Bryan mentioned he set reminders for his medications on omnifocus, however I wanted to track everything and don't want that many reminders set, or be tied to a service. I've also been trying to track serial numbers on my high value EDC items, as well as maintaining a list for insurance and organisational purposes. My solution for that was a spreadsheet (yawn), which I've added the function to change colour when an expiry date is approaching or current/past. This obviously has the downside of needing you to check on it on ocassion.
The other thing I've done a little differently is the medication storage. I knew I didn't want to store everything in the cardboard boxes, it's bulky and they wear out fast in use. I also didn't really want to use pill bags, they can still be crushed and the seals are easily broken leading to contamination and water ingress. Instead, I've used sample pots with screw on lids. These are sold for craft storage and medical samples, as well as lab use. So far they've proven easily tough enough and are relatively inexpensive. I also stuck some printed labels inside with contra-indications and dosage information. These labels are part of the spreadsheet I mentioned earlier and automatically update the expiry dates.
From here on will be mostly lists and pics.
Provided for illustration purposes, do not rely on these dosages or this information. Do your own research.
Tasmanian Tiger First Responder Move On - http://www.tacwrk.co...e-on-black-1114
Scissors are tethered with a lanyard. Cyalumes have pre-attached shock cord for attachment + buzzsaw.
The main pack and slim front pack seperate and join with a sturdy #10 YKK zipper.
So many handles! The pack is easily lifted by any of them, but using two in concert keeps an open bag relatively together for hasty movement.
Main pack, main compartment
Blue Box is burns kit, pouches contain goggles and velcro straps.
Front pack (trauma bias) laid open
P1012156 by C0RBS, on Flickr
Meds in plastic tubes are easily visible here. I love those little saline pods.
Closed pouch inside (PPE)
P1012159 by C0RBS, on Flickr
Looking for any input on what you guys think are gaps in the capability?
Edited by Corbs, 02 February 2016 - 06:44 PM.