What to take with you. Medication

The list of medicines for my travels was compiled by my doctor and friend. Fortunately, nothing has come in handy for me yet, but it is advisable to have with you:

1) Epinephrine 0.1% (1.8%)

1 amp. 1 ml.

It is administered subcutaneously for anaphylactic (allergic) shock, an attack of bronchial asthma, cardiac arrest, 0.5 ml each.

2) Dexamethazone

2 amp. 1 ml.

It is administered intramuscularly (or intravenously) for various states of shock (anaphylactic, traumatic, painful), severe allergic reactions, shortness of breath, suffocation caused by allergies.

3) Nalbuphin

1 ml, 1 amp.

Strong pain reliever. It is administered intramuscularly (or intravenously) for severe pain, traumatic shock. Causes drowsiness, lethargy.

4) Analgin 50% 2ml and Diphenhydramine 1% 1, 1 amp each.

Introduced intramuscularly for pain, fever with various infections.

5) Nifuroxazidum

100 mg, 1 pack

2 tablets 4 times a day after meals, for intestinal infections, diarrhea. 3-5 days

6) Loratadine

10 mg, 5 tablets.

1 tablet 1 time per day for allergic reactions, allergic dermatitis.

7) Nimesulide

100 mg, 4-6 sachets.

1 powder up to 2 times a day, with moderate pains of various origins (headache, muscle pain, sore throat, joints, etc.), when the temperature rises above 38C as an antipyretic.

8) Chloramphenicol

500 mg, 10 tablets

1 tablet 4 times a day for intestinal infections (including typhoid fever, dysentery, salmonellosis), meningococcal infection, urinary and biliary tract infections.

9) Levofloxacin

500 mg, 10 tablets

1 tablet 1 time per day for wound infection, sore throat, pneumonia, sinusitis, purulent skin infection. 5-7 days.

10) Activated charcoal

250 mg, 10 tablets

1-2 tablets 4 times a day in case of poisoning, intoxication, toxic infections.

11) Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)

500 mg 1 pack

1 tablet 1-2 times a day for viral infections, hypothermia, heavy physical exertion.

12) Bandage wide, 10 cm * 5m.

For dressing wounds, using as a tourniquet for bleeding, for fixing a splint in case of fractures, filtering water from large particles.

13) Octenisept

1 bottle (50 ml).

For treating the skin with wounds, purulent or fungal skin infections. Rinse the throat, mouth (diluted with water 1: 4), rinse the nose (diluted 1: 6).

14) A pair of syringes

2 ml and preferably 1 5 ml, so that there is something to inject.

Plus, you can always use a needle and syringe to pierce the corn and draw out the liquid from there, you can also remove the splinter with a needle.