There are a lot of ready-made first aid boxes that you can buy, but they can lose some of the small things that you may need or you can add some extras of your own so instead of costing to bring a ready-made box, here are some of the priorities that must be included in the first aid kit:
1. Choose a small box that is light in weight, easy to transport and, in your opinion, suffices for everything you need and should be as waterproof as possible so that you can take it on trips outside the house
2. Make sure that the box contains the primary medical equipment in appropriate numbers and sizes, including gauze and bandages. It should also contain antiseptic, medical bandages, adhesive bandages, antihistamines, gloves, antibiotic ointment, anti-burn ointment, anti-allergic ointment, scissors, tweezers, and antipyretic such as aspirin.
3. The box must contain some medicines for special diseases such as allergies and some medicines that represent any emergency for the family that were prescribed by the doctor
4. You must divide the first aid box into two parts. The first includes all the basic medical tools, including bandages and ointments, and the second includes medicines for the family.