First aid kit on vacation with a child. What to put?
What to put in a medicine cabinet, going on vacation with a child? This question is especially relevant in the summer. The absence of one or another medication at the right time can seriously ruin the long-awaited vacation. A correctly assembled first-aid kit can save the situation. However, we should not forget that for all drugs listed below, there are contraindications. Consult a specialist and carefully read the instructions for use.
1. Cefecon D (candles with paracetamol).
2. Nurofen syrup (as part of ibuprofen).
3. Panadol syrup (as part of paracetamol).
I advise you to alternate these drugs with each other, thereby reducing the risk of overdose. Antipyretics should be used every 6 hours.
4. No-Shpa. If white fever occurs, when the body temperature rises above 38.5, but your arms and legs are cold, you must give No-Shp along with an antipyretic drug.
1. Tizin, otrivin, nazivin, etc. with nasal congestion.
2. Aquamaris for washing the nose.
3. Grammidin Spray, Tantum Verde and so on. for irrigation of the throat.
4. Lazolvan or Ambrobene – expectorant drugs with a wet cough.
5. Stoptussin for the treatment of dry and wet cough.
6. Viferon candles.
7. The thermometer is electronic.
8. Nasal aspirator (relevant for children under 1 year old).
1. Otipax or polydex earplug.
Stomatitis / teething
1. Dental teething metrogil.
2. Rotokan – an antiseptic for rinsing.
3. Hexoral solution.
1. Tobrex or Vitabact.
Antihistamines (antiallergic) drugs
1. Zirtek or Fenistil drops for children under 3 years old.
2. Claritin tablets for children older than 3 years.
3. Fenistil gel for external use to relieve itching after insect bites or skin allergic reactions.
4. Vibrocil drops in the nose with allergic rhinitis.
Digestive problems or food poisoning
1. Enterosgel – a sorbent for poisoning. Can be replaced with activated carbon.
2. Smecta with diarrhea and bloating.
3. Dufalac is a laxative. The action occurs in 12-24 hours.
4. Microlax is a mild laxative. The action occurs in 5-30 minutes.
5. Imodium tablets. Antidiarrheal drug.
6. Motilium suspension for children under 12 years of age and tablets for children over 12 years of age. Antiemetic drug.
7. Espumisan Baby drops with flatulence.
8. Rehydron to prevent and prevent dehydration during food poisoning.
Bruises, injuries, burns
1. Bandage, plasters, cotton pads, cotton buds.
2. Chlorhexidine or Miramistin – antiseptics for washing and treating wounds.
3. Hydrogen peroxide.
4. Baneocin powder – an antibacterial drug for external use.
5. Bepanten plus with chlorhexidine.
6. Panthenol aerosol for burns.
7. Sponge collagen hemostatic.
8. Heparin ointment to relieve swelling at the site of a bruise, treatment of subcutaneous hematoma.