What should be inside?

– Money

– Documents

– First aid kit

– Water (3-4 liters per day, 5-6 liters in summer)

– Canned food, high-calorie foods

– Personal hygiene products

– Warm clothes, warm blanket

– Radio

– Battery-powered lamp

– Matches, squeakers


Each family member who can carry it should have an emergency kit.

Think ahead of time about where you will be most comfortable putting water in it.

– Individualized medications that you and family members need, taking into account the peculiarities of everyone’s body and the presence of chronic diseases

– Dry and medical alcohol

– Antibiotics

– Antihistamines

– Scissors for cutting the wounded person’s clothes

– Gauze napkins of different sizes and non-sterile gauze bandages

– Antiseptic hand sanitizer, alcohol wipes.

– Plasters of different sizes

– Two pairs of rubber gloves

– Hemostatic agents, tourniquet, hemostatic bandage with a hemostatic agent

– A large piece of cloth that can be used to secure the victim’s limb

– Syringes

– Anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs