When you are in a survival situation you are almost guaranteed to have some kind of first aid need that will arise. Not having a well assembled first aid kit in an already chaotic situation can make everything much worse.
we will start with the pack itself:
The pack is made by Voodoo tactical (http://www.voodootactical.net/p-1075-voodoo-tactical-molle-utility-pouch-new-resue-red.aspx)
It is a MOLLE compatible first aid pouch with heavy duty zipper. This bag cost around $15 dollars, I bought mine at a local store but they can be purchased from the link.
You want your first aid kit to be the last thing loaded into your Bug Out Bag as it needs to be easily accessible. Your first aid kit should be easy to find in your bag based off of site and feel.
Step 1: CPR pocket resuscitator
I purchased this model on eBay for around $10. The one feature that you want to make sure that your CPR mask has is a one way valve. Often times a person receiving CPR will vomit, this valve will keep that vomit out of your mouth. also look for a mask that comes in a nice hard case and includes gloves.
Step 2: Wound Suturing/Closure
sterile packed suture with attached needle. these can be found on eBay for quite cheap around $2 a piece, it is also a good idea to have a couple of sterile packed scalpels to go along with this part of the kit.
Sterile packed skin stapler and separately packed staple remover. this can be an invaluable tool if someone is injured as it requires very little technical know how. these can be picked up on eBay for around $15 for the set typically.
Step 3: Bandages and Gauze
1 ACE elastic bandage with metal clips
1 roll of gauze
2 non stick gauze pads 3x4 inches
1 roll of medical tape
2 large bandages
5 regular bandage strips
4 butterfly closures
Step 4: Miscellaneous items
Hand sanitizing wipes
Ibuprofen pills in a small watertight bottle
antihistamine pills in a small watertight bottle
and bismuth pills also in a small watertight bottle.
Step 5: In Conclusion
Also keep in mind that the point of a bug out bag is to keep you safe for 72 hours during a disaster, it can be easy to overpack and get carried away. You should just try to be thorough but not overexcessive, but of course this is at your own discrection of what you feel comfortable carrying.
Thanks for reading. and let me know if you have any questions in the comment section.