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If you take anything from a kit, you must check to see if it needs restocking.
Restock from a larger first aid kit, the base camp first aid kit or the chemists.
The camp and plaster kits should be located at each camp.
The mini rescue kits should be kept where people store their caving kit.
Legal disclaimer: All drugs are made available for people to take. They should not be 'given' to any one else.
Heart Attack: Asprin
Paracetamol and Votarol severe pain
Vomiting: Rehydration salts, Domperidone
Paracetamol: Take 1-2 500mg tablets every 4hours. No more than 8 tablets in a 24 hour period
Ibuprofen: Do not take with asprin, voltrol, on an empty stomach or if pregnant. Only for asthmatics that have taken it before without a problem. Try to avoid if you have a stomach ulcer. Take 1-2 400mg tablets every 4 hours. No more than 6 in and 24 hour period.
Voltarol: Do not take with ibuprofen or asprin, if pregnant or if you have a stomach ulcer. Avoid if nauseous after head injury or if level of consiousness decreased. Only for asthmatics that have taken it before without a problem. Take 1 50mg tablet upto 3 times a day, preferably at meal times.
Rehydration Salts: Unless otherwise instructed, mix with one litre of clean water and sip slowly.
Loperamide: Take two capsule initially (swallowed whole with water) and additional tablets after every period of diarrhoea for upto five days. Take no more than 8in a 24 hour period. For use with debilitating diarrhoea.
Zirtec allergy relief: Take one 10mg tablet with water. Do not use if pregnant or you have kidney problems or an allergy to antihistamines.
Domperidone 1-2 10mg tablets every 4-8 hours. No more than 8 in any 24 hour period. When vomiting prevents moving the patient or there is significant risk of dehydration.
Asprin Do not take with ibuprofen or voltarol or decreased level of consiousness or stomach ulcers. Avoid if nauseus after head injury. For suspected heart attacks. Take one tablet.
|Camp kits||Plaster kit||Mini-rescue||Personal Kits|
|Start of expo||Minimum||Start of expo||Minimum||Minimum|
|PPE, Scissors and pencil and paper|
|16||8||4||6||1||Pairs of nitrile gloves|
|1||1||1||1||1||Sharp or sharp/blunt scissors|
|40||20||1 pack||1 pack||5 x 5 cm sterile swabs|
|30||15||10||10||10||alchol free wipes|
|5||2||Non - adhesive 10 x 10 cm dressing|
|5||2||3||2||2||Big water proof plasters|
|5||2||3||2||2||Small water proof plasters|
|5||2||3||2||2||Knuckle water proof plasters|
|5||2||3||2||2||Big hypoallergenic plasters|
|5||2||3||2||2||Small hypoallergenic plasters|
|5||2||3||2||2||Knuckle hypoallergenic plasters|
|4||2||1||2||Large dressing (no. 9)|
|2||2||2||#4 ambulance dressing|
|2||2||#3/2 Ambulance dressing and bandage|
|2||1||10 x 10cm adhesive dressing|
|1||1||1||1||2.5cm zinc oxide tape|
|3||2||1||1||pack of sutures|
|Sprains, strains, breaks and dressing retention|
|2||1||1||1||7cm roller bandage|
|1||1||Set of tubigrips sizes A-G|
|Drugs see notes on use|
|2||Back up lights|