Survival Medication top 5 Items To Keep In Your Bag

By James Barton โ€ข  Updated: 02/15/18 โ€ข  4 min read

You need to have the right supplies in order to be able to survive when a SHTF situation occurs. It’s especially important that you have all the survival medication items you could possibly need ready in advance.

Top 5 Survival Medical Items

1. Survival First Aid Kit

One of the things that you need to have is a survival first aid kit. If you get one like the Ever Ready First Aid Fully Stocked First Responder Kit, you’ll have what you need for emergencies together in a handy bag.

What’s also great about this bag is that it’s roomy enough for it to be customized with any other medical supplies you might want to add. In the first aid survival  kit, you get a stethoscope and a blood pressure machine.

You also get a CPR mask and face shield. It also has a foil baby bunting. This is needed to help keep a newborn warm. You’ll get bandages for wounds as well as dressings for burns.

There are plenty of alcohol pads and material to address traumas. Plus, you get a splint, a tourniquet, gloves, scissors and a seat belt cutter. The bag is sturdy and has a waterproof bottom.

“When there’s an emergency and you’re in the middle of a bad situation, you can’t count on help coming your way. For those times when you’ll have to depend on your own skills, you’re going to want to know exactly what to do.”

2.The Survival Medicine Handbook

A book like The Survival Medicine Handbook: A Guide for When Help is Not on the Way is a guide that can help lead you through how to handle any emergency situation.

The book covers a variety of medical as well as dental issues and teaches you how you can be prepared to handle whatever happens. You’ll learn how to treat infections and injuries and even how to handle ongoing medical problems. You’ll learn about antibiotics and how to administer them as well as other survival medication.

3. QuikClot

You’ll want to make sure that you have an Adventure Medical Kits Tactical Field Trauma with QuikClot Kit, because losing too much blood can lead to a life threatening situation.

QuikClot is a material that can help the body clot so that the bleeding slows and stops. In the kit, you get an assortment of bandage sizes ranging from 1″x 3″ up to a 3″ x 4″.

You also get butterfly closures. The kit includes gloves, hand wipes, trauma pads, safety pins and forceps. You’ll also get survival medication like aspirin and ibuprofen as well as antihistamine medication and after bite medicine.

4. Dental Medic Kit

When you have to take care of a tooth emergency, you’ll need something like a Dental Medic Kit. This kit holds the mixture to repair a cavity, cotton rolls and pellets, toothpicks, dental floss and one bag of natural pekoe tea. There’s also medicine to dull the pain of a tooth emergency. The kit also has instructions to help guide you through the situation.

5. Disaster Dog Evacuation and First Aid Kit.

When you bug out, you’ll be taking along your faithful pets. Just like humans, they also need to have a bug out bag ready to go. You can find a good one with Dog Deluxe Bug Out Bag Survival and Disaster Dog Evacuation and First Aid Kit.

This bag contains water, food, a pet first aid kit and even toys. Plus, you’ll get a food and water dish as well as a collar and leash. You’ll also receive bags to clean up after your dog’s waste. A light stick and signal whistle come with the kit, too.

James Barton

James Barton

Hi, I'm James. I am the founder and main editor for The Survival Corps. I have been a part of the survival and prepping community since my mid 30's as I downsized and started to prepare to be self sufficient in a time of crisis.