How To Pack A Professional Travel First Aid Kit? - American Medical Centers (Almaty)

How To Pack A Professional Travel First Aid Kit?

While travelling, don’t forget about health issues and create your own travel bag for common medical emergencies.  


Your regular basis medications plus extra in case  the return home is delayed.

Acetaminophen, ibuprofen, or aspirin to relieve headaches, pain, fever, and simple sprains or strains.

Antihistamines to relieve allergies 

Antacid medicine

Antinausea or motion sickness medicine 

Antibacterial hand wipes or an alcohol-based hand cleaner  

Bandages of varying sizes;

Elastic wraps to wrap wrist, ankle, knee, and elbow injuries

Antibiotic ointment to prevent infection in cuts, scrapes, and burns

Hydrogen peroxide to clean and disinfect wounds

Disposable, instant-activating cold packs to cool injuries and burns, as well as for use in strains and sprains

Disposable rubber gloves to protect hands and reduce risk of infection when treating wounds

Thermometer to take temperatures in case of illness

Calamine lotion to relieve itching and irritation from insect bites and poison ivy

Hydrocortisone cream to relieve irritation from rashes

Sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher

Aloe gel for sunburns

Insect repellent. Do not use insect repellant on infants 2 months of age or younger.)

Over-the-counter medicine for diarrhea 

Cough and cold medicines


 Make sure children cannot get into the first-aid bag; use child safety caps whenever possible. Check expiration dates and discard medicine that is out-of-date.

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