- Antidiarrheal medication (for example, bismuth subsalicylate, loperamide)
- Decongestant, alone or in combination with antihistamine.
- Anti-motion sickness medication.
- Medicine for pain or fever (such as acetaminophen, aspirin, or ibuprofen)
- Mild laxative.
- Cough suppressant/expectorant.
- Cough drops.
Also to know is, what you need for first aid kit?
The following are important items to have in your Family Health First Aid Kit: Sterile adhesive bandages in assorted sizes - for simple cuts or abrasions. Sterile roller bandages (2" and 3"), at least 3 rolls - to lend support to sprained or sore muscles. Cotton-tipped swabs.
What do you put in a small first aid kit?
If it needs to be flat and relatively small:
- Alcohol wipes.
- Gauze pads.
- A flat pad of athletic tape*.
- One or a couple small packs of Benadryl.
- Antibiotic ointment (the small, flat packs of stuff like Neosporin).
- One or a couple small packs of Aspirin or Ibuprofen and/or Tylenol**.
What items should be in first aid kit?
A basic first aid kit may contain:
- plasters in a variety of different sizes and shapes.
- small, medium and large sterile gauze dressings.
- at least 2 sterile eye dressings.
- triangular bandages.
- crêpe rolled bandages.
- safety pins.
- disposable sterile gloves.