First Aid:Advanced Medications Module by Rescue Essentials

First Aid:Advanced Medications Module by Rescue Essentials

First Aid:Advanced Medications Module by Rescue Essentials


Contents: 24 Packets of 2 tri-buffered aspirin tablets, 24 Packets of 2 acetaminophen 325mg tablets, 24 Packets of 2 ibuprofen 200mg tablets, 24 Indivdually packaged 25mg diphenhydramine tablets, 24 Individually packaged Diamode, anti-diarrheal caplets, 24 Packets of 2 Diotame tablets, 24 Packets of 2 Alcalak tablets, 3 Single Dose Ceralyte packets, 12 Triple Antibiotic unit dose packets, 12 Hydrocortisone 1% unit dose packets, 4 Packets of 2 Lyte ‘N Go tablets. Acetaminophen(Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer)325 mg Analgesic drug for fever and flu symptoms, minor aches and pains, menstrual cramps, toothache and common colds. Compare to Tylenol. Ibuprofen (Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer/Inflammation Reducer)200 mg Non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory analgesic drug for headache, toothache, backache, muscular aches and minor arthritis pain. Comparable to Advil®. Diphenhydramine(Allergic Reactions, Colds, Sleep)25 mg Antihistamine for stings, bites, allergies and cold symptoms. Comparable to Benadryl®. Diamode (Anti-Diarrheal)2 mg Loperamide Hydrochloride. Comparable to Immodium®. Diotame- (Anti-Diarrheal/Anti-Nausea/Upset Stomach) 262 mg Bismuth Subsallcylate May be used prophylactically. Comparable to Pepto-Bismol®. Alamag(Indigestion/Heartburn/Upset Stomach)300 mg Dried Aluminum Hydroxide Gel 150 mg Magnesium Hydroxide tablets. Antacid for treatment of above. Comparable to Maalox®. Ceralyte (Dehydration/Electrolyte Replacement) 10 grams Rice based oral electrolyte salts. For replacement of electrolytes and fluids lost through diarrhea and vomiting. Lyte N Go (Electrolyte Replacement)2 tablets. Chewable electrolyte replacement that needs no water to process. Antibiotic Ointment (Infection Prevention). Hydrocortisone Ointment (Anti-itch) For the temporary relief of itching associated with minor skin irritations and rashes.

$ 55.95

First Aid:Advanced Medications Module by Rescue Essentials

  • An assortment of unit dose meds, electrolytes and topical treatments, in quantities suitable for extended outings, expeditions or larger groups.
  • Contained in separate ziplocks, all in a watertight airtight resealable PVC bag.
  • Contents List below:

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