first aid kit

Include the following in your First Aid Kit:

  • Sterile gauze
  • Adhesive tape
  • Adhesive bandage in several sizes
  • Elastic bandage
  • Tetmosal soap
  • Band-aid strip
  • Antiseptic solution e.g. Savlon
  • Cotton
  • Tweezers
  • Sharp scissors
  • Soframycin Cream
  • Alcohol wipes or ethyl alcohol
  • Thermometer
  • Plastic gloves
  • Flashlight with extra batteries
  • List of emergency phone numbers[family physician, Nearest trauma center/ Govt. Emergency center, Ambulance, etc]
  • Diclofenac Gel [popular brand name – Voveran/Volini gel or spray]
  • Loperamide[popular brand name-LOPAMIDE 2MG]
  • Probiotics: FLORA SB Sachet or DAROLAC Forte Powder sachet and FLORA BC Dry Syp(60 ML)
  • Acetaminophen or paracetamol 500mg tab ; Paracetamol 250mg suspension
  • Composition of (Ibu+Para) Suspension (per 5ml contains: Ibuprofen 100mg + Paracetamol 162.5mg] or  Tab [Ibuprofen 200mg + Paracetamol 325mg]
  • Drotaverine 40/80mg tab
  • Doses: Adult: 40-80mg Tid; Child: 1-6yr : 20mg 3-4 times daily;  >6yr: 40mg TID.
  • Diclofenac 50mg tab or Nimesulide 100mg tab : 
  • Cetirizine10mg tab or Levocetrizine 5mg tab [These medicine may cause sleepliness]
  • Silversulphadiazine gel : [popular brand name- Silverex 10gm gel]
  • Anti bacterial cream : [popular brand name- Soframycin 1% cream]
  • Anti Angina : Isosorbide Dinitrate 5mg [Sorbitrate sublingual tab]
  • For Asthma-Breathing difficulties: Combination of Etophyline 77mg + Theophyline 23mg tab[popular brand name- Deriphyline tab]
  • Anti Spasmodic for dysmenorrhoea: mefenamic acid + dicyclomine hydrochloride tab [popular brand name-Meftal spas tab]
  • Mouth ulcer gel– [popular brand name-Smyle gel]
  • Bacterial diarrhoea : Antibacterial(Ofloxacin 200mg tab) + (Ornidazole 500mg) : [popular brand name- Zenflox OZ tab/suspension or Oflox OZ tab/ O2 suspension]
  • Anti Emetic: Domperidone 10mg tab [popular brand name-Domstal tab/Suspension/Baby Drop or Dom DT tab]


[doses as per and]




[The information at this site is not a suitable for medical advice. Always consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medicine.]