I suppose technically this isn't EDC but it is always either by my bed or in my car. I have a lot of health problems and sometimes I have to go in urgently and don't have time to pack so this bag is always nearby. It has everything I need to see me through a couple of days in hospital. If I'm in longer than that, I'll send a family member to pick things up. It's in a sling bag that I was given for free. I have one pair of PJ's (yes, I have Iron Man PJ's. Yes I'm an adult.) One change of clothes for when they finally let me out 5 days meds, in original packaging. Included in there is a recent prescription, a breakdown of what I take and when, all my various hospital numbers and my NHS number. Basic hygiene kit. Even if I can't shower, I can do a bits and pits and feel a little better. A multitude of snacks, condiments and coffee. A bunch of miscellaneous items. The headphones, notebook and charger are fairly self-explanatory I think. I have £20 total, 15 in cash and the other 5 in change for coffee, parking, stuff like that. The FAK is because I don't want to bother a nurse for a plaster and I have allergies to some tapes and dressings. This way I can provide my own. They don't always let me but I try. I have a scar on my side from a reaction to a dressing that's worse that the surgical scar it was covering. I'm just curious as to if any of you have a similar set-up and what you have in yours?