I have a complete CVS pharmacy at my home with 2 teenagers and a husband working in a steel mill, also teach first aid to Boy Scouts.
First aid kit: Assorted bandaids including knuckle bandages, wet ones, cotton balls, neosporin, betadine swabs (don't use much, prefer liquid soap and water, papertowels), ace wrap, gloves, sling, kling, tongue blades, scissors, shoe string, 4x3's, paper tape, First aid book, tweesers, epipen, Peroxoide, steri-strips, thermometer, pen and paper. Rubbing Alcohol and peroxide kept below sink along with Epson salts and menthal ice gel.
Kids scout kit also has moleskin + A&D ointment.
Nursing bag has BP cuff, stethescope, CPR mask, bandage scissor, pen light, ottoscope, reflex hammer, hemostats, paper tape measures, tegrederm, 4x4's, kling, Ace wrap, foley kit,gloves, tournaquet + lab supplies, bandaids, paper towels, isogel, liquid soap, acetone wipes, plastic BR ups, 30 cc med cups, sterile q-tips, plastic grocery bags and wax paper for beneath bag,pain scale, ostomy guide, pens etc.
Meds kept out of BR in seperate closet next to refrige away from stove:Acetaminophen, Ibuprophen ( rarely used), Aleeve, liquid tylenol; Chloraseptic spray, diphenhydramine, Dimetapp, Syrup of Ipecac, Pepto-bismal, matches,boxes of bandaids, RX meds,Several inhalers, Aloe gel and Holy Water.
NEVER keep meds in car as affected by heat. Spray outside nursing bag with Lysol weekly.