up their “ideal” kit, because no matter how good a kit is that you buy, inevitably something is lacking. Everything I added is easily found OTC. I added a packet of Dayquil (for allergies & colds coming on), a small box of anti-diarrheal medicine, 2 Naproxen Sodium pills (pain relief), a digital thermometer, a tube of Orajel (tooth/gum/mouth pain), a packet of Pepto-Bismol chewables (gas, bloating, acid reflux, etc.), a large waterproof adhesive bandage & an Ace wrap.
This is the kit I chose to buy for my grandmother, my aunt & uncle & my best friend, as well- that is how helpful & great I think that the kit is. For very little money spent, I have piece of mind that people I love will also have a lot of important first-aid pieces (which would cost far more if bought separately) readily available to them now. You can’t put a price on peace of mind, knowing that what’s needed in an emergency (or even just for a minor cut or burn) is readily at hand.
Below is a complete listing of what’s in this first-aid kit:
*6 – Ibuprofen tablets
*6 – Extra-strength non-aspirin tablets
*6 – Aspirin tablets
*3 – Insect sting relief pads
*6 – Antibiotic ointment packs
*14 – Alcohol cleansing pads
*15 – Antiseptic cleansing wipes (sting free)
*2 – First aid/burn cream packs
*1 – Burn relief pack
*75 – Plastic bandages, 3/4″ x 3″
*20 – Fabric bandages, 3/4″ x 3″
*30 – Plastic bandages, 1″ x 3″
*10 – Fabric bandages, 1″ x 3″
*2 – Elbow & knee plastic bandages, 2″ x 4″
*50 – Junior plastic bandages, 3/8″ x 1 1/2″
*4 – Knuckle fabric bandages
*4 – Fingertip fabric bandages
*1 – Patch bandage, 1 1/2″ x 1 1/2″
*1 – Instant cold compress
*1 – Emergency blanket, 38″ x 60″
*3 – Moleskin squares, 2″ x 2″ (blister prevention)
*3 – Butterfly wound closures
*2 – Finger splints, 6″ x 3/4″
*2 – First aid tape rolls, 1/2″ x 5 yd.
*1 – Trauma pad, 5″ x 9″
*1 – Sterile eye pad
*6 – Gauze dressing pads, 2″ x 2″
*4 – Gauze dressing pads, 3″ x 3″
*2 – Gauze dressing pads, 4″ x 4″
*1 – Conforming gauze roll bandage, 2″
*1 – American Medical Association First Aid Guide
*1 – Thermometer, one time use
*2 – Latex-free exam quality vinyl gloves
*1 – Scissors
*1 – Tweezers, plastic
*10 – Cotton-tipped applicators, 3″
*1 – Durable clear-pocket softpack.”