Camping Survival carries first aid kits for just about every need out there. We highly recommend that everyone keep one in their home and one in each car. Hikers and outdoor vacationers should keep first aid kits in each backpack!|
It is always best to put your first aid kits together yourself. This way, you know what’s in it and know where to find it when you need it. Also, you will need to check it periodically and replace any expired items or simply replenish the bandages that you have been using for the kids. Some of the following first aid kits can be a great start.
In any emergency a family member or you yourself may be cut, burned or suffer other injuries. If you have a basic first aid kit and medical supplies you are better prepared to help your loved ones when they are hurt. Remember, many injuries are not life threatening and do not require immediate medical attention. Knowing how to treat minor injuries can make a difference in an emergency. Consider taking a first aid class, but simply having the following things in your first aid kit can help you stop bleeding, prevent infection and assist in decontamination.
Assemble a first aid kit for your home and one for each car, to include: