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What should I put in my home emergency aid kit?
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Dr. Danny Proffitt
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Several things.
Acetamenophen, ibuprofen, hibiclens, band aids, cotton balls, antibiotic ointment, gauze bandages, gauze 4-4 pads, telfa bandages, paper and adhesive tape, latex free gloves, an ace wrap, popscicle sticks, and perhaps some steri-strip type of closures for minor laceratins.
Perhaps some rubbing alcohol and hydrogen peroxide and a bottle of sterile water. This would be fairly comprehensive.

In brief: Several things.
Acetamenophen, ibuprofen, hibiclens, band aids, cotton balls, antibiotic ointment, gauze bandages, gauze 4-4 pads, telfa bandages, paper and adhesive tape, latex free gloves, an ace wrap, popscicle sticks, and perhaps some steri-strip type of closures for minor laceratins.
Perhaps some rubbing alcohol and hydrogen peroxide and a bottle of sterile water. This would be fairly comprehensive.
Dr. Danny Proffitt
Dr. Danny Proffitt
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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: FIrst Aid Kit
Eyewash, antiseptic towelettes, alcohol pads, soap, hand sanitizer, sting relief pads, burn cream, triple antibiotic ointment, absorbent pad, 5” x 9” triangular bandage, mole skin gauze pads, fabric bandages, plastic bandages, butterfly bandages elastic wrap, finger cots, nitrile gloves cpr mask with gloves, scissors, tweezers, first aid guide, tape.

In brief: FIrst Aid Kit
Eyewash, antiseptic towelettes, alcohol pads, soap, hand sanitizer, sting relief pads, burn cream, triple antibiotic ointment, absorbent pad, 5” x 9” triangular bandage, mole skin gauze pads, fabric bandages, plastic bandages, butterfly bandages elastic wrap, finger cots, nitrile gloves cpr mask with gloves, scissors, tweezers, first aid guide, tape.
Dr. Jack Mutnick
Dr. Jack Mutnick
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