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Items to prepare in case of emergency
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Items to prepare in case of emergency


Items to prepare in case of emergency
Pack in one bag 2- to 3-daysf worth of the items listed below plus other things you need so you can grab and go when necessary. It also might be a good idea to pack things light enough for small children to carry in your childfs backpack. The Maternal and Child Health Handbook contains information regarding you and your baby during your pregnancy and postpartum period, and aids in the understanding of your health condition. When evacuating, always keep your Maternal and Child Health Handbook and your patient ID card with you along with your emergency items. If you lose your handbook, go to the city hall or a health center as soon as possible for reissuance. It may help to include among your emergency items something you are fond of, something your baby is fond of ( for example, pacifiers), and something that helps you relax.

 
 

Max. weight that most pregnant women can carry is approx. 5 kg. Try carrying the bag after you finish packing.
Items to prepare in case of emergency

Circle the items you have already prepared.

Those until 27weeks pregnant

Sanitary items underwear antiseptic tissue wipes


Those over 28weeks pregnant and postpartum mothers will need the following items in addition to the list above.

Baby formula soft water in PET bottles
(hardness of 30/L or less.
Disposable diapers
baby wipes formula bottles baby clothes
Baby wear towels and gauze handkerchiefs baby foods
(as occasion demands.

Contents of Emergency Backpacks


Contents of Emergency Backpacks

Things needed to maintain your healthHousehold medicines (mouth wash for gargling, eye drops, cold medicine, stomach medicine, fever and pain relievers, etc.. Adhesive bandages


Things needed to collect information

Portable radio (with flashlight, siren and mobile charger functions. Coin purse (with 20 ten-yen coins to use for payphones.


Things needed to protect yourself

Masks Gloves (work gloves.
Heat-resistant sheets Protection against the cold ( kairo (disposable pocket warmers), windbreakers, etc..


Things needed to evacuate safely

Helmets Backpack


Things needed for daily living

Drinking water Nonperishable foods for emergencies (pregelatinized rice, dry bread biscuits, etc.. Plastic packs for carrying water
Towels (large and small)
* Bath towels can be also be used to shield yourself when breastfeeding.
Toiletry kit (with toothbrush. Wipes
Pocket tissues Spoons, forks Plastic wraps
Newspapers
(can keep you warm by using them as mats or wrapping then around your body.
Plastic bags Writing utensils
(notebook, ballpoint pen, permanent markers, etc..
Sweat suits Underwear, socks Slippers
Leisure knives Sewing set Eye mask
Ear plugs Cooling tools (instant cooling packs, etc.. Triangular bandage
Disposable toilets Compression bags Sanitary items (women only.


Things you may need personally
Pack things that you think you may personally need. Below is a list you can refer to.

Valuables
personal seals, bankbooks, cash, copies of insurance certificates, etc.
Extra glasses or contact lenses
if you use contact lenses, make sure to also pack cleaning fluids
Medication currently in use Things to ease your mind
books or music that you like, etc.
Shoes
make sure to wear them when evacuating


Puls other things you may need




 

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