- Band-aids in a variety of sizes and sizes
- Sterile wound dressings
- Bandages (crepe and elastic)
- Antiseptic fluid
- Eyebath and eye drops
- Adhesive surgical tape
- Safety pins
- 30+ SPF sunscreen
- Insect repellent
- Insect bite lotion (Stingose or calamine lotion)
- Pain relief tablets
- Antihistamine tablets
2. Apply a cold compress or take antihistamines to reduce pain and swelling.
3. If you experience any allergic reaction with bee stings, including rash, hives or swelling of the tongue or throat, seek medical attention immediately.
2. Using tweezers, grasp the tick as close to the skin as possible and pull upwards, removing as much of the tick as possible.
3. Treat the bite area with antiseptic and cover with a bandage.
4. Save the tick – if you experience any unusual rashes or symptoms in the following days, seek medical attention and have the tick tested.
2. Cover with a clean bandage and apply pressure to the area.
3. If the bleeding stops quickly, cover the wound with antiseptic cream and a clean bandage.
4. If the bleeding does not stop, apply additional bandages on top of the original, maintain pressure and elevate the affected area above the heart. Seek medical attention if the bleeding is severe.
2. Remove any unnecessary clothing
3. Drink cool water