As the specialist noted, everyone in the first-aid kit should have an antispasmodic that will help with pain and spasms of a wide spectrum.

In addition, according to Vorobyov, it is necessary to take "Analgin" with you - for pain and high fever.

According to the doctor, one should not forget about enzyme preparations to improve the digestive process, as well as antiemetic and antidiarrheal agents.

If a person travels with a child, then it is important to have a powder with you to restore the electrolyte balance, as it will help to cope with the consequences of poisoning, Vorobyov said.

The expert also advised to take antihistamines and ointment to treat various burns, wounds and injuries.

“Of course, a thermometer is not a medicine - preferably not a mercury one, because a mercury thermometer can be prohibited, it can be broken.

But an electronic thermometer does not work well, so you need to be very careful and attentive with it, you need to measure the temperature several times.

Be sure to have bandages, cotton pads and alcohol wipes with you, ”Vorobyov explained.

The doctor warned that if you have to travel abroad, it is better not to take Corvalol and Valocordin with you, since they contain phenobarbital, and it is prohibited in many countries of the world, which can lead to an unpleasant situation at customs.

Earlier it was reported that the Russian government clarified the rules for the application of maximum selling prices for essential medicines.