First-aid kit for children
Unfortunately, children sometimes get sick on holiday. In southern holiday countries, for example, they often get “Montezuma’s revenge”, the travel diarrhoea. With our tips for travel first-aid kits you and your children are guaranteed to get through your holiday well.
The first-aid kit should contain everything necessary for the first treatment of your child. Pack on time and sufficiently – one third more than probably needed – medicines, which your child will need also in the vacation constantly. Before your holiday, check the expiry date of all medications. If you are travelling to tropical regions, you should avoid suppositories and e.g. use juice, as the suppositories melt in the packaging at high ambient temperatures. Medications must be protected from sunlight, transported and stored dry and cool. Therefore they should not be placed in the glove compartment, on the back seat or on top of the car in the trunk.