It's not complete, as no prepper kit ever is. I figure that if things really go down in an hand-basket, the one kind of thing that you can't (or don't want to) salvage from scrap is medical supplies.
I approach medical care with a 3 tiered system. All medical components are vacuum sealed (or just sealed) to keep them clean and fresh (just like me). The separate tiers are designed to build on each other so that I am not duplicating supplies (with a few minor exceptions of high use commodities such as bandaids, bug sting kits, etc). No need for a knife ace bandage in each one, just strap them all together. All I'm missing for Tier 3 is a proper bag that I can use which will allow me to pick it up and go, strap it and go, or unstrap it and leave it at camp/base. Additionally, I have two completely identical sets of kits. One for travel, one for home or base.
These kits are intended to be lean and light because running all day with a lot of weight sucks balls.
Tier 1: I got an oopsie.
This tier is your standard first aid kid that is in literally anyone's home. Scrapes, bug stings, minor cuts, pain relievers, x-acto knife.
Tier 2: You mean someone is seriously hurt and needs some help now?
This is a bit more serious. It's strapped to the Tier 1 kit but includes blister pads, tweezers, celox, bandages of all sizes, bandana, and so on. This is pretty much a well stocked first aid kit in anyone's home.
Tier 3: OMFG. Jim, he's dying.
This is the inventory you're looking at here. Lacking is anything like anti-biotics and so on. And without further ado:
INCH Trauma & Toiletries Inventory
2 HyFin Vent – Chest Seal with Vent
1 Israeli Bandage
1 Pocket Duct Tape (better than pocket sand!)
1 Celox Plunger w/ Celox (blood clotting agent)
2 packages celox blood clotting agent
1 RATS tourniquet
1 Ace bandage
4 Sensi-wrap self adhesive bandage rolls
1 Pair pantyhose (need to look sexy for the squirrels)
64 Baby wipes
1 Snipping shears
1 Irrigation syringe
10 Small Safety pins
5 vials bug sting relief
3 sting kill wipes
1 Packet Colgate Peroxyl mouth sore rinse (w/ hydrogen peroxide)
100 Yards fishing line, 12 pound
2 Tubes chapstick (1 spf 4, 1 spf 12)
14 Iodide tabs (anti-radiation)
1 Pair fine metal tweezers
10 Double edge safety razor blades
43.7 Yards Floss
1 Foldable Toothbrush
10 yards Tranpore Clear 1 inch medical tape
5 Sterile gauze bandage rolls
1 medium hemostat
1 large hemostat
5 sterile scalpals (ind. Wrapped)
1 ounce Bacitracin Zinc Ointment (for burns)
1 ounce antifungal cream
5 ounces Carrington Antifungal cream (take care of your piggies)
1 ounce Hydrocortisone cream
3 ounces sunscreen spf 110
1 Emergency dental kit
3 0.75 ounce toothpaste
100 220 mg Aleve
1 instant cold compress
2 suture kits with needle
15 Steristrips skin closures
29 Sterile Gauze Pads
46 Iodide Prep Pads
90 Alcohol Prep pads
6 BZK Towelletes
4 tubes super glue
11 antibiotic ointments