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If you have an emergency kit either for yourself or your child where did you get it and how do you like it?
Danny has to have an inhaler, space chamber, 2 epipens, hydroxizine (basically benadryl but stronger), a syringe, and dye free tylenol with him at all times. There are other meds that go with him but those are the emergency ones. Basically I am having a hard time finding something reasonably portable (from one bag or person to another) that is still clearly recognizable as an emergency kit. Any suggestions?
i got a inhaler bag...i cant remember what its called, but its bright red and it comes with inserts in it for instructions...i can fit both inhalers,an epi pen, benadryl and a couple more things in mine.
I got it at walmart, it was in the pharmacy section and was on sale for $16canadian, but i saw them the other day for $11 on clearance.
We have several emergency boxes. One in our vehicles, at school, etc... They have her epipen, emergency meds, formula, extra g-tube, gtube extension, syringes (5,10, 30 and 60 ml), bottle of water, gauze, glucometer and test strips, alcohol pads, bandaids, rolled gauze, mepilex, ambu bag, and a few other things like masks, central line supplies, etc...