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Here is my list. Wondering what you guys have....

The "section" is where it is located in my kit bag.


Ace Bandage Wrap (Section 6)
Advil (Section 4)
Alcohol (Section 12)
Alcohol Pad (Section 12)
Antiseptic Swabs (Section 12)
Aspirin (Section 4)
Band-Aids (Section 5)
Benadryl (Section 4)
Betadine (Section 12)
Bite/Sting Relief (Section 5)
Burn Gel (Section 4)
Butterfly Closure (Section 5)
Chest Seals (Section 7)
Cold Pack (Section 7)
CPR Mask (Section 5)
Decompress Needle (Section 7)
Dental Repair Kit (Section 8)
Duct Tape (Section 6)
Emergency Blanket (Section 4)
Emergency Dressing (Section 7)
Eye Loup (Section 7)
Eye Patch (Section 1)
Eye Wash (Section 6)
First Aid Guide (Section 1)
Gauze Pads (Section 2)
Glucose Gel (Section 11)
Gloves Nitrile (Section 9)
Hand Sanitizer (Section 7)
Hydrogen Peroxide (Section 12)
Imodium (Section 4)
Irrigation Syringe (Section 8)
Lighter (Section 8)
Lip Balm (Section 12)
Liquid Skin (Section 5)
Mole Skin (Section 7)
Neosporin (Section 5)
Note Pad (Section 3)
NPA (Section 7)
OPA (Section 7)
Otoscope & Tips (Section 1)
Pain Medicine (Section 4)
PBT Gauze Bandage (Section 1)
Pen Pupil Light (Section 3)
Pepto Tablets (Section 4)
Phenergan (Section 4)
Q-Tips (Section 11)
Quick Clot (Section 12)
Safety Pins (Section 8)
SAM Splint (Section 1)
Scalpel (Section 7)
Scissors (Section 3)
Sharpie Pen (Section 3)
Skin Stapler (Section 7)
Sterile Sponge (Section 2)
Super Glue (Section 5)
Surgical Kit (Section 8)
Surgical Mask (Section 7)
Sutures (Section 7)
Tampons (Section 1)
Tape (Section 9)
Thermometer (Section 11)
Tongue Depressors (Section 11)
Tourniquet (Section 10)
Tracheotomy Tubes (Section 7)
Triangle Bandages (Section 11)
Tylenol (Section 4)
Water (H2o) (Section 12)
 

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Wow, I'm impressed, that's complete. Is a friend or relative a nurse, EMT or doctor? If it's a kit, tell us which one?
 

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Wow, I'm impressed, that's complete. Is a friend or relative a nurse, EMT or doctor? If it's a kit, tell us which one?
It is based on past first responder training and knowledge. I used the 12 Survivors Roll first aid kit as a base to put the entire kit together. I built it piece by piece gathering stuff over time from home, what was in my other kits, etc.

That was the other reason I posted the list to help others figure out what they might want to put into a kit. It is a boo-boo and level 2 kit in one. It can handle basic stuff to major trauma. I shot, hunt, camp, firearms instructor, prepper, etc so I am a firm believer in having the gear to survive a situation. You never know when a bad situation could happen.

Also keep in mind even if you don't know how to use all the gear you may find yourself in a situation where someone else does but they might not have their gear with them. Seen a few accidents where a nurse, doctor, etc is on scene and have no gear to help.
 

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I just got one of these https://mymedic.us/collections/first-aid-kits/products/myfak-firstaidkit?variant=18324325315 for Christmas and mounted it up on the side of my Springtail M-Pac basket in the back. Perfect fit and a comprehensive kit put together by medical professionals and outdoor enthusiasts. It's definitely a slick little unit.

I bought the premium and the contents are as follows:

[1] R.A.T.S. Tourniquet® | Rapid Application Tourniquet System®

[1] Celox® | Granules | 2 gram

[1] Celox® | Granules | 15 gram

[2] Liquid Skin® | 5 gram

[1] Emergency Israeli Bandage | 4 in.

[1] Gauze Roll | 3 in. x 12.3 ft.

[4] Gauze Pad | 2 in. x 2 in.

[4] Gauze Pad | 4 in. x 4 in.

[4] Non-Adherent Gauze | Telfa | 3 in. x 4 in.

[3] Secure Strips | 0.25 in. x 3 in.

[2] Curad® Performance Series Antibacterial Bandage | 2 in. x 4 in.

[2] Curad® Performance Series Antibacterial Knuckle Bandage | 1.5 in. x 3 in.

[2] Curad® Performance Series Antibacterial Fingertip Bandage | 1.75 in. x 2 in.

[2] Curad® Performance Series Antibacterial Knee & Elbow Bandage | 3 in. x 3 in.

[4] Curad® Performance Series Antibacterial Bandages | 1 in. x 3.25 in.

[2] Burn Jel®

[1] WaterJel Burn Dressing | 4 in. x 4 in.

[1] CPR Shield

[1] Fox Seal | Chest Seal

[1] Nasal Airway + Lube | 28 French

[1] Acti-Splint | Finger

[1] Triangular Bandage | Woven

[1] Elastic Bandage | Velcro | 2 in. x 5 ft.

[1] Vaseline

[2] Sunscreen

[2] Lip Guard | Chapstick

[2] BZK Wipes | Antiseptic

[2] Alcohol Prep Pads | Large

[2] Medicaine® | Sting + Bite

[2] Oral Pain Relief | Generic Orajel

[2] P.A.W.S.® | Hand Sanitizing Wipes

[2] Povidone Wipes | Antiseptic

[2] Triple Antibiotic | Generic Neosporin®

[2] Hydrocortisone Cream | Skin Irritations + Allergies

[2] SALJET® Bullet | 30 ml | Sterile Saline Topical Solution

[1] Ammonia Inhalant | Ampules

[1] Benadryl® | Allergies | 25 mg x2

[1] Bayer® Aspirin | Pain + Fever + Headache | 325 mg x2

[2] Medi-Lyte® | Electrolyte Replacement

[2] Pepto-Bismol® | Upset Stomach | Antacid

[2] DayQuil® | Severe Cold + Flu

[2] Tylenol® Extra Strength | Headache + Fever + Pain | 500 mg x2

[2] Dramamine® | Motion Sickness | 50 mg x2

[3] Advil® | Pain + Fever + Inflammation | 200 mg x2

[2] Oral I.V.®

[1] Survival Rescue Blanket

[1] Rescue Whistle

[1] Lightstick

[1] Atwood 550 Paracord | 7 Strand | 20 ft.

[1] Pen Light

[1] EMT Shears | 7.25 in.

[1] Thermometer | Digital

[1] Needle Puller | Stainless

[2] Moleskin | Blister Protection

[2] Nitrile Gloves | Large | Black

[1] Suture | 3-0 | Non-Absorbable

[1] Suture | 5-0 | Non-Absorbable

[1] Scalpel Handle | No. 3

[2] Scalpel Blade | No. 10

[2] Scalpel Blade | No. 11

[1] Tweezers | Stainless + Non-Magnetic

[1] Waterproof Tape | 1 in. x 2.5 yds.

[1] Surgical Scissors | Stainless | 4.25 in.

[1] MyFAK bag
 

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That truly is an impressive list, it would be great to see some photos of how you have all that organized in your kit bag. I found that a first aid kit is only effective if is usable in an emergency situation, when in everything is accessible "at a glance". Sadly mines not so good, its in a molle bag in the passenger side rear compartment and to be effective a lot has to be dumped out.
 

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That truly is an impressive list, it would be great to see some photos of how you have all that organized in your kit bag. I found that a first aid kit is only effective if is usable in an emergency situation, when in everything is accessible "at a glance". Sadly mines not so good, its in a molle bag in the passenger side rear compartment and to be effective a lot has to be dumped out.
I have it all organized in the 12 Survivors Roll up kit. Below is the videos I did about it.


https://youtu.be/7SVYTS555mo
 

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@CurbCrawler, I bought the FAK from MyMedic. The regular content bag is $99.95 and the premium content bag is $169.95. They have others as well depending on your needs. Try the link I posted again. It takes me right to the page and they're listed as in stock right now.
 

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I started with a kit from chinook medical in a pelican that I bought with left over FSA funds one year and built it out as needed.

MEDICAL INFORMATION
(1) Emergency First Aid Pocket Guide

PERSONAL PROTECTION
(1) Biohazard Waste Bag
(1) Hand Sanitizer, 1 oz.
(1) Rescue Mask, Soft Case
(12) Personal Antimicrobial Wipe
(1) Emergency/Survival Blanket
(4) N95 Mask
(8) Nitrile Glove
(4) Sterile Ortho surgical gloves (size 7.5)
(1) 8oz povidone iodine solution

BLEEDING
(1) SWAT-T Tourniquet
(1) QuikClot, 25 g
(2) Trauma Bandage, 4"
(2) Compressed Gauze


WOUND / BLISTER / BURN
(1) CoFlex LF2, 2" x 5 yd.
(6) Trauma Pad, 5" x 9"
(1) Burn Dressing, 4" x 4"
(3) Burn Jel, 3.5 g
(1) 30 Band-Aid, 6 Knuckle, 6 Moleskin
(1) Cloth Tape, 1" x 10 yd.
(12) Antiseptic Towelettes
(2) Benzoin Swabsticks
(2) Oval Eye Pad
(2) Petroleum Gauze, 3" x 9"
(2) Povidone-Iodine, 22 mL
(2) Wound Closure Strips, 0.25" x 4"
(6) Cotton Tipped Applicator, 6"
(6) Sterile Gauze Pad, 4" x 4"

IMMOBILIZATION
(1) Disposable Cold Pack
(1) Disposable Heat Pack
(1) Elastic Bandage Wrap, 4" x 4.5 yd.
(1) Splint, Orange, 4.25" x 36"
(2) Triangular Bandage


MEDICATION
(1) Dentemp
(1) Eye Wash, 4 oz.
(2) Glucose, 15 g
(12) Acetaminophen, 2/pk (Analgesic)
(12) Aspirin, 2/pk (Analgesic)
(12) Diamode, 1/pk (Anti-diarrheal)
(12) Diotame, 2/pk (Stomach)
(12) Diphen, 1/pk (Antihistamine)
(12) Ibuprofen, 2/pk (Anti-inflammatory)
(6) Hydrocortisone 1% Creme, 1.5 g
(6) Triple Antibiotic Ointment, 0.9 g
(2) Hydration Powder
(2) Oral Rehydration Salts
(1) Insect Bite Treatment
(2) Oxycodone 5/325 in individual ED dispensary packs


INSTRUMENTS

(4) assorted silk and poly sutures
(1) scalpel handle w/ #10 and #15 blades
(1) stethoscope
(1) bp cuff
(?) assorted 3/5/10ml syringes with various gauge needles
(1) pulse oximeter
(1) Catheter Tip, 18G
(1) Digital Thermometer
(1) EMT Shears, 7.25"
(1) Irrigation Syringe, 20 mL Luer Lock Tip
(1) Tweezers
(3) Safety Pins, 2"
(1) AAA streamlight
(1) Flat Duct Tape, 1.89" x 2 yd.

Outside the FAK there is a super small pelican case for things like meds that need temp controlled storage. I keep that in my fridge/cooler.

 

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I used to have 1 big fancy bag with all kinds of stuff in it.

Recently I split the big bag into 2 smaller ones.
1 bag geared towards every day cuts, bumps, blisters, bites and lumps.
2nd bag is geared more for trauma.

Every day bag is orange and the trauma bag is red.
 

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I have a bag with 5 internal removable pouches divided into Trauma, Dressings/Fastenings, First Aid, Travel Meds and Canine Specific. Mounted to the passenger headrest behind the driver on a quick release grab. Also carry a StiffNeck and a Sam Splint.
 
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