# A small, simple medical kit put together with special thought for children's illness is a prudent item to take.
# Ensure that you know the suitable children's dose of any medicines you are carrying, and that they are in fact appropriate for kids.
# Incase of antibiotics take only the suggested dose at the prescribed intervals and go on using the antibiotic for the prescribed period.
# Keep in mind that you and your children should be healthy before you start traveling.
# While traveling the you must possess the prescribed letter or authorized documentation for legally use the medication, because in many countries the usage of drugs without legal documentation is illegal or even banned without a prescription.
# Beside antibiotics or other drugs there are some simple medical kit which traveler should keep; Antiseptic (like Dettol or Betadine), mercurochrome and antibiotic powder or similar "dry" spray - for cuts and grazes. Calamine lotion - to ease irritation from sunburn, bites or stings. Bandages, band-aids, gauze and cotton wool - for minor injuries. Scissors, tweezers and a thermometer/fever strips - mercury thermometers are prohibited by airlines. Insect repellent, sun block, suntan lotion, Chap Stick - check that it is suitable for children's skin. Worm treatment, lice shampoo, and anti-fungal powder for treatment of minor but irritating health problems. Water purification tablets. Diaper rash cream, teething gel - for predictable ailments.
# Get yourself and your family members vaccinated. Vaccinations provide protection against diseases you might meet along the way. Some of the important vaccinations for are Smallpox, Cholera, Tetanus & Diphtheria, Typhoid, Infectious Hepatitis, Yellow Fever, Meningitis and Tuberculosis.