1. Elastic gauzes (Band-Aid* or Coverlet*) in arranged sizes (strip, knuckle, and wide); material with glue is best
  1. Adhesive strips for wound conclusion (Steri-Strip* or Cover-Strip II*), arranged sizes, fortified [plain or impregnated with an antimicrobial] or versatile
  1. 3″x 3″ or 4″ x 4″ sterile bandage cushions in bundles of 2 to 5, (for example, Nu-Gauze* profoundly spongy)
  1. 5″ x 9″ or 8″ x 10″ sterile bandage (“injury”) cushions (bundles of 2 to 5)
  1. Nonstick sterile wraps (Telfa*), arranged sizes (used to cover scraped spots)
  1. 1″, 2″, 3″, and 4″ moved adjusting dressing (C-wrap* or Elastomull*)
  1. 1″ x 10 yds (9.1 m) moved fabric sticky tape
  1. 1″ x 10 yds (9.1 m) moved paper or silk (hypoallergenic) sticky tape
  1. 1″ x 10 yds (9.1 m) moved waterproof sticky tape
  1. Safe Skin by Kimberly Clark* (4 1/8 in x 3/8 in)
  1. Moleskin Plus* (4 1/8 in x 3/8 in)
  1. Spenco second Skin* (1.5″ x 2″, 3″ x 4″, 3″ x 6.5″) and Spenco* Adhesive Knit Bandage (3″ x 5″)
  1. Tegaderm* straightforward injury dressing (likewise comes in blend with a Steri-Strip in a Wound Closure System)
  1. Liquid cleanser
  1. Sterile dispensable surgical clean brush
  1. Sterile cotton-tipped swabs or instruments, 2 for every bundle
  1. Tincture of benzoin, jug or swabsticks
  1. Povidone iodine 10% arrangement (Betadine), 1 oz bottle or swabsticks
  1. Antiseptic towelettes

Supporting and Sling Material

  1. Cravat material (triangular gauze)
  1. 2″, 3″, and 4″ flexible wrap (Ace*)
  1. 4″ x 36″ SAM Splints (2)
  1. Aluminum finger supports

Eye Medications and Dressings

  1. Prepackaged individual clean oval eye cushions
  2. Prepackaged eye gauzes (Coverlet Eye Occlusor*)
  1. Metal or plastic eye shield
  1. Sterile eyewash, 1 oz (30 ml)
  1. Contact lens remo

Dental Supplies

Spare A-Tooth Emergency Tooth Preserving System

Topical Skin Preparations

  1. Bacitracin, mupirocin, or bacitracin-neomycin polymyxin B sulfate salve
  1. Insect anti-agents containing DEET
  1. Sunscreen moisturizer or cream (SPF 15 or 30)
  1. Lip ointment or sunscreen
  1. Sunblock

Nonprescription Medications

  1. Ibuprofen, 200 mg tablets
  1. Acetaminophen, 325 mg tablets
  1. Antacid
  1. Decongestant, (for example, oxymetazoline) nasal spray (to treat a nosebleed that doesn’t react to basic pressure)
  1. Glutose (fluid glucose) glue tube (to treat a hypoglycemic – low glucose – response)

Doctor prescribed Medications

  1. Metered-measurement bronchodilator (albuterol) (to treat an asthma attack)
  1. Space meter
  1. Peak-stream meter

Allergy Kit

  1. EpiPen Auto-Injector [0.3 mg] and EpiPen Jr. Auto-Injector [0.15 mg]) or hypersensitivity pack with injectable epinephrine (Ana-Kit)
  1. Diphenhydramine (Benadryl), 25 mg cases

Other equipment and supplies might be accessible at the venue, however are not more often than not transported with a young athletic group, unless there are extraordinary circumstances. These incorporate such things as expansive braces to suit significant breaks, (for example, of the thigh), stretcher, and AED (automated external defibrillator).

*Brand names are appeared to demonstrate agent items, not to show that these are the main items that might be utilized. Quality, accessibility, expense, and inclination will impact which particular items you pick.