BOO-BOO BOX - Child's First Aid Kit
by My Precious Kid®

Item # 03-404 Medibuddy First Aid Kit for Kids  - MADE IN THE USA!
Medibuddy First Aid Kits


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I take this little personal sized child's first aid kit with me where ever I go. At the zoo if has tended many skinned knees. In the glove box it is available when I need it. My children carry one in their back pack to school and after school activities. It is the perfect size to take along on all your outing. I take this little personal sized child's first aid kit with me where ever I go. At the zoo if has tended many skinned knees. In the glove box it is available when I need it. My children carry one in their back pack to school and after school activities. This innovative, and conveniently sized, first aid kit is perfect for a mom on-the-go.

CUSTOMER COMMENT: How many of you have a first aid kit that is filled with all the necessities required for an unplanned injury while you are out and about? Me4kidz (Medical Emergencies For Kids) has designed a great variety of reasonably priced first aid kits (including one for pets). All products are made exclusively in the USA and all the plastic used is 100% recycled. The Medibuddy contains 40 pieces of quality first aid items. The Medibuddy is very convenient to carry around. Just the other day I saw a bee at the park and was wondering what I could do if the bee stung a little kid. This would have been a great little kit to have in my stroller and would be a great item to take-along anywhere. This little kit really has everything you need for minor first aid and it is all latex-free.


10 Tips - For Family Emergencies

When it comes to your health and the health of your family, it is essential to be ready for the unexpected. Emergencies can happen anytime or anywhere. The following 10 tips can help you be better prepared.

  1. Keep a first aid kit in your home and car. See our First Aid Kit - What You Need Health Fact. First Aid kits are like insurance: glad you have it when you need it.

  2. If you or a family member has a chronic or life-threatening condition, wear an identification bracelet with detailed medical information about the condition. Have a first aid kit for your condition close by.

  3. Keep at least a day's supply of medicine with you when out and about, in case you are unable to get home for an extended period of time.

  4. If you receive medicines through a mail order pharmacy, have a back-up local pharmacy to use if medicine shipments are delayed or quick availability is affected. You may need to order medicines at least 30 days in advance to allow for mail delays.

  5. Keep emergency telephone numbers (doctor, pharmacy, poison control center, emergency/rescue personnel) on each phone in your house, and on your cell phone. Have these numbers in your purse, in your car glove box, and in your first aid kit.

  6. Check your First Aid Kits and medicine cabinet each year to dispose of expired medicines and re-stock if needed. "Spring clean" your medicine cabinet and check your kits.

  7. Always read the medicine label. Follow the label directions on how and when (or when not) to take medicines. Remember to keep all medicines out of the sight and reach of children

    When traveling:

  8. Make sure to take the prescription medicines you need and to pack any common nonprescription medicines you may use, especially when traveling overseas. The availability or formulation of many familiar medicines may differ by country.

  9. Keep medicines with you in their original containers. Do not pack them in checked luggage that could be lost or exposed to extreme temperatures. Store medicines in a cool, dry location. Heat and humidity can alter the potency of medicines.

  10. Keep a list of all your medicines (prescription and over-the-counter) and dietary supplements. Have health insurance and other important medical information with you at all times. Do not keep this information in checked luggage.

For more information, please see the First Aid and Poison Control Forums. The above information was provided, in part, with the kind permission of the Council on Family Health (


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PRODUCT WARRANTY - My Precious Kid is not responsible for replacement of defective items after 30 days. Please contact us for manufacturer's phone number for warranty issues. It will be the customer's responsibility to contact the manufacturer for replacement according to their warranty policy.

REFUNDS - Refunds will be processed within 7 days of return. Shipping charges are not refundable.

NOTE: Items returned in used or opened condition, or outside of return policy will be refunded at retail price, minus 50% fee. The items will be given to a local charity or needy family. If free shipping was given then the actual shipping will be deducted from the refunded amount.