I had my FAK out to check everything over for missing contents, expiry dates, damaged packaging etc so I figured I'm post a few pics. Well, quite a lot actually. This thread is photo heavy so be aware if you're on mobile that it might take a while. This is my grab and go kit. It has a couple of everything for if i need to grab a kit quickly or if I'm going somewhere for a couple of days. I have a much more comprehensive one at home for everyday use. It's a Conder rip-away EMT Pouch in red. Attached to the outside is a generic Molle pouch Attached the the outside is a pair of shears and a cheap headtorch The headtorch is attached with a karabiner under the flap is such a way that a sharp tug will free it but it's not come loose on it's own (yet). The shears are just tucked in the velcro panel on the back. If I'm putting it in a bag then I run the strap through the handle to secure them. The black pouch holds stuff I need quickly A tournequet, CPR face shield and 3 pairs of gloves, 2 large and one small, each individually wrapped in pairs. I carry different sizes of gloves because I have usually small hands so can't feel anything through the large but small are too small for other people. It doesn't show very clearly but each baggie is labelled and the large ones are blue whereas the smalls are purple. Inside is 3 sections. The things I'm likely to need most urgently are on top so there's no digging around. The left hand section: is loosely 'bleeding' \ 1 - 6" Isreali Bandage 1 - Haribo 2 - Large gloves Micropore Tape Zinc Oxide Tape 10 - Gauze Swabs depackaged to save space. If I'm using this kit, I'm not working in a sterile environment and clean is enough 5 - Sterile Swabs. It doesn't hurt to have sterile ones though 1 - Burnshield Assorted dressings 1 - Sterile Scalpel 2 - Button Torches, to complement the headlamp The middle section is more about sprains 1 - Hand Sanitiser, attached to a stretchy thing so it can't get lost. 1 - 1.5" Conforming Bandage 4 - Alcohol Wipes, for sterilising hands and tools 2 pair - Small Gloves 1 - Triangular Bandage 6 - Wound Wipes Paper Pen/torch 1 - Crepe Bandage 6 pairs Gloves, 3 Large, 3 Small 1 - Conforming Bandage. 1 - Mini Sharpie. I'm not sure why it's not in the photo. I probably used it and forgot to put it in the picture but it is in the kit The end mesh section holds everything else. Boo Boo Kit Dental Kit Mylar Blanket Lighter 3 - Lollipops, for kids (and the odd adult) Pill Bottle with OTC pills Antihistamine and Antiseptic creams sealed in straws Fine Tweezers Blunt Tweezers 5 ml Saline Scissors Inside the Boo Boo Kit is The contents are written on masking tape on the outside so no one has to rummage through it looking for something that isn't here. 2 - Burn Gel 8 - Steri Strips 6 - Wound Wipes 4 - Alcohol Wipes Assorted Plasters. The wipes are duplicated elsewhere but I like to keep my boo boo kit separate Dental Kit 2 pairs Gloves, 1 Large, 1 Small. There aren't labelled because no one is going to be doing dental work on me while I'm unconscious. Floss with the cutter tucked inside in Orajel 2 Sticks Sugarfree Gum Dental Tools and Mirror Dental Cement Mixing Tray Instructions Toothbrush and Toothpaste This kit is designed to get me through 2/3 days with a broken tooth until I can see a dentist, not a permanent repair. The floss and toothbrush is because sometimes you get stuff stuck between your teeth and it really hurts. Gum makes a great temporary filling for a couple of hours, to stop sharp edges cutting your mouth. Pill Fob and Creams The pill fob contains 1 dose each of Paracetamol Ibuprofen Antihistamine Buscopan Aspirin The creams aren't measured as accurately but I've found they tend to be enough. I don't use the aspirin as a painkiller but rather in case of a heart attack. An overview of everything: Except for the Mylar Blanket, which I forgot The reason I carrry so few meds is that in my pocket is a pill bottle with OTC meds as well as my prescription I've found the colour coded tin foil works great. There's a key in the lid for if other people use it. The pills in the baggie are my prescription ones. I don't colour code them because other people aren't going to be using them. In my EDC bag I also carry 5 days worth of my prescription meds in a little case Do you guys have any feedback? Anything major I've overlooked? I only carry things I'm trained to use so I don't have chest seals, OPA/NPA, anything like that. I live in a foirly urban area so this kit is designed to keep someone stable for 15 minutes or so until an ambulance can get here. The red electrical tape is so I don't get confused as to what belongs in which kit when I'm overhauling all of them at the same time. I discovered that was necessary after opening up one and discovering 3 identical pairs of tweezers. The scalped is new. Previously I carried a scalpel blade without a handle but I discovered it's hard to use safely while wearing gloves with blood on them so I upgraded to a disposable one but I've not had to use it. Thankfully I only had to use a scalpel blade once and it was on myself, to remove some metal that had got under the skin and it would have done more damage trying to pull it out with tweezers.