refills for first aid kits

Refills of non-aspirin
Ammonia Inhalant
First Aid Refills
First Aid Refills and more
Packet refills for your first aid kit and bugout bags

Even the most extensive first aid kits will eventually have missing
supplies because of everyday use. Restock kits in your home,
vehicles and bugout bags with refill packets. Here's how to
restock your first aid kit...

How to restock your first aid kit
Never run out of the Neosporin (triple antibiotic) again! Like the
package says, use it for every cut, every time. Of course if you're
allergic to Neomycin, use Polysporin (double antibiotic ointment).

Some supplies in your first aid kits, such as the antibiotic cream
seem to run out faster than others. That's when it's handy to
restock with refills. You'll find plenty of places to stash your extra
supplies, such as your purse or wallet, the medicine cabinet, the
first aid kits in your vehicles, the bugout bags, the get home bag
and the office.

You know where to get the bandages, but what about the burn
cream? Get packet refills for your first aid kit by shopping Amazon!

Refill Supply #1: Anti- diarrheal.

  • Pepto Bismol Caplets. Pepto Bismol is the top pharmacist
    recommended Brand for five-symptom digestive relief:
    heartburn, indigestion, nausea, upset stomach, and diarrhea.
    Pictured right, it relieves: travelers diarrhea, diarrhea, upset
    stomach due to overindulgence in food and drink, including:
    Heartburn, indigestion, nausea, gas, belching, fullness. Even
    the individual packets come in the familiar pink box.

Refill Supply #2: Wound Care, topical antibiotics and
antiseptics
The little alcohol towelettes are among the first to go! It's a good
idea to stock your first aid kits with Topical Antiseptic packets.

  • Antiseptic /Germicide prep pads (by Dynarex). Intended
    or antiseptic skin preparation, venipuncture, IV starts, renal
    dialysis, pre-op prepping and other minor invasive
    procedures, the Povidone-Iodine Prep Pads by Dynarex are
    ideal for preppers. Each pad is saturated with 10% povidone
    iodine solution and you get 100 per box.

  • Antiseptic towelettes (by Dynarex). Antiseptic towelettes
    are important for cleaning and disinfecting cuts and scrapes.
    It prevents skin infections. Also good for perineal, maternity
    care and clean catch kits, the antiseptic towellets are
    saturated with benzalkonium chloride solution. Alcohol free,
    these towelettes will not sting. Foil-packed, single-use
    packets, towelette measures 5 inch by 7 inch, you get 100
    towelettes per box.

  • Sterile Alcohol Prep Pads (Dynarex) Latex free and sterile
    alcohol prep pads, pictured immediate right in a green box,
    come in a box with 200 packets. These sterile alcohol prep
    pads are saturated with 70 percent isopropyl alcohol.

  • Benzalkonium Chloride Towelettes Alcohol-free. Non-toxic
    and non-irritating. Provides bactericidal and cleansing action
    for both hospital and personal use. Gentle enough to use
    everyday. Latex-free

  • Neosporin /Polysporin: You can never have too many
    NeoSporin or Polysporin tubes on hand, and they too, always
    seem to disappear with use, which is why the single-use
    packets are so convenient.

  • Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packet (compare to Neosporin):
    Contains 25 First Aid Antibiotic ointment packets to help
    prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns.

  • Burn cream (box of 25 packets): Burn cream comes in 9-
    gram packets. It contains benzalkonium chloride 0.13 percent
    and liocaine HCL 0.9 percent to help prevent infection.
    Provides. temporary relief from the pain of minor cuts,
    scrapes and burns.

  • Wound Seal. Pictured right, Wound Seal Powder stops
    bleeding instantly. QR does not wait for the body's clotting
    process to take place. QR Powder does not burn the skin and
    does not cauterize. QR Powder is non-toxic and is not
    biologically derived. QR Powder immediately forms an instant
    and flexible scab that may protect against infection and
    allows the body to heal the wound on its own.

Refill Supply #3: Fever and Pain Relievers.

  • Ibuprofin (Advil). The everyday pain reliever, the Advil
    packet contains 50 doses of ibuprofin (each packet has 2
    tablets).

  • Medifirst Ibuprofen Tablets (compare to Advil).

  • Acemetiphen (Tylenol): Contains acetaminophen, not
    aspirin.

  • Aspirin (Bayer). Genuine Bayer Aspirin Tablets, you two
    aspirin per packet 50 packets in the box. Bayer is the name
    you trust for pain relief and prevention: headache, muscular
    aches, minor pain of arthritis, toothache, backache, mentstra
    cramps, and help for the common cold. Temporarily reduces
    fever.


  • Hydrocortisone Anti-Itch Cream Packets. Pictured
    immediate right, the Hydrocortisone anti-itch cream box
    contains 12 single-use tamper evident foil Hydrocortisone
    Anti-Itch packets. Perfect for standalone first aid or as a
    refill for a kit.

Refill Supply #4: Pain and Fever Relief.

  • Thermometers (disposable). The idea behind a disposable
    thermometer is that they never break, there is no germ
    transfer,  the battery never goes dead, and you can have
    several in your first aid kits. Just don't leave them in your car
    on a hot summer day.  In a pandemic, having disposable
    thermometers could be a lifesaver (the single use prevents
    germ transfer). Pictured right, are 10 disposable stick
    thermometers.

  • Pac-Kit first aid thermometers, pictured right,

  • Tempa-Dot Also, pictured right are Tempa-dot, single use
    thermometers, which are flown on board all NASA Space
    shuttles. Tempa-dot are soft, flexible, nontoxic
    thermometers ideal for oral and axillary use.  Designed for
    one-time use, these disposable thermometers accurately
    assess infant, pediatric and adult temperatures in 60
    seconds, while also addressing the risk of patient cross-
    infection. Temperature is in degrees Fahrenheit. A box of 100
    is around $15.

Refill Supply #5: Ammonia Inhalant (works like
smelling salts).
What? You have no ammonia Inhalant? Ammonia inhalant
probably isn't part of your
larger first aid kit, but it should! These
work like smelling salts to revive.

Refill Supply #6: Personal Emergencies.

  • Sinus relief.

  • Allergy Relief (Claritin). Non-drowsy allergy tablets for relief
    of sneezing, runny nose, and itchy throat. Provides relief
    from hay fever and other respiratory allergies.

  • NeilMed Sinus Relief. For Nasal irritation from occupational
    dust, fumes, animal dander, grass, pollen, smoke, smog and
    house dirt, try NeilMed Sinus Relief, pictured below. The box
    of 100 Regular Premixed Packets of NeilMed Sinus Relief is
    pH Balanced Sodium Chloride and sodium bicarbonate
    mixture (USP grade, natural ingredients, isotonic,
    preservative free and iodine free).

Happy endings...
Make it a priority to keep tabs on your inventory and stock the
refills every time you shop Amazon. (Add first aid kit refills to
your shopping cart to ensure you get free shipping.) And while
you're at it, consider adding to your kit some supplies you may
have overlooked, like ammonia inhalant and burn cream. You can
divide the boxes of refills into your bugout bags, get home bags,
car and home first aid kits.

    1. Antidiahrreal
    2. Wound care
    3. Upper respiratory infections.
    4. Pain and fever.
    5. Flu and pandemic
    6. Dental emergencies
    7. Personal emergencies

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