Act-o-vial of solu-cortef with prescription label on it
2 alcohol pads
instructions on how to use act-o-vial
small vial of extra cortef
small vial of zofran
my cheat sheet of medical history that has my allergies, medications and surgeries on one page
telephone number of my hubster
all in a small zippered pouch - marked "emergency"
FYI don't leave the meds in the car - they will degrade. And check on the kit periodically - change out the pads, make sure the needle pouch is still intact, the vial is ok, etc.
I also have a medic alert bracelet - it has my medications, emergency contacts including doctors.
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