By Dr. Kadisha

Imagine yourself, a coworker, or a loved one having a nosebleed or small wound that won’t stop bleeding…

or a larger bleeding wound but only having 4×4 gauze sponges and nothing substantial to secure the dressing to apply pressure.

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Imagine having heat cramps…but only water to address them.

Imagine a loved one or stranger stops breathing….and you are

uncomfortable with doing mouth to mouth resuscitation.

There are first aid kits. Then, there is the Mobile MD Kit. This kit was created by a board certified Emergency Medicine physician based on her 20 years’ experience in seeing what conditions bring people to the ER, that they might be able to stabilize or actually treat themselves, and even allows people to help save a life.

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After seeing the umpteenth first aid kit which was not much

more than a collection of different types of bandages, gauze, and tape, and seeing kits containing tons of supplies that made them bulky and difficult to store in a convenient location, Dr. Kadisha decided to assemble a kit with not only gauze and bandages, but also supplies to take your action in addressing various injuries like fractures, and conditions like nosebleeds and eye foreign bodies to another level without extras that take up space!

The Mobile MD Kit contains:

  • Alcohol Prep Pads
  • Ammonia Inhalant Capsules
  • Antiseptic Wash (6oz)
  • Bandages
  • Benadryl Allergy Tablets
  • BleedCease
  • Burn Dressing
  • Cold Pack
  • CPR Faceshield
  • Dry Eye Drops
  • Elastic Bandage with Velcro Closure
  • Electrolyte Powder
  • Eye Wash (4oz)
  • First Aid Ointment
  • Gauze Compress
  • Gauze Sterile 2×2 Sponges
  • Gauze Sterile 4×4 Sponges
  • Hydrocortisone Anti-itch Cream
  • Knuckle Bandages
  • Paper Adhesive Tape
  • Splinter Removers
  • Scissors and Forceps
  • Sting Relief Pad
  • Vinyl Exam Gloves (2 pair)
  • Wire Splint

Everything is packaged in a 9.75”x 10.5” x 3” lightweight, waterproof, easily visible white plastic case with a handle for carrying, and holes for hanging, that could also slide under the seat of a vehicle. So…don’t be caught unprepared! Be ready for more than cuts and scrapes! Need refills? Simply place an order online.Be ready for allergic reactions, heat cramps, nosebleeds, fractures, and more. You could even possibly save a life.


Q. Who Needs a First Aid Kit?



Anyone who can become ill or

injured needs the Mobile MD Kit on hand.

Q. What makes the Mobile MD Kit different?



The Mobile MD Kit is meant to care for more than cuts and scrapes. It was assembled based on the myriad injuries and conditions that people can do a lot to address outside of the ER, or at least greatly improve en route to the ER so you spend less time and money in the ER. You can address allergic reactions, foreign bodies to the eye and elsewhere, sprains, injured forearms/wrists, nosebleeds and other small but persistent bleeds, burns, splinters, even a person

who stops breathing. Included is also a special insert that reviews the steps of CPR.

Q. Where should the Mobile MD Kit be stored?



It can be stored in your car, home, place of business, construction site, even your child’s athletic team van or locker room.

The Mobile MD Kit fits easily under the kitchen sink, in auto trunks, under the seat of most cars, vans and trucks, and it can even hang on the wall at your place of work in a break room, the safety officer’s office, or the resident assistant’s room of a college dorm.

Q. Why having the Mobile MD Kit important?



The Mobile MD Kit is important because there are a number of things people can do to reduce pain or severity of symptoms of a condition or injury before they even get to the ER. There may even be things people can do to avoid the ER altogether or make it so they can go to an Urgent Care or their primary doctor instead and save time and money, much more money than the cost of this medical kit.

Q. When does the Kit expire?



The average shelf life of a medical kit’s plastic and paper goods is 3-4 years, but check the creams, ointment, and washes. For example, the ammonia inhalants last about 3-4 years. The hydrocortisone cream lasts about 18 months. The Benadryl tablets last approximately a year. The Bleed Cease lasts 2-3 years.

Q. What if I run out with something?



You can purchase refills of the Mobile MD Kit! You can get the all of the contents at once, or a minimum of 5 components. Since this is a new product, for which the demand has been great, we decided to release the product while the refill program is in development.