Common Airline Emergency Medical Kit Contents[1]

Medications Equipment
Epinephrine 1:1000 Stethoscope
Antihistamine, inj Sphygmomanometer
Dextrose 50%, inj. 50 ml Airways, oropharyngeal (appropriate range of sizes)
Nitroglycerin tablets or spray Syringes (appropriate range of sizes)
Major analgesic, inj. or oral Needles (appropriate range of sizes)
Sedative anticonvulsant, inj. IV Catheters (appropriate range of sizes)
Antiemetic, inj. Antiseptic wipes
Bronchodilator inhaler Disposable gloves
Atropine, inj. Sharps box
Adrenocortical steroid, inj. Urinary catheter
Diuretic, inj. System for delivering intravenous fluid
Medication for postpartum bleeding Venous tourniquet
Sodium chloride 0.9% (minimum 250 ml) Sponge gauze
Acetyl Salicylic Acid for oral use Tape adhesive
Oral beta blocker Surgical mask
Flashlight and batteries
Thermometer (non-mercury)
Umbilical cord clamp
Basic Life Support cards
List of equipment
Advanced Life Support Guides
  1. Thibeault C et al. Emergency medical kit for commercial airlines: an update. Aviat Space Environ Med. 2007 Dec;78(12):1170-1.PDF