Pedia-Pak™ is a premium pediatric first aid kit specifically designed for use with infants and children up to 5 years of age. It is a must have for parents that travel!
Going beyond other child first aid kits, Pedia-Pak equips parents and other caregivers for a wide range of common childhood situations — not just for emergencies. The carefully chosen contents anticipate cold symptoms, fevers, diaper rash, allergic reactions, scrapes, bruises, headaches, and many other medical situations that are common to babies and young children.
In addition to the peace of mind knowing you have what you need for an emergency, you can say goodbye to those late night visits to the drugstore! This comprehensive yet go-anywhere child first aid kit was developed by a nurse and mother in cooperation with a leading pediatrician. With everything in an easy to hand-off bag, you can be confident that everyone who takes care of your child is prepared.
More that just a first aid kit, Pedia-Pak comes complete with over-the-counter medications that will save moms and dads from late night trips to the drugstore. In addition to the confidence of brand names that parents trust, including Childrens Tylenol and Childrens Motrin, these medications come in great tasting flavors that kids enjoy. Only the highest quality first aid supplies and instruments are included in the Pedia-Pak child first aid kit, with the expectation that Pedia-Pak will serve a family for many years.
Pedia-Pak also contains t he practical first aid book, Emergency Medical Treatment: Infants, Children, Adults, authored by Dr. Stephen Vogel, M.D. and David Manhoff. This helpful book gives you step-by-step, illustrated instructions show parents, grandparents, and babysitters exactly what to do in an emergency. This well-researched and practical tabbed book has sold more than 2,000,000 copies.
Pedia-Pak Kit List of Contents
Pedia-Pak consists of a compact, multi-compartment, durable medical carrying bag containing the following first aid supplies and medications appropriate for treating most common childhood problems:
|Pain and Fever Medication
- Tylenol Childrens suspension
(1 oz bottle)
- Motrin Childrens suspension
(1 oz bottle)
||Gastro Intestinal Medication
- Electrolyte mix (to make electrolyte fluid) (2 packets)
|Allergy / Cough and Cold Medication
- Q-dryl liquid diphenhydramine — generic Benadryl
(4 oz bottle)
||Ointments and Creams
- Hydrocortisone cream 1% (6 packets)
- Triple antibiotic ointment (6 packets)
- Triple Paste for problem diaper rashes (1 tube)
- Aloe Vera gel for sunburn and scalds (0.75 oz tube)
- Band-Aids, 3/4" x 3" (10)
- Band-Aids, 1" x 3" (10)
- Adhesive tape, 1/2" (1 roll)
- Nonsterile gauze roll, 2" (1)
- Sting relief pads (2)
- 3" x 3" Telfa non-stick pad (1)
- 4" x 4" sterile gauze dressings (3)
- Elastic Ace-type bandage, 3" (1)
- Alcohol wipes (6)
- Povidone iodine (betadine) swabstick (1)
- Povidone iodine (betadine) pads (2)
- Hand sanitizer wipes (6)
- Flexible digital thermometer for both oral and rectal use (1)
- Metal tweezers, 3" needle nose (l)
- Scissors, 5" metal bandage scissors (1)
- Instant cold pack (1)
- Medicine dropper, 5 ml (1)
- Latex-free disposable gloves large size (2 pairs)
- "Easy Grip" tick remover (1)
- Tick identification card
|Booklets and Cards
- Car Safety Seats: A Guide for Families (2004)
- American Academy of Pediatrics Booklet on Choking Prevention and Treatment
Emergency Medical Treatment: Infants, Children, Adults by David Manhoff and Stephen Vogel, M.D.
Pedia-Pak includes a copy of the highly acclaimed first aid book, Emergency Medical Treatment: Infants, Children, Adults by David Manhoff and Stephen Vogel, M.D.
Written for the untrained for use during an emergency, this handbook is divided into infant, children and adult emergencies. Quick-to-find tabs down the side enable you to find answers quickly. Simple, easy to read and follow, step-by-step illustrated instructions show parents or other caregivers (grandparents, baby sitters) exactly what to do to keep an infant, child, or adult alive while waiting for paramedics to arrive.
Emergency Medical Treatment has been featured in Redbook, Child, Parenting, American Baby, Working Mother, Baby Talk, and PTA Today. With more than 2,000,000 copies sold, this first aid book has become the first place to look when there’s no time to lose.
Accidents are the leading killers of children in the United States. Drowning. Choking. Burns. The most common, life-threatening medical emergencies your family might encounter. Even if youve never been trained, this handbook shows and tells you exactly what to do until paramedics arrive. Simple, illustrated, step-by-step instructions follows current basic life support guidelines established by the American Heart Association.
This essential first aid book covers:
- not breathing
- no pulse
- vomiting and diarrhea
- high fevers
- eye injuries
- heat and cold related illnesses
- head, neck and back injuries
- broken bones
- heart attack and other serious illnesses.