It takes a certain time for an ambulance to call and arrive, and this time is not short for people who are injured and in urgent need of treatment. If you are injured or sick, but find that the medical team can't arrive immediately, you can only bite the bullet and act as a temporary doctor.
The threshold for becoming a "doctor" is not low. You can start by preparing a medical first aid kit. Here are some key items that are indispensable in the first aid kit.
A bandage is a multi-purpose tool in the first aid kit. It can be used to bandage all parts of the body to stop bleeding, fix the injured arm, etc., instead of tape to fix the dressing. In view of its size and firmness, it can also be used for some non-medical functions.
Drugs in outdoor medical kits are often overlooked, but they are very important. If you have drugs on your body, you can immediately relieve pain. The situation is quite different.
What medicines are prepared? Anti-inflammatory analgesics (such as ibuprofen and Tylenol), antiallergic drugs (such as diphenhydramine and loratadine), gastrointestinal drugs (such as montmorillonite), infectious drugs (such as ciprofloxacin) and alcohol cotton. If you or your family take medicine for a long time, you should keep the extra amount in the first aid kit.
For smaller wounds, try to prepare as much as possible. As long as the sealed package is not damaged, the adhesive bandage will basically not expire. However, most adhesive bandage seals are just two pieces of paper, and a sealing layer that is not easily damaged can be added to keep the adhesive bandage sterile. Remember: clean the wound before dressing.