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STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES
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6. STANDARD STOCK LISTS

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6.1.1 MEDICATIONS
6.1.2 CONSUMABLES
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6.6 OBSERVATION WARD

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Level 1 : Basic first aid
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LEVEL 1 : INTERMEDIATE FIRST AID KIT
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“Gestione e controllo della documentazione e delle registrazioni HSE”.1/3.1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . PURPOSE AND SCOPE This document provides a common framework aimed at equipping local medical facilities and associated structures in a manner that ensures individuals who work for the Company are able to do so without undue risk to themselves and others. 2.04. N. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Environment and Public Safety Management System Model”.p. 1. Safety. Doc. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. International Medical Services (SMES). BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. [2] Eni-DIHSE “Procedura quadro – Igiene del lavoro. This document is controlled and updated by the Health Management System (HMS) Custodian. 1. ONCE PRINTED OUT.2.3.17 REV. a component of the HSE Integrated Management System (HSE-IMS). This Standard deals with IMS sector: Health Safety Environment Public Safety Quality Radioprotection 3 4.01. 1.1/4 [3] Eni E&P Division – Divisional Directive Doc. Affiliated Companies. THE COPY. Eni E&P Division.A. INTRODUCTION This document is one of several issued by SMES supporting the development and implementation of Minimum Health Standards which are to be followed by all Eni E&P Division Subsidiaries and Affiliated Companies in the conception and management of a Health Management System (HMS).0. Environment and Public Safety Integrated Management System” [4] Eni E&P Division – Document Doc.3. 4 OF 61 1. EQUIPMENTS. AREA OF APPLICATION This document applies all Eni E&P Business Units.Eni S. Prevenzione e Protezione della Salute nei Luoghi di Lavoro” Doc. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS Instructions contained in these documents are based on: [1] Eni-DIHSE “Health. “Organization of the Health. 00 PAG. 1. N. N. 3. 1.3. Safety. BEFORE USING IT. Subsidiaries.

Careful monitoring of actual usage will enable the adjustment to stock levels of high usage items. “Guidelines on Occupational Health Management and Medical Support”.p.15.06. 1.3. ONCE PRINTED OUT. 5. Reordering should be initiated when stocks reach 60% of the recommended level.A.1.3. THE COPY.2. All items are to be supplied with the longest available shelf life. N.11 “Minimum Health Standards + 8 Attachments”. [9] Eni E&P Division Document Doc N. N. 3. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 1. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. [6] Eni E&P Division Document Doc.2. in the manufacturer’s original pack only and not redispensed by the supplier from large stock packs. 6.2. 5 OF 61 [5] Eni E&P Division – Procedure Doc.3.2. N.343 May 2003 [14] Best practice and industrial guidelines. 1. 1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . ORDERING AND SUPPLY The quantities of medications and consumables assume a re-order capability of one month.18 “Standard for safe food and water” [12] ANSI Z308.3. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. [8] Eni E&P Division Document Doc. BEFORE USING IT.2.3. 1. It is assumed these standard inventories will be marginally tailored to suit the specific site and population where they are utilised.1 – 1998 Minimum Requirements for Industrial Unit-Type First Aid Kits [13] International Association of Oil & Gas Producers – Managing Health for Field Operations in Oil & Gas Activities – Report No.14 Clinic Management Gap Analysis [11] Eni E&P Division Document Doc N.2.3. 00 PAG. Experience shows that each site has a unique pattern. “Gap Analysis HSE”. [7] Eni E&P Division Document Doc.3. STANDARD STOCK LISTS Standard modules are provided to cover a range of climates and types of operation. N.13 “Clinic Standard Operating Policies and Procedures” [10] Eni E&P Division Document Doc N. N.Eni S.7 “Framework Procedures for the development of an Occupational Health and Medical Support Program”. 1.17 REV. 1.2. EQUIPMENTS. 1.

6 OF 61 6.2 Antispasmodics and other drugs altering gut motility. Hyoscine tab Buscopan Hyoscine inj.7g/5ml 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx 10 sac.p.4 Osmotic laxatives. Response to emergency outside clinic is provided via a responder bag.3 Ulcer healing drugs.4.5mg 10ml 3.1 Antacids and other drugs for dyspepsia. EQUIPMENTS. 1. BEFORE USING IT.1 Bulk-forming laxatives.6 Laxatives.1 H2-receptor antagonists.Eni S. Lactobacillus Inteflora Ispaghula Husks Bisacodyl tab Senokot Liquid paraffin Fybogel Dulcolax Senoside Lactulose Duphalac 1. 1. A second separate procedure room and utility area may be included. Ranitidine tab Zantac 1.1. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 1.6. 6.6.A. 1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS 1 bx 2 bx 1 bx 4 bt 2 bx 2 bx 1 bx 5 bt 4 bt 5 bt . Loperanide CHl caps Imodium 1.3 Faecal softeners.3.1 MEDICATIONS EXAMPLE of BRAND NAME BNF CLASSIFICATION GENERIC NAME 1 : GASTRO INTESTINAL SYSTEM 1. 1. 1.17 REV.1 Aluminium and magnesium Aluminium Hydroxide containing antacids tabs Maalox Aluminium Hydroxide Susp.1 MAIN CLINIC This inventory is designed for a static Local Medical Care Clinic which will normally consist of a single room with a separate toilet / shower. N. ONCE PRINTED OUT.4. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.5 Chronic diarrhoeas. tab 1. 00 PAG. Omeprazole caps Losec 1. Response to simple routine residential house-call (where transport and use of responder bag is not warranted) is provided via house-call bag A separate Cardiac Emergency bag is maintained for utilisation both inside and outside the clinic.2.1 Adsorbents and bulkCharcoal activated forming drugs. Maalox 1. 1.6.1.3. 1.7 Local preparations for anal and rectal disorders. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.2 Antimotility drugs. 1.4 Acute diarrhoea./box 1 bx 30 tab/box 1 bx 50 tab/box 1 bx 1bottle 2 bt 200ml bottle 2 bt THE COPY.6.2 Stimulant laxatives. AMOUNT REQUIRED for POPULATION of STREN GTH UNIT 50 100 250 800mg 20 tab/box 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx 200ml bottle 10 bt 20 bt 40 bt 10mg 20mg/ml 20 tab/box 2 bx 10 amp/box 1 bx 3 bx 2 bx 4 bx 2 bx 150mg 20mg 20 tab/box 2 bx 30 tab/box 2 bx 3 bx 3 bx 4 bx 4 bx 250mg 2mg 10 tab/box 1 bx 1 bx 2 bx 6 tab/box 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx 20 caps/box sachets 5mg 7.5 Proton pump inhibitors. Buscopan 1.3.

1 Soothing haemorrhoidal Bismuth. 2. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.5.2 Drugs for arrhythmias. N.2 Compound haemorrhoidal preparations with corticosteroids.6. 2.7. Positive inotropic drugs.1.2 Calcium-channel blockers.6 Nitrates.5. 1 ap 1 ap 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 2 bx 1 bx 2 bx 1 bt 1 bx 1 bt 1 bx 1 ap 1 ap 1 bx 2 bx 1 ap 1 ap 10jt 5 jt 10 jt 5 jt 2. Calcium-channel blockers. 2.5mg 100 tab/box 1 bx 2. Digoxin tab STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.5. 2: CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 2.7.A.1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . Amiloride 2. Doxazosin tab Cardura 1mg 30 tab/box 1 bx 2.5 Drugs affecting the reninangiotensin system and some other anti hypertensive drugs.p. EQUIPMENTS.8 Anticoagulants and protannine.1 Cardiac glycosides. 2.00 resuscitation. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS PAG.2.3 Anti-arrhythmic drugs.1 Inotropic sympathomimetics. 1.17 REV.3.4 Potassium-sparing diuretics Hydrochlortiazide+ with other diuretics. and potassium-channel activators.2.1 Nitrates.2.2 Diuretics.3. 2ml 1 amp THE COPY. 0 Epinephrine jet 1 jet 10 jt Atropine 1mg jet 1mg 1 jet 5 jt 2. 2. suppositories 1. Glyceryl trinitrate 400mcg spray /dose 1 bottle 1 bt Nitroglycerin tabs Angised 0. 2ml 1 amp 1 ap 10mg/ta 30 b caps/box Nifedipine Adalat 1 bx 2.7.7 Sympathomimetics. Framycetin oint.5mg/ Verapamil inj ml. Enalapril Enapril 20mg 20 tab/box 1 bx 2. 7 OF 61 DOC. Cardiopulmonary 1:10.zinc preparations.6. Amiodarone inj Amiadarone Sedacoron Cordarone 150mg/ 3ml 5 amp/box 200mg/t ab 20 tab/box 3mg/ml. 2. 2.3.7.4 Alpha-adrenoceptor blocking drugs.2 Loop diuretics. 50mg/5 Dopamine inj ml 1 amp 1 ap 2.1 Angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors. 00 Anusol 6 supp/box 3 bx 6 bx 12 bx Proctosedyl 30gr 1 tube 6 tu 12 tu 3 tu Digoxin 250mg 28 tab/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx Digoxin inj Lanoxin 0. ONCE PRINTED OUT. Atenolol inj 5mg 5 amp/box 1 bx Atenolol tab 50mg 30 tab/box 1 bx 2.Eni S.4 Beta-adrenoceptor blocking drugs. BEFORE USING IT. 2.25mg/ 2ml 6 amp/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx Furosemide tab Lasix 40mg 20 tab/box 2 bx 3 bx 4 bx Furosemide inj Lasix 80mg/2 ml 5 amp/box 2 bx 3 bx 4 bx Moduretic 50mg+5 mg 20 tab/box 2 bx 3 bx 4 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx Adenosine inj 1 ap 2. Exploration & Production Division 1.

u.1.4 Treatment of hypoglycaemia. Insulin (short acting) 15. 2.5.2.5g/5m l 5 amps/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 jt 1 jt 1 jt Zepam 100mg/ ml 10ml 1 jet 10mg/2 ml 5 amp/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1mg 1 amp 100IU/ ml 10ml 1 amp 10mg/m l 10ml 1 amp 50% 2ml 10 amp/box 1 ap 1 ap 1 ap 1 ap 1 ap 1 ap 1 ap 1ap 1 ap 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 10 mg 40mcg/ ml 4. Aminophilline tabs 3.3 Theophylline. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.1 Bronchodilators. Glucagon 6. Calcium chloride 4.2 Corticosteroids. Ketamine Magnesium Appendix 6 Intravenous Additives sulphate Morphine 15.1. Aspirin tab 2.A.1.5mg/0.8. Tranexamic acid Cardio aspirin 100mg 20 tab/box Metalyse 50mg/a mp 1 amp 1 ap 1 ap 1 ap Cyklokapron 0.1. Ipatropium inhaler Duovent 3.500i.17 2.1.1. Beclomethazone Becotide dipropionate inhaler inhaler THE COPY.2 Fibrinolytic drugs.1 Intravenous anaesthetics. BEFORE USING IT.11 Antifibrinolytic drugs and haemostatics.1 Selective beta2Ventolin adrenoceptor stimulants. 3.1 Calcium supplements.1 Parenteral anticoagulants. 8 OF 61 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 2 bx 3 bx 2./0.4 Compound bronchodilator Fenoterol + preparations.2% 10ml 50% 50ml 5 amp/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 amp 1 ap 1ap 1 ap 1 jet 1 jt 1 jt 1 jt 1 jet 1 jt 1 jt 1 jt 100 mcg/dose 1 inhaler 1 in 1 in 1 in 2mg/5ml 1 bottle 1 bt 2 bt 3 bt 5mg/ml 25mg/ml 200mg 0. Theophylline inj. ONCE PRINTED OUT.7 Antagonists for central and respiratory depression.9 Antiplatelet drugs.Eni S. 1. EQUIPMENTS.p.1.1 Short-acting insulins.10 Myocardial infarction and fibrinolysis.2 Anxiolytics. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.5ml 10 jet/box PAG. Diazepam inj 6. Naloxone HCL Ketalar Narcan Appendix 6 Intravenous Additives Sodium bicarbonate Solution glucose DAppendix 6 Intravenous Additives 50 3: RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 3. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.1. Tenecteplase 2. Salbutamol inhaler inhaler Ventolin Salbutamol syrup syrup Salbutamol Ventolin respirator solution solution 3.3.1.10. N.1. 00 25000I U/ 5ml 5 amp/box 12.1. Heparin injunfractionated Enoxaparin Heparin calcium Calciparina REV.02 mg 1 bottle 5 amp/box 30 tab/box 1 bt 1 bx 2 bx 1 bt 1 bx 3 bx 1 bt 1 bx 3 bx 1 inhaler 1 in 1 in 1 in 100mcg/do se 1 inhaler 1 in 1 in 1 in Other ACLS kit medicines 9.

5mg 10 tab/box 4. 1. Cetirizine HCl tab Zyrtec tabs 10mg 15 tab/box Zyrtec NS Cetirizine HCl drops drops 1 bottle Zyrtec Cetirizine HCl syrup syrup 0.1 Cromoglicate and related Sodium therapy. 2ml 5 amp/box 3. Zopiclone tab Imovane 7.3 Allergic emergencies.1 Cough suppressants. Morphine 10mg 5 amp/box Pethidine 100mg 5 amp/box 4. 9 OF 61 Beclomethazone dipropionate Becotide nebules nebules 0.2.2 Expectorant and demulcent 30mg.2.1 Hypnotics and anxiolytics.9. vit c sachets.9.3 Barbiturates. Drugs used in psychoses and related disorders.1. 10mg/2ml 3 amp/box 1 bottle Diazepam drops EN gocce 1mcg/drop 20ml 4. cough preparations.4 Antihistamines. Dextromethorphan+ Hydrillin 6.1. Adrenalin 1:1000 /ml 10 amp/box 3. 4. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .2 Anxiolytics. EQUIPMENTS. N.11 Other cold remedies Paracetamol. 3. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.1 Hypnotics.3 Cromoglicate.25mg+5m diphenhydramine DM g/5ml 1 bottle 3.p.8mg/2ml 20 neb/box 1 bx 3. ONCE PRINTED OUT.Eni S. Diazepam tabs Valium tabs 5mg 25 tab/box Diazepam inj Valium inj. 3.8 Aromatic inhalations.1% 60 ml bottle Clarityn Loratadine tab tabs 10mg 15 tab/box Clarityn 120 ml Loratidine syrup syrup 5mg/5ml bottle Promethazine HCl Phenergan 25mg/ml inj inj. related therapy and leukotriene receptor antagonists.1. Fervex phenyramine.3.9 Cough preparations. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Ambroxol syrup Coldrex 15mg/ml 1 bottle 3. cromoglicate inh Intal 5mg/dose 1 inhaler 1 in 3. 4. BEFORE USING IT. hyposensitisation. Haloperidol tab Haloperidol inj Haldol Haldol 500mcg 5mg/1ml 50 tab/box 5 amp/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 in 1 in 5 bx 10bx 15bx 10 bt 20 bt 40bt 2 bt 4 bt 6 bt 5 bx 10bx 15bx 2 bt 4 bt 6 bt 1 bx 1 bx 2 bx 1 bx 3 bx 1 bx 10 bt 20 bt 40bt 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 2 bx 2 bx 2 bx 2 bx 1 bt 1 bx 1 bx 1 bt 1 bx 1 bx 1 bt 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx THE COPY.4. Carbocisteine syrup Mucolar 125mg/5ml 1 bottle 3. Day & night phenyramine tabs 20 tab/box 4 : CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 4. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.3. Vicks Rub 25g 25g bottle 3.1 Antipsychotic drugs.1 Antihistamines.7 Mucolytics.17 REV. 3. and allergic emergencies. 8 schts/box Paracetamol.A.4.2. 00 PAG.

Sertraline 4.7.1.3. EQUIPMENTS. Rocephin Cefuroxime syrup Doxycycline caps Azitromycin tab Zinnat syrup Vibramycin Zithromax 250mg 1g 125mg/ 5ml 100mg 500mg Amoxicillin syrup Co-Amoxiclav Ampiciliin inj 5.17 4.1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .2 Opioid analgesics. REV.3 Broad-spectrum penicillins.1.A.1.2 Cephalosporins.8 Sulphonamides and trimethoprim.1.3. PAG.2. and other betalactams. Exploration & Production Division 4.1.p. cephamycins.7 Analgesics.1 Antibacterial drugs.1. 4.5 Macrolides. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS Co-Trimoxazole tab Bactrim 20 bt 40 bx 40 bx 40 bx 2 bx 2 bx 1 bx 2 bx 3 bx 2 ap 4 ap 10 ap 12 tab/box 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx 1 bottle 20 tab/box 1 amp 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx 2 ap 4 ap 10 ap 10 caps/box 1 amp 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx 2 ap 4 ap 10 ap 1 bottle 6 tab/box 3 caps/box 2 bt 4 bt 6 bt 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx 480mg 10 tab/box 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx THE COPY.3. Amoxicillin tab 5.1 Tricyclic and related antidepressant drugs. Zolmitriptan tab 5: INFECTIONS 5. N.7. STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. 00 Laroxyl 40mg/ml 1 bottle 20ml 1 bt 1 bt 1 bt Zoloft Stugeron tab Primperan Metoclopramide inj inj Metroclopramide Primperan syrup syrup Prochlorperazine suppository Stemetil 50mg 28 tab/box 1 bx 1 bx 2 bx 25mg 50 tab/box 1 bx 1 bx 2 bx 10mg/2ml 8 amp/box 100 ml 1mg/ml bottle 10 5mg/ml supp/box 1 bx 2 bx 3 bx 1 bt 2 bt 3 bt 1 bx 2 bx 3 bx Aspirin tab Upsarin Paracetamol syrup Calpol (Calpol) Paracetamol tab Panadol 500mg Zomig 2.3 Selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors. 250mg supp/box 10 bx 20 bx Paracetamol+Codei 500mg/8mg ne+Caffeine Solpadeine /30mg 12 tab/box 10 bx 20 bx 20 Tramadol HCl caps 50mg caps/box 1 bx 1 bx Tramadol HCl inj 100mg 5 amp/box 1 bx 1 bx 4.1 Non-opioid analgesics.1 Benzylpenicillin and phenoxymethylpenicillin. 1. Cinnarizine tab 4.1 Treatment of the acute migraine attack. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. ONCE PRINTED OUT. 5.3 Tetracyclines.3 Antidepressant drugs.Eni S.6 Drugs used in nausea and vertigo. Benzylpenicillin inj 5. BEFORE USING IT.7. Amitriptyline 4. Ospamox syrup Augmentin 500mg 125mg/ 5ml 625mg 1g Cefuroxime tab Ceftriaxone inj Zinnat tab. 5. 5.5mg 3 tab/box 100000 0IU (1g) 1 amp Ospamox tab. 10 OF 61 DOC.1.4. 16 tab/box 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx 5ml/120mg 1 bottle 5 bt 10 bt 500mg 12 tab/box 10 bx 20 bx 10 Paracetamol supp. 4.

4. 5. N. REV. 5. Sulphadoxine.1.17 Co-Trimoxazole syrup 5.3.3 Antiviral drugs.1 Antimalarials. 6.1. EQUIPMENTS. Pyramethamine Malarex Lariam 10 tab/box 6 tab/box 30 tab/box 10 amp/box 5 bx 10 bx 2 bx 4 bx 1 bx 2 bx 1 bx 1 bx 10 bx 6 bx 3 bx 1 bx Fansidar 250mg 250mg 250mg 250 mg 500mg. inj 1ml 7. Glucagon 6.2.1.1 Drugs used in diabetes.2.p.A.5. Gyno Pevaryl 150mg Clindamycin cream 2% 20g Betadine pess.2. Glibenclamide tab 6.2 Biguanides.1. ONCE PRINTED OUT.1 Drugs used in obstetrics. 5.2 Anti-infective drugs Clotrimazole cream 1% 15g Miconazole pess. 5.3 Corticosteroids. GYNAECOLOGY and URINARY TRACT DISORDERS 7. 00 PAG. Prednisolone tab Betamethazone tab 0. 5.2 Treatment of vaginal and vulval conditions. Soluble Insulin 2 bx 4 bx 6 bx 3 ap 3 ap 3 ap 5 mg 500 mg 120 tab/box 1 bx 60 t/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1mg 1 amp 3 ap 3 ap 3 ap 5 mg 30 tab/box 1 bx 2 bx 3 bx 10 tab/box 3 amp/box 1 amp 1 bx 1 bx 2 ap 2 bx 1 bx 4 ap 3 bx 1 bx 6 ap 1 amp 1 ap 2 ap 3 ap 10amp/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1 tube 7 pess/box 1 tube 14 ps/box 2 tb 2 bx 2 tb 2 bx 3 tb 3 bx 3 tb 3 bx 4 tb 4 bx 4 tb 4 bx 1 tube 2 tb 3 tb 4 tb 100 IU/1ml 10ml 1 amp 6. 11 OF 61 240mg/ 5ml 1 bottle 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx Metronidazole tab Flagyl Ciprofloxacin tab Ciproxin Ciprofloxacin syrup Ciproflox 250mg 20 tab/box 500mg 10 tab/box 200mg 1 bottle 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx 2 bt 4 bt 6 bt Ketoconazole tab Nizoral 200mg 10 tab/box 2 bx 4 bx 6 bx Aciclovir tab Zovirax 200mg 25 tab/box 2 bx 4 bx 6 bx Chloroquine tab Mefloquine Quinine tab Quinine inj.11 Metronidazole and tinidazole.1.1 Short-acting insulins. 7. 5. Metformin HCl tab Siofor 6.2 Glucocorticoid therapy. BEFORE USING IT. 6: ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 6.1 Prostaglandins and Methylergometrine 0.02% oxytocics. medrol 500 mg 7: OBSTETRICS.3. 6.5 Anthelmintics. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.2. Cream THE COPY.1.Eni S.2 Antifungal drugs. 20mg Sulphas vag.1.4 Antiprotozoal drugs.12 Quinolones.1.1 Sulphonylureas.5 mg Betamethazone inj 4 mg/ml Hydrocortisone inj Solu-cortef 100 mg Methylprednisolone Soluinj.1 Drugs for threadworms. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 1.4 Treatment of hypoglycaemia. 25mg 3 tab/box 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx Mebendazole tab Vermox 100mg 6 tab/box Septran 5. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. 7.

4 Drugs for treatment of gout. 3 bx 5 bx 5 bx 20 bx 5 bt 3 bt 1 bx 500ml 1 bottle 5 bt 10 bt 15 bt 5ml 10 amp/box 2 bx 3 bx 5 bx 0.2.1 Oral iron.1.1. Paracetamol Muscadol 1 amp 2 ap 4 ap 6 ap 100mg 50 tab/box 500mcg 20 tab/box 1 bx 1 bx 1 bx 1bx 1bx 2 bx 35mg. 00 PAG. 450mg 20 tab/box 2 bx 4 bx 8 bx THE COPY.2. Ibuprofen tab Diclofenac sodium tab 10.3 Contraceptives. Tilcotil 50mg 20 tab/box 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx 20mg/2 ml 5 amp/box 2 bx 4 bx 8 bx Dexamethasone inj Bentelan 4mg Allopurinol tab Milurit Colchicine 10.1 Anaemias and some other blood disorders.2.6 Vitamins. 12 OF 61 7. 9.6. 9. 10. 1.p.2 Fluids and electrolytes.1.1 Electrolytes and water. BEFORE USING IT.1.3.2. Orphenadrine Citrate.1. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.2 Skeletal muscle relaxants. Magnesium aspartate tab 9.3.3 Vitamin C.2 Local corticosteroid injections. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.7 Multivitamin preparations Multivitamins 10: MUSCULOSKELETAL and JOINT DISEASE 10. Tri-B 3ml 5 amp/box 2 bx 3 bx B) 9.1.2 Oral sodium and water.2. 7.Eni S. 5% 500ml 1 bottle Glucose 2 bt 3 bt 40% Glucose 500ml 1 bottle 1 bt 2 bt 30% 10ml 10 amp/box 1 bx 1 bx Glucose Ringers Hartmann's Solution Lactate Water For Injection Sodium Chloride 9. 10.3 Magnesium. Oral Rehydron SaltsRehydron 18. 10.5.1 Oral progestogen-only contraceptives. 9.9% 500ml 1 bottle 10 bt 15 bt 20 bt Megamag 470mg 30 tab/box 2 bx 3 bx 5 bx Centrum 1000mg 10 tab/box 30 tab/box 2 bx 3 bx 5 bx 5 bx 10 bx 20 bx 400mg 10 tab/box 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx Voltaren Tenoxicam inj.2. ONCE PRINTED OUT.9g 10 scht/box 5 bx 10 bx 9.1.2 Drugs used in megaloblastic Vit B1-B6-B12 (Trianaemias. N. Levonorgestrel Morning after 750mcg 2 tab/box 2 bx 2 bx 8: MALIGNANT DISEASE and IMMUNOSUPPRESSION 9: NUTRITION and BLOOD 9. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .1. Ascorbic acid tab 9. Ferrous 50mg+5 fumarate+folic acide FeFol 00mcg 30 tab/box 2 bx 3 bx 9.1 Drugs used in rheumatic diseases and gout. EQUIPMENTS.17 REV.A. 9.1 Non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs.2 Drugs used in neuromuscular disorders.2.5 Minerals.6.

Polymixin.3 Anti-infective eye preparations. 1. minims 12: EAR. dexamethazone Maxitrol 5ml Norfloxacin drops Normax 0. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 11.Fluorescein sodium operative preparations. Muscoril 10.1 Administration of drugs to the eye.7 Local anaesthetics.3% 5ml Vitamfeni Chloramphenicol oint col 1.3. 95% alcohol and glycerol Neomycin. and astringents. 00 Deep Heat Flexen 8 bx 11: EYE 11. arachis oil Cerumol 5%.3 Drugs for the relief of soft-tissue inflammation.2 Control of microbial Sterile emergency contamination. ocular lubricants.5% 5ml 11.5% 35g tube 100g tube 5 tb 5 tb 10 tb 20 tb 10 tb 20 tb 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 1 bottle 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 1 bottle 1 bottle 1 bottle 3 bt 3 bt 3 bt 5 bt 5 bt 5 bt 10 bt 10 bt 10 bt 1 tube 1 tube 1 tu 3 bt 5 tu 5 bt 10 tu 10 bt 1 bottle 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt 1 bottle 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 1 minim 5 mn 10 mn 20 mn Spersadex Co.3.2 Drugs acting on the nose.2 Ocular diagnostic and peri. 57.2 Rubefacients and other topical antirheumatics.3.1 Drugs acting on the ear.4.1 Tear deficiency.4.8. 10. Chlorobutanol.05% 11. Neomycin. Dexamethasone.1. 11.2 Other anti-inflammatory preparations.3 Antivirals. EQUIPMENTS.1 Antibacterials. Aciclovir oint 3% 11. Dexamethazone 12. Sodium cromoglicate 2% 5ml 11. Propacaine drops 0. N.3% 12. 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt Otipax 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt Polydexa 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt Thiocolchicoside inj.17 Methylsalicylate + Menthol Ketoprofen PAG. lidocaine HCl. chloramphenicol Phenazone. 12. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS 10 bt .8. eye wash 500 ml 11. Tetrahydrozoline Visine 0.00% 11.8 Miscellaneous ophthalmic preparations. 13 OF 61 4mg/2m l 6 amp/box 2 bx 4 bx 15%.p. 1% paradichlorobenzen e. BEFORE USING IT.3. REV.3% 5ml Tobramycin Tobrex 0.A. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.1% 10ml 11. ONCE PRINTED OUT. 11.1. 2%. Dexamethasone drops Sofradex 0.1 Otitis externa.4 Corticosteroids and other anti-inflammatory preparations. Tears Naturale lacribase 10ml 11.3 Removal of ear wax.1 Corticosteroids. Polymixin.2. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. THE COPY.Eni S. NOSE and OROPHARYNX 12. 10% 2.

gargle 13: SKIN 13.1% 30g Eurax cream 0. 3% Diprosalic 30g Hypocort 1% 10g 1 tube 1 tube 3 tu 3 tu 5 tu 5 tu 10 tu 10 tu 13. zinc acne. gargles. chlor.2. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.3. Betamethasone.25%/0.6mg/1.6 Acne and rosacea. mouthwash Oraldine ColluHextril Chlorhexidine spray spray Sansilla Alumin. 13. 12.6.Eni S.2 Barrier preparations.1 Topical preparations for Erythromycin. 12.3.4 Mouthwashes. 00 50mcg/dos Beconase e 1 inhaler Iliadin drops 0.05 % 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt 13. 2%20g gel 1 tube 3 tu 5 tu 10 tu 0.3.10 Anti-infective skin preparations. 12mg/ml 1 bottle 3 tu 5 tu 10 tu Histofreezer with applicators 13.p. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. acetate 13.3.2 Emollient and barrier preparations. Benzydamine HCl REV.7 Preparations for warts and calluses.2.3. Beclomethasone dipropionate Oxymetazoline drops Oxymetazoline spray 12.2 Oropharyngeal antiinfective drugs.2.A.15% 50ml 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt 20g 3 tu 5 tu 10 tu 1 tube Myconazole Micanas Amylmetacresol.2% 13.2m g 24 tab/box 10 bx 20 bx 40 bx 0.17 12.1% 30g 1 tube 3 tu 5 tu 10 tu Betamethasone dipropionate.025% 1 bottle Iliadin spray 0. 1. N. Zinc ointment 13. BEFORE USING IT. EQUIPMENTS.1 Drugs used in nasal allergy. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.3 Drugs acting on the oropharynx.1%. Gentamycin Betamethasone dipropionate 1 tube 3 tu 5 tu 10 tu Betnovate 0. 125ml 1 bottle 2 bt 2 bt 2 bt THE COPY.2. PAG. 12.4 Topical corticosteroids. Lidocaine 10% spray Crotamiton 40ml bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt 15g 1 tube 3 tu 5 tu 10 tu 10% 1 bottle 2 bt 2 bt 2 bt 10%-30g 1 tube 5 tu 10 tu 20 tu celestoder mV 0. ONCE PRINTED OUT.3 Lozenges and sprays. 40mg. and Chlorhexidine dentifrices. salicylic acid Hydrocortisone 0.dic hlorobenzyl alcohol Strepsils 12.3 Topical local anaesthetics and antipruritics.1 Drugs for oral ulceration and inflammation.2 Topical nasal decongestants. 14 OF 61 2 in 3 in 4 in 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 0.05% 1 bottle spray Metronidazol. chlorhexedine gel 12.

2 Antifungal preparations. 5000IU 20g 1 tube 1% 30g 1 tube PAG. Bacitracin-zinc. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.10.11.11 Disinfectants and cleansers.1. TETANUS adsorbed BCG DIPHTHERIA.A. Ketoconazole 13. PERTUSIS (DTP) Hib. 1. sol 13. Betadine oint 13.11.6 Astringents.10.10. Hep B DIPHTHERIA.4 Chlorine and iodine.10.1 Antibacterial preparations only used topically.14 Topical circulatory preparations.2.4 Parasiticidal preparations. N. TETANUS. Heparin oint 14: IMMUNOLOGICAL PRODUCTS and VACCINES 14.5 Preparations for minor cuts and abrasions. Acyclovir cream 13.10. oxidisers.3. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Neomycin Silver sulfadiazine Dermazin REV.4 Vaccines and antisera.3 Antiviral preparations. 00 250IU. Merbromina 13. and Hydrogen Peroxide dyes.p. Piperonile butoxide Benzyl benzoate 13.Eni S. 15 OF 61 3 tu 3 tu 5 tu 5 tu 10 tu 10 tu 13. PCV. (DT) ADULT HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE type B (HIB) 2% 15g 5%2g 145ml spray 10% 20g 1 tube 1 tube 3 tu 3 tu 5 tu 5 tu 10 tu 10 tu 1 bottle 1 tube 2 bt 3 tu 3 bt 5 tu 4 bt 10 tu 2% 1 bottle 3 bt 5 bt 10 bt 1% 20g 1 tube 5 tu 10 tu 20 tu 3%-40ml 1 bottle 5 bt 10 bt 20 bt 3 tu 5 tu 1000IU/1g 1 tube Anatetall Chiron Hexavac Aventis Pasteur Anatoxal Berna Act-HIB Aventis Pasteur Havrix1440 adults Glaxo HEPATITIS A Engerix B adults Glaxo HEPATITIS B Engerix B children Glaxo HEPATITIS B Twinrix HEP A and B Glaxo Vaxigrip Sanofi Pasteur INFLUENZA MEASLES. EQUIPMENTS.17 13. BEFORE USING IT. ONCE PRINTED OUT. 13. MUMPS. MMR RUBELLA Aventis 10 tu 1 dose 1 dose 5 ds 10 ds 15 ds As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required THE COPY. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . TETANUS.

17 MENINGITIS PNEUMOCOCCAL (PCV conjugate) POLIO RABIES TUBERCULIN PPD (MANTOUX) TYPHOID VARICELLA Mencevac ACWY Glaxo Prevnar WYE Imovax Polio Aventis Rabipur Tubersol Aventis Pasteur Vivotif Berna Varivax MRK REV.4mg 1 amp 3 ap 5 ap 10 ap 10%-38g 2%-15ml 1 bottle 1 tube 2 bt 2 tu 3 bt 3 tu 14.7 Antagonists for central and respiratory depression.1 General anaesthesia. 15.A. EQUIPMENTS.2 Local anaesthesia. 1.p.3.1. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS 4 bt 4 tu . Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. Lidocaine spray Lidocaine gel Narcan THE COPY. 16 OF 61 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose 1 dose As locally required As locally required 1 dose As locally required 3 caps As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 1 dose As locally required 0. ONCE PRINTED OUT. N. 00 PAG. BEFORE USING IT. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.Eni S. Tetabulin Rabies Immunoglobulin 15: ANAESTHESIA 15.5 Immunoglobulins Tetanus immunoglob. Naloxone 15.2.

ONCE PRINTED OUT. Sterile 10x10cm Gauze swabs (non sterile). FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 00 6. 5 x 4. 20m Tubular gauze ( size 2 ) 20 m Tubular gauze ( size 3 ) 20 m Tubular gauze ( size 4 ) 20 m Dressings Cotton Wool balls (non sterile) Gauze swabs. roll 3cm Bandaid Plasters.25cm x 5m Hypal / Micropore 2. 17 OF 61 REV.5cm x 5m Biocclusive/Opsite dressing 10cm x 12 cm 100 1 1 10 10 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 4 4 3 6 6 3 3 6 6 CC 111 CC 200 CC 201 CC 202 CC 203 CC 204 CC 205 CC 206 CC 207 CC 208 CC 300 CC 301 CC 302 CC 303 CC 304 CC 305 CC 306 CC 307 CC 308 CC 400 CC 401 CC 402 CC 403 CC 404 Opsite IV site dressing ( IV Tegaderm 6 x 7 cm ) Support Bandages Bandage elastic 8 cm (crepe) Bandage elastic 15 cm (crepe) Bandage cotton conforming 7.17 PAG. Large Sterile eye pad Finger stalls. leather with straps. 2L 1 5 10 15 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 10 5 1 1 1 1 10 10 20 10 1 1 1 1 15 15 30 15 1 1 1 1 100 5 100 1 1 1 100 1 2 2 1 5 5 2 1 2 3 3 2 10 10 4 2 4 4 4 3 15 15 6 3 6 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 THE COPY. N.2 CONSUMABLES AMOUNT REQUIRED for POPULATION of No.2. Assorted Elastoplast Blue Plasters 7.5cm x 5m Steristrips 6mm x 38mm Steristrips 6mm x 100mm Zinc Oxide plaster roll. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 1. Airstrip/Bandaid. 5x5 cm Gauze roll sterile (narrow) 5x10 Ribbon Gauze 1. EQUIPMENTS. 2.5cm (Coban) Triangular Bandage Tubular gauze size 1 (for finger).5 cm Hypal / Micropore 1.Eni S.3.5 x 2.2cm 1 100 100 5 2 2 10 4 4 15 6 6 CC 104 CC 105 CC 106 CC 107 CC 108 CC 109 CC 110 Fingertip Dressings .A.25 cm x 5 m Sterile dressing pack. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.p. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .1. ITEM UNIT 50 100 250 CC 100 CC 101 CC 102 CC 103 Adhesive Dressings Adhesive Bandage. X-large Catheterization Sterile disposable Catheterisation pack: Plastic spigot sterile Gate clips (plastic) Urine drainage bags. BEFORE USING IT.

Luer Fitting. N. tube fixation tape Heavy duty 100% cotton herringbone twill tape. self filling 10ml ballon short term. 8. 10ml Hypodermic syringes. 72 yards per roll Laryngeal Mask.T. 16G I V cannula.3. 2ml Hypodermic syringes. cuffed. 18G Butterfly cannula 18G Infusion set Needles/Syringes Hypodermic syringes. 1" long. Endotracheal tube.0 1 2 2 2 CC 703 Disposable. 1. 00 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 5 10 5 10 10 10 15 10 15 15 15 20 15 100 100 100 1 1 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 1 3 1 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 Portex Mini Tracheostomy II Kit. Double swivel connector Disposable Catheter mount E. Luer Fitting. sterile. 5ml Hypodermic syringes.Eni S.T. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.2. 23G Hypodermic needles 1½" long. Endotracheal tube. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 1ml Hypodermic needles. Luer Fitting. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . Teflon coated. size14fg Intravenous Infusions I V cannula.0 Disposable. size 4 Ryles Tube Fg14 Yankauer suction tube Oxygen Nasal Cannula 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 THE COPY. sterile. Luer Fitting. 25G Hypodermic needles. 1/2” bleached. tube holder (Thomas) 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 CC 709 CC 710 CC 711 CC 712 CC 713 CC 714 E. EQUIPMENTS.p.A. size 3 Laryngeal Mask. cuffed. 9. tube introducer E. 14G I V cannula. 18 OF 61 REV. 21G Vacuutainer needles 23G Lancet (fingerprick) Mediswabs (Isopropyl Alcohol) Sharps disposal bin (large) Airway Management CC 701 PAG. (code 100/462/000) 1 2 2 2 CC 702 Disposable. sterile. BEFORE USING IT.17 CC 405 CC 500 CC 501 CC 502 CC 503 CC 504 CC 505 CC 600 CC 601 CC 602 CC 603 CC 604 CC 605 CC 606 CC 607 CC 608 CC 609 CC 610 CC 611 CC 612 CC 613 CC 700 Urinary catheter.T.0 1 2 2 2 CC 704 CC 705 CC 706 707 CC 708 Disposable. Luer Fitting. 20ml Hypodermic syringes. cuffed. ONCE PRINTED OUT. 5/8" long. 50ml Hypodermic Insulin Syringes (100 units). Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.Endotracheal tube. 7.

EQUIPMENTS. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.5 l (i. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 19 OF 61 REV. size 3 Guedel airway. 24fg (i. set Disposable mouth tubes for peak flow meter Oxygen tube (buuble style) 30m Emergency Chest Drain Kit CC 801 Emergency Chest Drainage Kit. Portex Code: 200/905/00) Cardiac Equipment Consumables Defibrillator pads (Compatible with AED) ECG dots ECG conductive jelly ECG paper (compatible with ECgraph) Burns Jelonet (vaseline gauze) 10x10 cm CC 1002 CC 1003 CC 1004 CC 1100 CC 1101 CC 1102 CC 1103 CC 1104 CC 1105 CC 1106 Burn Shield Gel Dressing 10x10cm Cling Film 50cm x 25cm Sterile burn bag (Hand or Foot). size 4 Disposable one way CPR shield Nebuliser mask kit Adult.A. size 2 Guedel airway. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . ONCE PRINTED OUT. disposable. 1.2 ml cartidges for dental syringe Blades Disposable razors Disposable scalpel pointed blade Disposable scalpel curved blade large Disposable scalpel curved blade small Suture removal blades Ampoule breaker soft silicon Immobilisation Sam splint (large) PAG. Portex. N. disposable. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 1.e. 00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 20 1 2 2 2 2 2 10 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 10 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 10 2 3 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 set 100 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 5 10 15 1 1 1 5 2 2 10 2 2 15 2 2 10 10 10 10 10 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 100 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 100 5 5 5 5 1 2 10 10 10 10 1 2 20 15 15 15 1 2 1 2 4 6 THE COPY. 22x45cm Suture Mersilk 3/0 cutting needle Mersilk 4/0 cutting needle Vicryl 3/0 cutting needle Vicryl 4/0 cutting needle Prolene 3/0 cutting needle Prolene 4/0 cutting needle CC 1107 CC 1200 CC 1201 CC 1202 CC 1203 CC 1204 CC 1205 CC 1206 CC 1300 CC 1301 Lidocaine 2 % .e.p. disposable.Eni S. Code: 200/900/28) CC 802 CC 900 CC 901 CC 902 CC 903 CC 904 CC 1000 CC 1001 Emergency Drainage Bag.2.3. BEFORE USING IT.17 CC 715 CC 716 CC 717 CC 718 CC 719 CC 720 CC 721 CC 722 CC 723 CC 800 Oxygen mask (variable rate) with rebreather bag Oxygen mask (variable rate) standard Guedel airway.

00 1 10 10 1 5 2 2 10 10 3 3 20 15 4 4 30 100 100 100 100 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each CC 1501 Batteries for Laryngoscope set CC 1502 Batteries for diagnostic set (oto/opth) set CC 1503 Batteries for large maglite torch set CC 1504 Bulb for laryngoscope set CC 1505 Bulb set for diagnostic set set CC 1506 CC 1600 CC 1601 CC 1602 Bulb for maglite torch Specimen Containers Specimen containers (Stool). Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. purple.p. 1. 20ml Specimen containers (Urine). 1" roll Autoclave envelopes small set 1 1 5 2 10 3 20 50 1 1 1 1 1 100 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 1 5 5 5 5 5 1 5 1 10 10 10 10 10 1 10 1 1 1 1 5 2 5 2 10 2 10 2 15 2 15 2 1 10 2 2 3 3 4 4 THE COPY. N.Eni S.3.2. 20ml set 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 1 5 10 10 20 20 40 CC 1603 CC 1604 CC 1700 CC 1701 CC 1702 CC 1703 CC 1704 CC 1705 CC 1706 CC 1707 CC 1708 CC 1800 CC 1801 CC 1802 CC 1803 CC 1804 CC 1900 CC 1901 CC 1902 Vacuutainer tubes set (10 each : red. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .A. ONCE PRINTED OUT. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.Abbott) Total HCG pregnancy Troponin Quicktest Urine Test strips (N-Multistix) Malaria Cleaning Solutions Alcohol 70% 50ml Hibiscrub with dispenser 500ml Hydrogen peroxide 3% 25ml Povidone iodine 10% 120ml Autoclave Tape for autoclave.Abbott) Substance abuse (Signify . BEFORE USING IT. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. black) Sterile swabs.Abbott) HIV (Oraquick .17 CC 1302 CC 1303 CC 1304 CC 1305 CC 1401 CC 1402 CC 1403 CC 1404 CC 1405 CC 1500 Arm sling Gyps 10cm Gyps 20cm Soff ban 10cm Gloves Surgical gloves size 7 Surgical gloves size 8 Gloves size 7 non-sterile Gloves size 8 non-sterile Batteries / Bulbs PAG. 20 OF 61 REV. EQUIPMENTS. (in Transport Medium) Testing Reagents Blood glucose (BM stick) H Pylori (H Pylori .

p. EQUIPMENTS. 21 OF 61 REV. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 98x64mm (dispensing) Rustles safety pins.2.3.A. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 1. N. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. 5cm Thermometer sleeves Tongue depressors (Wooden) Vaginal Speculum disposable (medium) PAG. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .17 CC 1903 CC 2000 CC 2001 CC 2002 CC 2003 CC 2004 CC 2005 CC 2006 CC 2007 CC 2008 CC 2009 CC 2010 CC 2011 CC 2012 CC 2013 CC 2014 CC 2015 Autoclave envelopes large Miscellaneous Bio Hazard Bags Body bag Disposable ear pieces otoscope Disposable paper linen savers Ear buds (cotton) № 200 Hard Surface disinfectant wipes International Cruciform Card № 25 K-Y jelly Nylon nail brush Paper towel rolls Plastic Envelope.Eni S. 00 10 2 3 4 1 1 100 100 200 100 25 1 1 1 1000 100 100 100 1 10 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 5 1 1 1 1 5 20 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 2 5 1 1 2 2 10 30 2 5 4 3 4 1 2 2 10 1 1 3 3 15 THE COPY. BEFORE USING IT. ONCE PRINTED OUT.

220V Manual Aspirator (Laerdal) Laryngoscope handle Laryngoscope blade curved (size 3) Laryngoscope blade straight (size 3) E. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. N. CE 100 CE 101 CE 102 CE 103 CE 104 CE 105 CE 106 CE 107 CE 108 CE 109 CE 110 CE 111 CE 112 CE 113 CE 200 CE 201 CE 202 CE 203 CE 204 CE 205 CE 206 CE 207 CE 208 CE 209 CE 210 CE 300 CE 301 CE 302 CE 303 CE 400 CE 401 CE 402 CE 403 CE 500 ITEM Diagnostic Equipment Diagnostic set (oto/opth) Stethoscope Adult Stethoscope Paediatric Sphygmanomometer aneroid Glucometer c/w lancets and test strips Tendon Hammer Thermometer Digital (normal range) Thermometer Digital (low reading) Large Maglite torch Tuning fork ( Gardiner Brown . 22 OF 61 REV.p. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. 00 6. pin index connector. Battery. Tube Introducer Cardiac Pulse Oxymeter Defibrillator with ext pacing and ECG readout (with accessories) ECG machine 6 channels/12 lead Oxygen Oxygen Cylinder F size Bullnose. EQUIPMENTS. ONCE PRINTED OUT.CO 128 ) Peak Flow Meter Snellens Vision Chart Vacuutainer needle holder Airway Management Microvent Paramedic Resuscitator Oxygen cylinder for Microvent (with Bullnose.3 EQUIPMENT AMOUNT REQUIRED for POPULATION of No. and pin index flowhead for F size cylinder Oxygen tube. (Bubble style) Box @ 30m Intravenous infusions UNIT 50 100 250 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 THE COPY.A.17 PAG. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.T.3. BEFORE USING IT. pin index connector. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 1. and pin index flowhead) Ambubag (with reservoir and mask set) Nebuliser (with mask set) LAERDAL Portable Suction Pump w/Vacuum Regulator.2.Eni S.1.

EQUIPMENTS. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . Sager ) Ophthalmic Equipment Bergers Eye Loupe E. fine toothed. 8. 5 ½” Aural forceps angled. splinter.5cm Forceps Artery Spencer Welle (straight). non toothed.3. oblique ends. 7” Scissors.17 CE 501 CE 600 CE 601 CE 602 CE 603 CE 604 CE 605 CE 606 CE 607 CE 608 CE 609 CE 610 CE 611 CE 612 CE 613 CE 614 CE 615 CE 700 CE 701 CE 702 CE 703 CE 704 CE 705 CE 706 CE 707 CE 708 CE 709 CE 710 CE 711 CE 800 CE 801 CE 900 CE 901 CE 902 CE 903 CE 904 CE 1000 CE 1001 CE 1002 CE 1003 CE 1004 CE 1100 CE 1101 CE 1102 CE 1103 Tourniquet. quick release . blunt/sharp ends. 00 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 THE COPY.p. 23 OF 61 REV. suture.A. BEFORE USING IT. ONCE PRINTED OUT.2. 1. 5” Scissors. 7” Forceps Needle holding Gillies. Arthur Box. 5” Reference ACLS handbook ACLS cards BNF Merk Manual Miscellaneous Autoclave Bathroom scale Bedpan and Urinal Set PAG. 6” Forceps. 5” Forceps dissecting.Eni S. 5” Forceps Artery Spencer Wells (straight). 2” Jobson Horne probe. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.N. Equipment Waterproof cape Nasal thudicum (St. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Clair Thompson). silver Emergency Transport Equipment Extraction Kit (KED) Scoop stretcher Vacuum Mattress Carry bag for Fullbody Vacuum Mattress Spinal Board Straps set for spinal board Universal head Immobiliser for spinal board Cervical Collar – stiff neck small Cervical Collar – stiff neck medium Cervical Collar – stiff neck large Traction Splint (Fernotrac . toothed. 5” Forced epilation. 4” Needle holder Tweezers toothed Tweezers non-toothed Probe.T. 5” Forceps dissecting.large Surgical instruments Forceps Macgills Forceps dissecting. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. N.

Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.Eni S.2. with lid) Stainless steel instrument tray (flat. open) Tape measure ( tailor's) Tubular Gauze applicator. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 . BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. BEFORE USING IT. EQUIPMENTS.3.17 CE 1104 CE 1105 CE 1106 CE 1107 CE 1108 CE 1109 CE 1110 CE 1111 CE 1112 CE 1113 CE 1114 CE 1115 CE 1116 CE 1117 CE 1118 Ear Syringe Jane 150 ml Height measuring tape Kidney Dish large Magnifying Lamp Refrigerator for drugs Ring Cutter complete Safety glasses Stainless Steel Bowls (large) Stainless Steel Bowls (small) Stainless steel instrument tray (box. 1.A. ONCE PRINTED OUT. N. 00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 THE COPY.p. 24 OF 61 REV. metal Vomit Bowls Plastic X-ray view box PAG.

9% 500ml Ringers Lactate/Hartman's Solution Glucose 500ml Burns Pack Jelonet (vaseline gauze) Burn Shield Gel Dressing 10x10cm Cling Film Sterile burn bag (Hand or Foot).3. 1. ONCE PRINTED OUT.17 REV. 00 PAG.1. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.Eni S. CR 100 CR 101 CR 200 CR 201 CR 202 CR 203 CR 204 CR 205 CR 206 CR 207 CR 208 CR 209 CR 210 CR 300 CR 301 CR 302 CR 303 CR 304 CR 400 CR 401 CR 402 CR 403 CR 404 CR 405 CR 500 CR 501 CR 600 CR 601 CR 602 CR 603 CR 604 CR 605 CR 606 CR 607 CR 608 CR 609 CR 610 CR 611 ITEM RESPONDER BAG Bag REAR of BAG Loose Items Oxygen Cylinder D Size Oxygen Regulator Pin Index Oxygen mask (variable rate) with rebreather bag Oxygen tubing for Hudson mask 2 meters Cervical Collar – Universal ( Stiffneck Select ) Sam Splint International Cruciform Card № 25 Sodium Chloride 0. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 25 OF 61 6.2. EQUIPMENTS. BEFORE USING IT. N.A. 22x45cm TOP of BAG Basic Airway Pack Laerdal Pocket Mask Disposable one way CPR shield Gaudel Oropharyngeal Airway Size 2 Gaudel Oropharngeal Airway Size 3 Gaudel Oropharngeal Airway Size 4 Bag Valve Mask Pack Ambubag (with reservoir and mask set) FRONT of BAG Diagnostic Pack Diagnostic set (oto/opth) Diagnostic set batteries( otoophtalmoscope) Diagnostic set disposable otoscope earpieeces Stethescope Thermometer Digital Thermometer Murcury Themometer Sleeves Pen Pen Torch Aneroid Sphygmomanometer Tendon Hammer UNIT AMOUNT pce 1 1 1 1 2m 1 1 set bottle bottle bottle 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 set set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 THE COPY.4 RESPONDER BAG No.p. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .

FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .5 cm roll Opsite IV site dressing ( IV tegaderm 6x7 cm ) Alcohol Swabs 14 G Cannula Venflon 16 G Cannula Venflon REV.large Tape Micropore 2. ONCE PRINTED OUT.0 Endotracheal Tube Cuffed Size 9. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.0 Endotracheal Tube introducer Endotracheal Tube swivel connector KY Jelly (tube) Forcepts Magills Forceps Mosquito Flexible Catheter Mount Portex Syringe 10ml Batteries C Size Mini Trach II Kit ET tube holder ET tube fixation tape Manual Emergency Aspirator Ryles tube Fg14 Yankhauer suction tube Laryngeal Mask Size 3 Laryngeal Mask Size 4 IV Kit Pack Infusion set Tourniquet quick release . N.p. EQUIPMENTS.2.0 Endotracheal Tube Cuffed Size 8. 00 1 1 1 100 1 5 10 1 pair pair 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 10 3 3 PAG. 26 OF 61 THE COPY. BEFORE USING IT.Eni S.17 CR 612 CR 613 CR 614 CR 615 CR 700 CR 701 CR 702 CR 703 CR 704 CR 705 CR 706 CR 707 CR 708 CR 800 CR 801 CR 802 CR 803 CR 804 CR 805 CR 806 CR 807 CR 808 CR 809 CR 810 CR 811 CR 812 CR 813 CR 814 CR 815 CR 816 CR 817 CR 818 CR 819 CR 820 CR 821 CR 822 CR 823 CR 900 CR 901 CR 902 CR 903 CR 904 CR 905 CR 906 CR 907 Glucometer Lancets (fingerprick) Alcohol swabs N Multistix (Combur test) Tool Pack Gloves Non Sterile Size 7 Pair Gloves Non Sterile Size 8 Pair Safety Glasses Tweezers toothed Tweezers non-toothed Disposable scalpel pointed blade Disposable scalpel curved blade large Disposable scalpel curved blade small Advanced Airway Pack Laryngoscope Handle S/S Batteries for laryngoscope Blade Straight Miller 3 Blade Curved Mac 3 Endotracheal Tube Cuffed Size 7.A.3.

EQUIPMENTS. 00 PAG. 27 OF 61 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 4 3 10 5 5 5 20 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 2 2 2 1 THE COPY.A.2. 2L 1 Urinary catheter.17 CR 908 CR 909 CR 1000 CR 1001 CR 1002 CR 1003 CR 1004 CR 1005 CR 1100 CR 1101 CR 1102 CR 1103 CR 1104 CR 1105 CR 1106 CR 1107 CR 1108 CR 1200 CR 1201 CR 1202 CR 1203 CR 1204 CR 1205 CR 1206 CR 1207 CR 1208 CR 1209 CR 1210 CR 1211 CR 1212 CR 1213 CR 1214 CR 1300 CR 1301 CR 1302 CR 1303 CR 1304 18 G Cannula Venflon 1 Butterfly cannula 18G 1 Catheter Pack Sterile disposable Catheterisation pack: 1 Plastic spigot sterile 1 Gate clips (plastic) 1 Urine drainage bags. size14fg Needle & Syringe Pack Syringe 10ml c/w Needle 1 Syringe 5ml c/w Needle 1 Syringe 2ml 1 Butterfly Cannula 18G 1 Alcohol Swabs 1 Needle 21G 1 Needle 23G 1 Needle 25g 1 Minor Wounds Pack Dressing Gauze non-sterile 5x5cm each 1 Gauze Sterile 10 x 10 Pack of 5 15 Gauze roll sterile (narrow) 5x10 1 Ribbon Gauze 1. 1 Teflon coated. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. self filling 10ml ballon short term.p.Eni S. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. ONCE PRINTED OUT.3. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .25 cm x 5 m (Nasal packing tape) 1 Band Aid Assorted 100 Eye Pad Sterile 1 Steri Strip 6 x 100mm 10 Steri Strip 6x38mm 6 Betadine Solution 30ml bottle Wound Wash / Eye Wash bottle bottle Cotton wool (sterile) pack 50g 1 Zinc oxide plaster roll 1 Tape Micropore 2. N. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.5cm 1 Alcohol swabs 1 Bandage Pack Bandage Elastic 8cm 1 Bandage Elastic 15cm 1 Coban bandage 5cm 1 Triangular bandage 1 REV. 1. BEFORE USING IT.

8 ml Heparin (unfractionated) Insulin (short acting) Ketamine Magnesium sulphate Naloxone HCl Sodium Bicarbonate Use Ca-channel blocker anti-arrhythmic anti-platelet Beta-blocker Beta-blocker bradycardia hyperkalemia ACE inhibitor sedative cardioversion Ca/Beta blocker.000 u/ml 1000 u/ml .5 mg 5 mg/ml . 28 OF 61 6.17 REV. CA 200 CA 201 CA 202 CA 203 CA 300 CA 301 CA 302 CA 303 CA 304 CA 305 CA 306 CA 307 CA 308 CA 309 CA 310 ITEM Needle & Syringe Pack Syringe 5ml with Needle Butterfly Cannula 18G Alcohol Swabs Medications (ACLS standard) Adenosine Amiadarone Aspirin Atenolol Atenolol Atropine Calcium chloride Captopril Diazepam Epinephrine CA 311 CA 312 CA 313 CA 314 CA 315 CA 316 CA 317 CA 318 CA 319 Glucagon Glyceryl Trinitrate Heparin (low molecular weight) 0. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. metabolic acidosis Dose 3 mg/ml.g. 00 PAG. EQUIPMENTS. 1.d. N.Eni S. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.5 A.1. BEFORE USING IT.D.2. PACK No. 10ml vial spray jet vial vial vial jet vial jet THE COPY. FA/272 in SP catalogue) Heartstream FR2 AED with ECG module AED Pads (pair) Pulse Oximeter Paper Towel (XL) Disposable Razor Alcohol swabs ACLS Handbook ACLS cards (set) UNIT AMOUNT 1 1 pair 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 10 1 1 UNIT AMOUNT 1 1 1 5 5 20 6.E. 10ml 12. 10ml 400 microgram 4.000 As Qty vial 10 vial 4 tablet 5 tablet 10 vial 5 jet 2 jet 2 tablet 20 vial 5 jet 5 1 mg 400 mcg/dose 10. hypoglycemia vasodilator antithrombin antithrombin hyperglycemia anaesthesia anti-arrhythmic opioid o. 2ml 1:10. 10ml 10 mg/ml .3. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. CA 100 CA 101 CA 102 CA 103 CA 104 CA 105 CA 106 CA 107 CA 108 CA 109 ITEM Defib Pack Bag (e. 10ml 50% . ONCE PRINTED OUT.A.p./ml .6 CARDIAC MEDS BAG No. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS 5 1 2 10 1 1 1 10 1 . 2ml 150 mg/3 ml 325mg 50mg 5mg 1mg 10 ml 100mg/ml.2% . 1ml 100 u.1.

N. CH 100 CH 101 CH 200 CH 201 CH 202 CH 203 CH 204 CH 205 CH 206 CH 300 CH 301 CH 302 CH 400 CH 401 CH 402 CH 403 CH 404 CH 405 CH 406 CH 407 CH 408 CH 409 CH 500 CH 501 CH 600 CH 601 CH 700 CH 701 CH 800 CH 801 CH 900 CH 901 CH 902 CH 1000 ITEM HOUSE-CALL BAG Bag ( like an a Responder bag ) Diagnostic (Equipment) Diagnostic set (oto/opth) Stethoscope Sphygmanomometer aneroid Glucometer c/w lancets and test strips Tendon Hammer Thermometer Digital Diagnostic (Disposables) Thermometer sleeves Disposable ear pieces otoscope Needles/Syringes (Disposables) Hypodermic syringes. 23G Hypodermic needles 1½" long. ONCE PRINTED OUT. BEFORE USING IT. Assorted Dressings Gauze swabs. 2ml Hypodermic syringes.p. 50ml 500 ml 100 mg each 2.A.2. 10ml Hypodermic needles. Luer Fitting. Sterile 10x10cm Surgical (instruments) Scissors fine pointed Blades (Disposable) Ampoule breaker soft silicon Gloves (Disposables) Surgical gloves size 7 Surgical gloves size 8 Testing Reagents (Disposables) UNIT AMOUNT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 5 5 5 3 5 10 100 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 pair pair 3 3 THE COPY. 25G Hypodermic needles. 1.17 CA 320 CA 321 CA 322 CA 323 CA 324 Solution glucose D-50 Solution normal saline Tramadol Troponin quicktest Verapamil HCl IV infusion IV infusion analgesic acute infarct Ca-channel blocker REV.5 mg/ml . EQUIPMENTS. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS 1 3 5 3 10 .3. 2ml PAG. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. 29 OF 61 jet bottle vial kit vial 6. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Luer Fitting. 5ml Hypodermic syringes. 21G Hypodermic Insulin Syringes 1ml Lancet (fingerprick) Mediswabs (Isopropyl Alcohol) Adhesive Dressings Bandaid Plasters. 5/8" long. 00 50% .7 HOUSECALL BAG No. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.Eni S. 1" long.1. Luer Fitting.

1.3.2. ONCE PRINTED OUT. simple Desk lamp Desktop in/out tray stack (3 trays) Examination Couch Filing cabinet Instrument trolley Medicine/instrument cupboard (glass doors) Office desk with drawers Office chair high back Paper towel holder Patient chair Pillows Sheets UNIT 50 100 250 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 THE COPY. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . CF 100 CF 101 CF 102 CF 103 CF 104 CF 105 CF 106 CF 107 CF 108 CF 109 CF 110 CF 111 CF 112 CF 113 ITEM Clinic Furnishings Blanket.8 FURNISHINGS AMOUNT REQUIRED for POPULATION of No. N.p.Eni S. 00 PAG. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. EQUIPMENTS. (Combur test) BM Stix Cleaning Solutions (Disposables) Alcohol 70% 50ml Hydrogen peroxide 3% 25ml Miscellaneous (Disposables) Tongue depressors (Wooden) Ear buds (cotton) 100 50 1 1 bottle bottle 1 1 1 1 5 5 REV.A. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. BEFORE USING IT. 30 OF 61 6.17 CH 1001 CH 1002 CH 1100 CH 1101 CH 1102 CH 1200 CH 1201 CH 1202 N-Multistix.1.

1. ET 100 Defibrillator trolley ITEM UNIT AMOUNT ET 101 ET 200 ET 201 ET 202 ET 203 ET 204 ET 205 ET 206 ET 207 ET 300 ET 301 ET 302 ET 303 ET 304 ET 305 ET 306 ET 307 ET 308 ET 309 ET 310 ET 311 ET 312 ET 313 ET 314 ET 315 ET 316 ET 317 ET 318 ET 319 ET 320 ET 321 ET 400 ET 401 ET 402 Trolley : 3 drawer + top shelf + side shelves 1 Top shelves Defibrillator 1 ECG machine 6 channels/12 lead 1 Stethoscope 1 Gel conducting 1 Wet wipes 1 Tissues 1 Tongue depressors 1 Top drawer (AMI /Cardiac Arrest) Epinephrine jet 1:10000 1 Normal Saline 0.17 REV. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.Acute Myocardial Infarct / Cardiac Arrhythmia . FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. 00 PAG. N. : .p.A.3.2 EMERGENCY TROLLEY (Basic Life Support) This stock is for instantaneous life threatening emergency response (Maxcart call).9%. EQUIPMENTS. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 31 OF 61 6. ONCE PRINTED OUT.9% 500ml 1 Cannula 16G 1 Cannula 18G 1 Infusion set 1 IV site dressing (Tagaderm) 1 Mediswabs (alcohol) 1 Gauze (non-sterile) 1 Vial cutter 1 Syringe 10cc with needle 1 Syringe 5cc with needle 1 Syringe insulin 1 Butterfly 18G 1 Middle drawer (Anaphylaxis/Asthma/CCF) Hydrocortisone 100mg 5 Methylprednisolone 40mg/ml 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 5 5 1 1 5 5 2 4 2 1 2 2 1 2 10 10 1 5 5 5 2 5 10 THE COPY. No.Eni S. 10ml 1 Amiadarone 300mg 1 Nitroglycerine spray 1 Aspirin 325mg 1 Furosemide 20mg/2ml 1 Atropine 1mg 1 Diazepam 5mg tab 1 Diazepam 5mg/ml 1 Normal saline 0. BEFORE USING IT.Anaphylaxis / Asthma / Congestive Cardiac Failure It assumes other medications and equipment is available to continue with appropriate Advance Life Support protocols once the time-critical emergency is resolved.2.

EQUIPMENTS.3. size 2 1 Guedel airway.25g/5ml 2 Furosemide 20mg/2ml 5 Normal saline 0. disposable. disposable. 10ml 5 Ventolin inhaler 1 Ventolin neb. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 00 PAG.2. 1. disposable.5ml 10 Atrovent neb.Eni S.A. size 4 1 Ambubag (with reservoir and mask set) 1 Safety glasses REV.p. sol. sol. 2. 500mg/2ml 10 Prednisone 5 mg 20 Atropine 1mg/1ml 2 Magnesium 1.9% 500ml 1 Cannula 16G 2 Cannula 18G 2 Infusion set 1 IV site dressing (Tagaderm) 2 Mediswabs (alcohol) 10 Gauze (non-sterile) 10 Vial cutter 1 Syringe 10cc with needle 5 Syringe 5cc with needle 5 Syringe insulin 5 Butterfly 16G 2 Butterfly 18G 2 Bottom drawer (Miscellaneous) Gillette disposable razors 1 Shaving foam 1 ACLS Pocket Manual 1 ACLS cards set 1 1 Guedel airway. 32 OF 61 2 5 1 10 10 20 2 2 5 1 2 2 1 2 10 10 1 5 5 5 2 2 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 THE COPY. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.5mg/2. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.17 ET 403 ET 404 ET 405 ET 406 ET 407 ET 408 ET 409 ET 410 ET 411 ET 412 ET 413 ET 414 ET 415 ET 416 ET 417 ET 418 ET 419 ET 420 ET 421 ET 422 ET 423 ET 424 ET 500 ET 501 ET 502 ET 503 ET 504 ET 505 ET 506 ET 507 ET 508 ET 509 Promethazine 50mg/2ml 2 Normal Saline 0. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. N. BEFORE USING IT. size 3 1 Guedel airway. ONCE PRINTED OUT.9% .

EQUIPMENTS.17 REV.3 AMBULANCE Ambulance specifications will vary widely depending on the intended use. The vehicle has to be under-sealed and rust-proofed. sanitise and maintain. 6. 33 OF 61 6. 00 PAG. Sanitary compartment internal dimensions minimum. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. make good by using original protection materials.Eni S.A. 1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .3. All interior surfaces should be impervious to stains and easy to wipe. All timber joints to be secured using synthetic resin glue and screwed or bolted. and where injury to staff or patients may occur padding should be positioned on exposed edges. All chassis brackets and metal sub-frames fitted by the body converter are to be degreased and treated with one coat primer and under-body protection.3.1. All step screws. Equipment brackets/shelves/cupboards must be designed/fit to minimise rattles and squeaks.4 Wheel Drive . Where this is removed during work and where new components have been fitted. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.1.2. nuts & bolts must be plated and rust resistant. clean. N.3 ACCESSORIES Supply and fit : - Headrest and harness safety belts for all cab seats.1 VEHICLE Chassis to be supplied in Ambulance form– Turbo Diesel . 6.3. The saloon floor should be constructed of resin bonded plywood overlaid with non-slip floor covering. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. BEFORE USING IT.p. and the availability of secondary portable clinic equipment such as responder bags and stretchers. All exposed edges/corners inside the vehicle must be rounded. 2600 (L) x 1900 (W) x 1900 (H) mm. Joints to be reinforced with metal gusset plates treated against corrosion.3. where necessary. ONCE PRINTED OUT. THE COPY. All new chassis fittings to be de-rusted and coated with primer and finished with a matt tough non-chip paint. Rear doors must provide 1800 opening and be retained in open position by positive release catches. 6. The roof and all interior panels must be suitably reinforced for the fit of accessories.1.2 GENERAL CONSTRUCTION Because of the extreme temperature excursions the vehicle’s thermal insulation must assure an adequate internal/external lapse rate. Individual interior pull handles must be fitted to each door. All cavities between interior/exterior panelling must have adequate thermal insulation and all doors and windows must be adequately sealed draught and weather proofed.3. All timber shall be suitably treated against woodworm and dry rot and fungus growth. and all body sides and edges perfectly sealed.1 AMBULANCE for COLD WEATHER ENVIRONMENT 6. the weather/road conditions at the site of deployment.

2 cupboards with sliding Plexiglas protection.p.1. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. Oxygen system with quick connection sockets. Fire retardant. EQUIPMENTS. Backward facing seat with headrest & safety belt No. ONCE PRINTED OUT. 1 fire extinguisher. 6.3. Interior of rear doors to match saloon interior colour. 00 PAG. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . and handles for each door. Mud guards (front and rear). 6. Interior saloon door panels with reflective striping to provide rear visibility with the doors open. as supplied with platform cab. 4 blue light rotating beacons on the vehicle’s roof corners.17 - REV. and No. N. Electric ventilation system (aspirator/ventilator) on the ceiling with internal automatic shutter. No. Twin fog lamps to/into front bumper.3. 3 sets of vehicle keys. 2 Oxygen cylindres (F or G size) with reducers and anti-fire connection cables. 1. and No. Internal lighting by noon lamp on the ceiling.2. 34 OF 61 Provision for the installation for a VHF radio and roof aerial ground plane (No leisure radio required). No. 1 fire extinguisher within easy reach of driver and from outside vehicle. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. No. BEFORE USING IT. No.3. 2 Vehicle Repair Operation Manual (English and language of country of use).5 DETAILING Exterior colour to be white. gel coated polyester lining panels. THE COPY. Technical rail and technical rack suitable to hold/secure electro-medical equipment. All patient compartment’s windows must be partially opaque. 2 anti-oscillation drop bottle holders. External orange/yellow emergency lights White spotlights over the rear doors to illuminate the loading/operative zone.4 PATIENT CAB - - Partition panel between cab and saloon with partially opaque sliding window. Yelp/wail siren activated from the driver’s cabin. Independent sanitary compartment heater. Very long easy handles in the ceiling panel. Supply and fit to the left side No.Eni S.A.1. Separate air conditioning for the driver’s cabin and for the sanitary compartment. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Revolving surgical shadow-free spot mounted on a roof tech-rail. glassfibre–reinforced. 2 flow meter with humidifier. Heated and electrical operated rear view mirror In-line engine and fuel heater (Webasto or equivalent). Easy cleaning anti-slip floor covering perfectly sealed to prevent water ingress. No. white/blue day-night spotlight. Moulded gel coated ABS/GPR working surface and storage compartments for medical equipment. 2 seats with safety belts on the right wall pre-settled for an additional stretcher. No.

1 semi automatic defibrillator with external pacing capability (Zoll or equivalent) No. ECG.3.17 REV. No. ONCE PRINTED OUT. Resps) (Draeger or equivalent) No. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. AM 100 AM 101 ITEM Emergency Transport (Equipment) Ambulance stretcher (Ferno or equivalent) 1 1 AM 102 Electromechanical rest with translator and loading system for primary stretcher (TR2 STEM or equivalent). 3cm Bandaid Plasters.Eni S.A.5cm x 5m Support Bandages (Disposables) Bandage elastic 8cm Bandage elastic 15cm Bandage Coban 5cm Dressings (Disposables) Cotton Wool balls (non sterile) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 20 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 pack 1 AM 108 AM 109 AM 110 AM 111 AM 112 AM 113 AM 114 AM 115 AM 116 AM 117 AM 200 AM 201 AM 202 AM 300 AM 301 AM 302 AM 303 AM 400 AM 401 AM 402 AM 403 AM 500 AM 501 UNIT AMOUNT THE COPY. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 6. 1 KED extricator Vacuum Mattress Spinal Board Straps set for spinal board Universal head Immobiliser for spinal board Cervical Collar – Universal Traction Splint (Fernotrac .2. N. (NIBP. Sager ) Oxygen (Equipment) Oxygen Cylinder F size Bullnose regulator for F size cylinder Adhesive Dressings (Disposables) Adhesive Bandage roll. 1. SPO2. 35 OF 61 The word “AMBULANCE” marked in 150mm blue reflective letters positioned central in the front. EQUIPMENTS. BEFORE USING IT. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 00 PAG. and across rear doors above the top swage.1. 1 portable multi-parametric monitor. 1 1 AM 104 Locking device to secure the secondary stretcher over the right 1 side seats.3. 1 AM 105 Adjustable scoop stretcher c/w securing device within the sliding door compartment. 1 1 AM 103 Duo-fold emergency secondary stretcher. 1 1 AM 106 Fixed suction with accessories 1 1 AM 107 Portable suction (Laerdale or equivalent) with accessories Automatic lung ventilator (Draeger Oxylog respirator or equivalent) adequately connected to the Oxygen system. Assorted Hypal / Micropore 2. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .6 STOCK No.p.

Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. EQUIPMENTS. ONCE PRINTED OUT. BEFORE USING IT.p. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .3.1. 1. 36 OF 61 6.17 AM 502 AM 600 AM 601 AM 602 AM 700 AM 701 AM 702 AM 703 AM 704 AM 800 AM 801 AM 802 AM 803 AM 900 AM 901 AM 1000 AM 1001 AM 1002 AM 1100 AM 1101 AM 1102 AM 1200 AM 1201 AM 1202 AM 1203 AM 1204 AM 1205 AM 1206 AM 1207 AM 1300 AM 1301 AM 1302 AM 1303 AM 1304 AM 1305 AM 1306 AM 1307 AM 1308 AM 1309 Gauze swabs.3.7 ELECTRICAL - Electrical power take-off adequate to support Ambulance electrical systems including 110-amp alternator. 00 pack 5 100 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 3 pair pair 10 10 bottle bottle 1 1 set 1 100 100 1 1 1 2 10 1 1 2 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 PAG. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.A. N. Sterile 10x10cm (pack of 5) Needles/Syringes (Disposables) Mediswabs (Isopropyl Alcohol) Sharps disposal bin (small) Surgical (instruments) Scissors fine pointed Scissors large (shears) Tweezers toothed Tweezers non-toothed Immobilisation (Disposable) Sam splint (large) Arm sling Triangular Bandage Protective Equipment (Equipment) Yellow Vest Reflective Gloves (Disposables) Surgical gloves size 7 Surgical gloves size 8 Cleaning Solutions (Disposables) Hydrogen peroxide 3% 25ml Povidone iodine 10% 120ml Miscellaneous (Disposables) International Cruciform Card Rustles safety pins.2. THE COPY.Eni S. 5cm Tongue depressors (Wooden) Ear buds (cotton) Body bag Bio Hazard Bags Blood spillage biohazard Kit Miscellaneous (Instruments) Ring Cutter complete Safety glasses Kidney Dish large Stainless Steel Bowls (small) Vomit Bowls Plastic Blanket simple Pillows ACLS handbook ACLS cards (set) REV.

NOTE: - All saloon/emergency lighting is to be installed in manner to ensure no user radio interference. Equipment brackets/shelves/cupboards must be designed/fit to minimise rattles and squeaks. BEFORE USING IT. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. All interior surfaces should be impervious to stains and easy to wipe. 2600 (L) x 1900 (W) x 1900 (H) mm. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 37 OF 61 Separate engine starting /operating battery.p. The coach-builder should extend the power supply to a suitably sized circuit breaker box. 00 PAG. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.Eni S. All exposed edges/corners inside the vehicle must be rounded.1 VEHICLE Chassis to be supplied in Ambulance form– Turbo Diesel . Sanitary compartment internal dimensions minimum.17 - - - REV. Joints to be reinforced with metal gusset plates treated against corrosion. All circuit breakers to be numbered and function clearly identified.4 Wheel Drive . where necessary.3. (best choice at worktop level). etc. on the near side. and to include a resetting facility. All oxygen fittings and piping to comply with current regulations/recommendations and installation to be approved by the equipment supplier. THE COPY.2. All timber shall be suitably treated against woodworm and dry rot and fungus growth. All new chassis fittings to be de-rusted and coated with primer and finished with a matt tough non-chip paint.2 GENERAL CONSTRUCTION All doors and windows must be adequately sealed draught and weather proofed. All chassis brackets and metal sub-frames fitted by the body converter are to be degreased and treated with one coat primer and under-body protection. clean. and powered from the single supply. ONCE PRINTED OUT. sanitise and maintain.2. All timber joints to be secured using synthetic resin glue and screwed or bolted. The roof and all interior panels must be suitably reinforced for the fit of accessories. The electrical isolation is to be upgraded to provide isolation to all vehicle circuits. The circuit breaker box to be mounted on the bulkhead. 1. 6.2.3. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. Additional storage battery 100 A under passengers seat. N.3. The ground plane must be thoroughly grounded to the chassis. and where injury to staff or patients may occur padding should be positioned on exposed edges.e. in the saloon. 6. Electric plant with switchboard for the sanitary compartment complete of 12 V.2 AMBULANCE for WARM WEATHER ENVIRONMENT 6. All conversion electrical circuits must be individually protected by circuit breakers. defibrillator. EQUIPMENTS. monitor. socket/plugs for the electro-medical equipment i.3.A.

1 fire extinguisher within easy reach of driver and from outside vehicle. and No.3. 2 Vehicle Repair Operation Manual (English and language of country of use). 6.2. All step screws. Rear doors must provide 1800 opening and be retained in open position by positive release catches. Internal lighting by noon lamp on the ceiling. EQUIPMENTS. and handles for each door.A. make good by using original protection materials. Individual interior pull handles must be fitted to each door. External orange/yellow emergency lights White spotlights over the rear doors to illuminate the loading/operative zone. glassfibre–reinforced. 3 sets of vehicle keys. Backward facing seat with headrest & safety belt No.3. No. All patient compartment’s windows must be partially opaque. Where this is removed during work and where new components have been fitted. Electric ventilation system (aspirator/ventilator) on the ceiling with internal automatic shutter. white/blue day-night spotlight. 38 OF 61 The vehicle has to be under-sealed and rust-proofed.3 ACCESSORIES Supply and fit : - Headrest and harness safety belts for all cab seats. Separate air conditioning for the driver’s cabin and for the sanitary compartment. 2 anti-oscillation drop bottle holders.Eni S. Easy cleaning anti-slip floor covering perfectly sealed to prevent water ingress. Yelp/wail siren activated from the driver’s cabin. ONCE PRINTED OUT. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 4 blue light rotating beacons on the vehicle’s roof corners. Very long easy handles in the ceiling panel. Technical rail and technical rack suitable to hold/secure electro-medical equipment.p. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Twin fog lamps to/into front bumper. gel coated polyester lining panels. N. 00 PAG. No. 1. 2 seats with safety belts on the right wall pre-settled for an additional stretcher. 6. BEFORE USING IT.2. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. Supply and fit to the left side No.3. and all body sides and edges perfectly sealed. nuts & bolts must be plated and rust resistant.2. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. No. Electrical operated rear view mirror Mud guards (front and rear). The saloon floor should be constructed of resin bonded plywood overlaid with non-slip floor covering. THE COPY. Moulded gel coated ABS/GPR working surface and storage compartments for medical equipment. Fire retardant. No.17 REV.4 PATIENT CAB - Partition panel between cab and saloon with partially opaque sliding window. Provision for the installation for a VHF radio and roof aerial ground plane (No leisure radio required). 2 cupboards with sliding Plexiglas protection.

Eni S.p.A.
Exploration & Production Division

STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES
MEDICATIONS, EQUIPMENTS, FIELD AMBULANCE
AND FIRST AID KITS
DOC. N. 1.3.2.17

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Revolving surgical shadow-free spot mounted on a roof tech-rail.
Oxygen system with quick connection sockets, No. 2 Oxygen cylindres (F or G
size) with reducers and anti-fire connection cables, and No. 2 flow meter with
humidifier.
No. 1 fire extinguisher.

6.3.2.5 DETAILING
Exterior colour to be white, as supplied with platform cab. Interior of rear doors to match
saloon interior colour.
Interior saloon door panels with reflective striping to provide rear visibility with the doors
open.
The word “AMBULANCE” marked in 150mm blue reflective letters positioned central in
the front, and across rear doors above the top swage.
6.3.2.6 STOCK
No.
AM 100
AM 101

ITEM
Emergency Transport (Equipment)
Ambulance stretcher (Ferno or equivalent)

1

1

AM 102

Electromechanical rest with translator and loading system for
primary stretcher (TR2 STEM or equivalent).

1

1

AM 103

Duo-fold emergency secondary stretcher.

1

1

AM 104

Locking device to secure the secondary stretcher over the right
1
side seats.

1

AM 105

Adjustable scoop stretcher c/w securing device within the
sliding door compartment.

1

1

AM 106

Fixed suction with accessories

1

1

AM 107

Portable suction (Laerdale or equivalent) with accessories
Automatic lung ventilator (Draeger Oxylog respirator or
equivalent) adequately connected to the Oxygen system.
No. 1 semi automatic defibrillator with external pacing
capability (Zoll or equivalent)
No. 1 portable multi-parametric monitor. (NIBP, SPO2, ECG,
Resps) (Draeger or equivalent)
No. 1 KED extricator
Vacuum Mattress
Spinal Board
Straps set for spinal board
Universal head Immobiliser for spinal board
Cervical Collar – Universal
Traction Splint (Fernotrac , Sager )
Oxygen (Equipment)
Oxygen Cylinder F size

1

1

1

1

1

1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1

1

1

AM 108
AM 109
AM 110
AM 111
AM 112
AM 113
AM 114
AM 115
AM 116
AM 117
AM 200
AM 201

UNIT

AMOUNT

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Eni S.p.A.
Exploration & Production Division

STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES
MEDICATIONS, EQUIPMENTS, FIELD AMBULANCE
AND FIRST AID KITS
DOC. N. 1.3.2.17

AM 202
AM 300
AM 301
AM 302
AM 303
AM 400
AM 401
AM 402
AM 403
AM 500
AM 501
AM 502
AM 600
AM 601
AM 602
AM 700
AM 701
AM 702
AM 703
AM 704
AM 800
AM 801
AM 802
AM 803
AM 900
AM 901
AM 1000
AM 1001
AM 1002
AM 1100
AM 1101
AM 1102
AM 1200
AM 1201
AM 1202
AM 1203
AM 1204
AM 1205
AM 1206
AM 1207
AM 1300
AM 1301
AM 1302
AM 1303

Bullnose regulator for F size cylinder
Adhesive Dressings (Disposables)
Adhesive Bandage roll, 3cm
Bandaid Plasters, Assorted
Hypal / Micropore 2.5cm x 5m
Support Bandages (Disposables)
Bandage elastic 8cm
Bandage elastic 15cm
Bandage Coban 5cm
Dressings (Disposables)
Cotton Wool balls (non sterile)
Gauze swabs, Sterile 10x10cm (pack of 5)
Needles/Syringes (Disposables)
Mediswabs (Isopropyl Alcohol)
Sharps disposal bin (small)
Surgical (instruments)
Scissors fine pointed
Scissors large (shears)
Tweezers toothed
Tweezers non-toothed
Immobilisation (Disposable)
Sam splint (large)
Arm sling
Triangular Bandage
Protective Equipment (Equipment)
Yellow Vest Reflective
Gloves (Disposables)
Surgical gloves size 7
Surgical gloves size 8
Cleaning Solutions (Disposables)
Hydrogen peroxide 3% 25ml
Povidone iodine 10% 120ml
Miscellaneous (Disposables)
International Cruciform Card
Rustles safety pins, 5cm
Tongue depressors (Wooden)
Ear buds (cotton)
Body bag
Bio Hazard Bags
Blood spillage biohazard Kit
Miscellaneous (Instruments)
Ring Cutter complete
Safety glasses
Kidney Dish large

REV. 00

1

1

1
1
1

2
20
1

1
1
1

2
2
2

pack
pack

1
5

100
1

1
1

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

1
1
1

2
2
2

1

3

pair
pair

10
10

bottle
bottle

1
1

set
1
100
100
1
1
1

2
10
1
1
2
5
1

1
1
1

1
1
1

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Eni S.p.A.
Exploration & Production Division

STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES
MEDICATIONS, EQUIPMENTS, FIELD AMBULANCE
AND FIRST AID KITS
DOC. N. 1.3.2.17

AM 1304
AM 1305
AM 1306
AM 1307
AM 1308
AM 1309

Stainless Steel Bowls (small)
Vomit Bowls Plastic
Blanket simple
Pillows
ACLS handbook
ACLS cards (set)

REV. 00

1
1
1
1
1
1

PAG. 41 OF 61

1
1
2
2
1
1

6.3.2.7 ELECTRICAL
-

-

-

Electrical power take-off adequate to support Ambulance electrical systems
including 110-amp alternator.
Separate engine starting /operating battery.
Additional storage battery 100 A under passengers seat.
Electric plant with switchboard for the sanitary compartment complete of 12 V.
socket/plugs for the electro-medical equipment i.e. defibrillator, monitor, etc. (best
choice at worktop level).
The coach-builder should extend the power supply to a suitably sized circuit
breaker box. All circuit breakers to be numbered and function clearly identified.
All conversion electrical circuits must be individually protected by circuit breakers,
and powered from the single supply. The circuit breaker box to be mounted on
the bulkhead, in the saloon, on the near side, and to include a resetting facility.
The electrical isolation is to be upgraded to provide isolation to all vehicle circuits.

NOTE:
-

All saloon/emergency lighting is to be installed in manner to ensure no user radio
interference.
The ground plane must be thoroughly grounded to the chassis.
All
oxygen
fittings
and
piping
to
comply
with
current
regulations/recommendations and installation to be approved by the equipment
supplier.

6.4 LABORATORY
This stock assumes the laboratory is situated in the main clinic.
Country specific epidemiology will determine the modified local content.
No.
LA 100
LA 101
LA 102
LA 103
LA 104
LA 105

ITEM
EQUIPMENT
Microscope (Olympus)
Reflotron analyser
QBC analyser
QBC analyser printer
QBC-Centrifuge

UNIT

AMOUNT

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

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BEFORE USING IT.17 LA 106 LA 107 LA 108 LA 109 LA 110 LA 200 LA 201 LA 202 LA 203 LA 204 LA 205 LA 206 LA 207 LA 208 LA 209 LA 210 LA 211 LA 212 LA 213 LA 300 LA 301 LA 302 LA 303 LA 304 LA 305 LA 306 LA 307 LA 308 LA 309 LA 310 LA 311 LA 312 LA 313 LA 314 LA 315 LA 316 LA 317 LA 318 LA 319 Measured discharge device 1 Centrifuge Clements 300 1 Refrigerator 1 Base for 10 tubes 1 Base for 40 tubes 1 CONSUMABLES (blood specimen collection) Quick Release Tourniquet 1 Vacuutainer needle holder 1 Softclix Pro 1 Pipettes for measured discharge device 1 Vacutainer needles 22G 0.2x2 10 CONSUMABLES (reflotron) Paper roll 58/55 for Reflotron 1 Pipette tips Reflotron. ONCE PRINTED OUT.p.3. 00 PAG. 42 OF 61 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 2 3 1 1 1 3 2 3 3 20 2 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 THE COPY. EQUIPMENTS. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.2.7x25mm 100 Vacutainer tubes Purple (EDTA) 100 Vacutainer tubes Red (serum) 100 Vacutainer tubes Black (ESR) 100 Pipettes capillary and venous 100 Lancets for finger 100 Mediswab 100 Plasters 100 Linen savers 1. N. 1. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.A. 1000 pce/bag 1000 Serodos Plus (R) universal control Reflotron 1 RTN Kapillaren Reflotron 100 Clean and check for Reflotron 1 Reflotron Precinorm U Reflotron calibration 1 Reflotron CK 15 Reflotron GOT 30 Reflotron GPT 30 Reflotron GGT 30 Reflotron Kalium 30 Reflotron Urea 15 Reflotron Amylase 15 Reflotron Bilirubin 30 Reflotron Hemoglobin 30 Reflotron Glucose 30 Reflotron Creatinine 30 Reflotron Uric Acid 30 Reflotron Urea 15 REV. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.Eni S.

00 15 30 30 30 15 30 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 50 100 set 1 1 1 1 1 1 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 1 1 50 20 25 25 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 50 100 1 1 50 100 20 1 1 1 1 30 100 4 PAG. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.2. BEFORE USING IT. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. 43 OF 61 THE COPY. N.Eni S.727111 REV.May-Grunvald for diff.p.A. 20ml Specimen containers (Urine). FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. ONCE PRINTED OUT. count CONSUMABLES (quicktests) Hexagon HBs Ag 1-step test Hexagon Syphilis complete test Humadrug Amphetamine №30 Humadrug Cannabinoids №30 Humadrug Cocaine №30 Humadrug Ecstasy №30 Humadrug Methamphetamine №30 Humadrug Opiates OPI №30 Pregnancy test (Humapreg or Hexagon) Infectious Mononucleosis Quick test Hemoplus for occult blood in faecies PSA Insta test Rubella test Strep A test Hexagon Helicobacter Troponin Test Express alcohol test CONSUMABLES (glucotests) Accu-chek active for glucometer Combur test (urine) CONSUMALES (specimen collection) Specimen containers (Stool). 20ml Urine-bag paediatric Brush sterile CONSUMABLES (general) ESR-pipette .3. EQUIPMENTS.17 LA 320 LA 321 LA 322 LA 323 LA 324 LA 325 LA 400 LA 401 LA 402 LA 403 LA 404 LA 405 LA 500 LA 501 LA 502 LA 503 LA 504 LA 505 LA 506 LA 507 LA 508 LA 509 LA 510 LA 511 LA 512 LA 513 LA 514 LA 515 LA 516 LA 517 LA 600 LA 601 LA 602 LA 700 LA 701 LA 702 LA 703 LA 704 LA 800 LA 801 Reflotron Pancreatic Amylase Reflotron Triglycerides Reflotron Cholesterol Reflotron Cholesterol HDLP Reflotron precinorm HDL Reflotron ALP CONSUMABLES (microscope) Immersion Oil for microscope Microscope slides Microscope cover glasses 22x50mm Gram stain reagents Dyestuff . PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 1.

6 OBSERVATION WARD This stock assumes a two bed plus one cot inpatient capacity for short periods of observation. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 44 OF 61 1 1 1 3 1 6.2.Eni S. 00 PAG. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. BEFORE USING IT. N.5 AUXILLARY EXAMINATION ROOM This stock is for each examination room additional to the main clinic’s examination room. THE COPY.17 LA 802 LA 803 LA 804 LA 805 LA 806 Microzid liquid disinfectant 1l Hibiscrub with dispenser Protective eyewear Gloves non-sterile size 6-7 Sharp-container 1 1 1 100 1 REV. No.3. AE 100 AE 101 AE 102 AE 103 AE 104 AE 105 AE 106 AE 107 AE 108 AE 109 AE 110 AE 111 AE 112 AE 100 AE 101 AE 102 AE 103 AE 104 AE 106 AE 107 AE 109 AE 110 ITEM FURNISHINGS Blanket simple Desk lamp Desktop in/out tray stack (3 trays) Examination Couch Filing cabinet Instrument Trolley Office desk with drawers Office chair high back Paper towel holder Patient chair Pillows Sheets DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT Diagnostic set (oto/opth) Stethoscope Adult Stethoscope Paediatric Sphygmanomometer aneroid Tendon Hammer Thermometer Digital (normal range) Large Maglite torch Tuning fork ( Gardiner Brown . ONCE PRINTED OUT. 1.A. EQUIPMENTS. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. It is assumed that diagnostic and emergency equipment is available from an adjacent main clinic. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.CO 128 ) UNIT AMOUNT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 6.p.

linen cot Vomit Bowls Plastic PAG. EQUIPMENTS. ITEM BRAND NAME PRESENTATION UNIT IW 100 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT . EXAMPLE of No. Furnishings.2. BEFORE USING IT. (Bubble style) Box @ 30m Miscellaneous Bed Cot Bedpan and Urinal Set Bedside lamp Bedside table Blanket.3. single IV stand free standing on wheels IV stands fitted to bed/cot Overbed table on wheels Paper towel holder Pillow Pillow case Sheet. simple adult bed Blanket. 45 OF 61 REV. Oxygen and Equipment as per Observation Ward. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. linen adult bed Sheet. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.17 No. ONCE PRINTED OUT.MEDICAL STAFF IW 101 Mask P3 (disposable) 3M 9332 valved 10 AMOUNT REQUIRED for POPULATION of 50 100 250 5 10 20 THE COPY. OW 100 OW 101 OW 102 OW 103 OW 200 OW 201 OW 202 ITEM Diagnostic Equipment Stethoscope Sphygnomanometer Thermometer Digital Oxygen Oxygen Cylinder F size Bullnose regulator for F size cylinder OW 203 OW 300 OW 301 OW 302 OW 303 OW 304 OW 305 OW 306 OW 307 OW 308 OW 309 OW 310 OW 311 OW 312 OW 313 OW 314 OW 315 OW 316 OW 317 Oxygen tube. 1.7 ISOLATION WARD Isolation Ward is to include an ante-chamber for dressing up/down of staff and visitors.A.Eni S. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 00 UNIT AMOUNT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 4 2 3 1 3 2 2 2 2 8 4 1 6.p. simple cot Cupboard. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. N.

Code IW 301 Plastic Sack Holder 4501505 IW 302 Plastic Sack Holder IW 303 Wastes plastic sack IW 304 Wastes plastic sack Contaminated sharps IW 305 collector IW 306 IW 400 IW 401 IW 402 IW 403 IW 404 Contaminated sharps collector CONSUMABLES Syringe sterile Syringe Syringe Winged infusion set (Butterfly) IW 405 Cannula (Venflon) Yellow 4501503 blue yellow Code PAG. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. BEFORE USING IT.5ml 5ml 10ml 19 G 21 G 23 G 14 G 16 G 18 G 22 G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 25 50 25 25 25 25 10 10 10 10 50 100 50 50 25 25 20 20 20 20 100 200 100 100 25 25 40 40 40 40 THE COPY. EQUIPMENTS.3. ONCE PRINTED OUT. 46 OF 61 REV.A. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.Eni S. N.p. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.PERSONNELL AND VISITORS IW 201 Mask P2 (disposable) Arco P2 20 5 IW 105 Goggles IW 202 Coverall Microgard 2000 Professional Code 1762000 (or equivalent) Microgard 2000 IW 203 Overshoes (disposable) Code 1763300 IW 204 Vinyl Gloves (disposable) IW 300 CLINICAL WASTES SEGREGATION Blue . PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 00 size M 1 5 10 20 size L size XL size XXL 1 1 1 5 5 5 10 5 5 20 10 10 one size size L 100 100 1 1 1 2 1 3 20L 1 1 1 1 20L 20L 20L 1 roll roll 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 3 Medium 1 1 2 3 Large 1 1 2 3 2.17 IW 102 Coverall Microgard 2500 Professional Code 1724600 IW 103 Overshoes (disposable) IW 104 Latex Gloves (disposable) Code 1763300 Microgard 2000 size M size L size XL size XXL 1 1 1 1 5 5 5 5 10 10 5 5 20 20 10 10 one size size M size L 100 100 100 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 1 1 10 20 Arco Indirect Vent Code 325300 1 4 ARCO Al Contagious Diseases PPE Container Code 3180165 60x40x40cm 1 1 IW 106 Case IW 200 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT . 1.2.

XR 100 XR 101 XR 102 XR 103 XR 104 XR 105 XR 106 XR 107 XR 108 XR 200 XR 201 XR 202 XR 300 XR 301 XR 400 XR 401 XR 402 XR 403 ITEM X-RAY EQUIPMENT X-ray unit with accessories Automated x-ray developer Lead Aprons Lead hat Lead blanket Stand for aprons X-ray Box X-ray filing cabinets X-RAY CONSUMABLES X-ray film assorted size X-ray developer reagents ULTRASOUND Ultasound unit ULTRASOUND CONSUMABLES Photo paper Conducting jel Paper towel roll UNIT AMOUNT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set set 1 1 1 1 box 1 1 1 1 1 THE COPY. line sterile Gauze sterile Gauze non sterile Cottonwool I. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.p.A. 00 1 100 100 1 1 1 100 100 50 1 1 1 10 1 1 2 100 2 2 2 20 1 2 3 200 4 4 4 40 2 3 5 50ml 25ml 200ml 500ml 500ml 1 1 1 1 1 100 5 2 1 1 1 1 10 10 2 2 2 2 20 20 3 3 3 4 500g 5L 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 100 2 3 4 100g Pal Clinical Hard Surface IW 603 Wipes 6. N. dressing sterile Tourniquet Tongue depressors Alcohol swabs SKIN CLEANSING Alcohol ethilic 90% Iodium solution 5% Citrosil or equivalent Betadine Hibiscrub or equivalent Pal Hand Sanitising Wipes INSTRUMENTS AND SURFACES CLEANSING Chloramine powder Surface disinfectant PAG. BEFORE USING IT. ONCE PRINTED OUT. 1. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.17 IW 406 IW 407 IW 408 IW 409 IW 410 IW 411 IW 412 IW 413 IW 500 IW 501 IW 502 IW 503 IW 504 IW 505 IW 506 IW 600 IW 601 IW 602 I.3.2.Eni S. 47 OF 61 REV. EQUIPMENTS. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .V.V.8 X-RAY ROOM The x-ray room is to comply with local legislation pertaining to radiation insulation. No.

PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 00 PAG.Eni S. 48 OF 61 6.p. BEFORE USING IT. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.17 REV.A.9 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SCREENING ROOM This stock presupposes the presence of nearby x-ray facility and laboratory. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. N. 1. No.2. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.3.CO 128 ) Peak Flow Meter 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 OH 110 OH 111 OH 112 OH 113 OH 114 OH 115 OH 116 OH 117 OH 118 OH 119 OH 120 OH 121 OH 200 Snellens Vision Chart Ishara colour charts Mini Wright Peak flow meter X-ray view box Weighing scales with height measure Pulse Oxymeter Tape measure (tailor's) Audiometer Treadmill ECG machine 6 channels/12 lead Glucometer c/w lancets and test strips Ultrasound unit with accessories FURNISHINGS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 OH 201 OH 202 OH 203 OH 204 OH 205 Blanket simple Desk lamp Desktop in/out tray stack (3 trays) Examination Couch Filing cabinet 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 THE COPY. EQUIPMENTS. ONCE PRINTED OUT. ITEM UNIT AMOUNT OH 100 DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT OH 101 OH 102 OH 103 OH 104 OH 105 Diagnostic set (oto/opth) Stethoscope Adult Stethoscope Paediatric Sphygmanomometer Tendon Hammer 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 OH 106 OH 107 OH 108 OH 109 Thermometer Digital (normal range) Large Maglite torch Tuning fork ( Gardiner Brown .

3.17 OH 206 OH 207 OH 208 OH 209 OH 210 OH 211 OH 212 OH 300 OH 301 OH 302 OH 303 OH 304 OH 305 OH 306 OH 307 OH 308 OH 309 OH 310 OH 311 OH 312 OH 313 OH 314 OH 315 OH 316 OH 317 Instrument Trolley Office desk with drawers Office chair high back Paper towel holder Patient chair Pillows Sheets CONSUMABLES K-Y jelly Vaginal Speculum disposable (medium) Disposable razors ECG dots ECG conductive jelly ECG paper (compatible with ECgraph) Lancet (fingerprick) Mediswabs (Isopropyl Alcohol) Sharps disposal bin (large) Surgical gloves size 7 Surgical gloves size 8 Specimen containers (Stool). EQUIPMENTS. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. ONCE PRINTED OUT. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. BEFORE USING IT. 20ml Vacuutainer tubes set (10 each : red. 20ml Specimen containers (Urine).A. purple.Eni S. N. 1. FS 100 FS 101 FS 102 FS 200 FS 201 FS 202 FS 300 FS 301 FS 302 ITEM Standard Kits Level 2 Advanced First Aid Kit Blood Spillage Kit Protective Equipment Yellow Vest Reflective Safety glasses Emergency Transport Equipment Adjustable scoop stretcher Manual portable suction device FS 303 FS 304 FS 305 Yankhauer suction tube KED extricator Vacuum Mattress UNIT AMOUNT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 THE COPY. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .2. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.p.10 FIRST AID STATION No. 00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 100 1 1 100 100 1 100 100 1 1 1 10 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 10 set 100 1 100 1 1 PAG. 49 OF 61 1 6. black) Vacuutainer needles 23G Vacuutainer needle holder Urine Multistix REV.

N. 1. 5cm Tongue depressors (Wooden) Ear buds (cotton) Body bag Bio Hazard Bags Blood spillage Kit Oxygen Oxygen Cylinder F size Bullnose regulator for F size cylinder Furnishings Examination Couch Blanket simple Office desk with drawers Office chair high back Desk lamp Desktop in/out tray stack (3 trays) Patient chair Filing cabinet Instrument Trolley Paper towel holder Pillows Sheets 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 100 100 1 1 1 1 10 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 REV.Eni S.A. 50 OF 61 6. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. ONCE PRINTED OUT.2. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .11 TRIAGE FACILITY This Triage Facility is designed for initial response to a mass casualty situation involving 10 injured individuals.p. 00 PAG. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. EQUIPMENTS. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.17 FS 306 FS 307 FS 308 FS 400 FS 401 FS 402 FS 403 FS 404 FS 405 FS 500 FS 501 FS 502 FS 503 FS 504 FS 600 FS 601 FS 602 FS 603 FS 604 FS 605 FS 606 FS 607 FS 700 FS 701 FS 702 FS 800 FS 801 FS 802 FS 803 FS 804 FS 805 FS 806 FS 807 FS 808 FS 809 FS 810 FS 811 FS 812 Spinal Board Straps set for spinal board Universal head Immobiliser for spinal board Diagnostic Equipment Diagnostic set (oto/opth) Stethoscope Adult Sphygnomanometer Thermometer Digital (normal range) Large Maglite torch Instruments Ring Cutter complete Kidney Dish large Stainless Steel Bowls (small) Vomit Bowls Plastic Disposables Sharps container Rustles safety pins. THE COPY. BEFORE USING IT.3.

2. 51 OF 61 It is assumed equipped emergency response teams and vehicles will be summoned and will respond. TR 100 TR 101 TR 102 TR 200 TR 201 TR 202 TR 203 TR 204 TR 300 TR 301 TR 302 TR 303 ITEM Standard Kits Blood Spillage Kit International Cruciform Card Protective Equipment Safety glasses Latex Gloves (disposable) Large Coverall Overshoes (disposable) Emergency Transport Equipment Cervical Collar – stiff neck medium Cervical Collar – stiff neck large Vacuum Mattress TR 304 TR 305 TR 306 TR 400 TR 401 TR 402 TR 403 TR 404 TR 405 TR 500 TR 501 TR 502 TR 503 TR 600 TR 601 TR 602 TR 603 TR 604 TR 605 TR 606 TR 607 TR 608 TR 609 TR 610 TR 611 Spinal Board Straps set for spinal board Universal head Immobiliser for spinal board Diagnostic Equipment Diagnostic set (oto/opth) Stethoscope Adult Sphygnomanometer Thermometer Digital (normal range) Large Maglite torch Instruments Pulse Oxymeter Tourniquet (quick release) Vomit Bowls Plastic Disposables Bandage elastic 15 cm (crepe) Sam splint (large) Arm sling Burn Shield Gel Dressing 10x10cm Cling Film 50cm x 25cm Sharps container Disposable scalpel pointed blade Disposable scalpel curved blade large Rustles safety pins. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. EQUIPMENTS.p. 5cm Tongue depressors (Wooden) Paper towel roll UNIT AMOUNT 1 set 1 10 1 100 1 100 3 1 10 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 100 1 20 10 5 20 2 1 5 5 40 1 3 THE COPY. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. 00 PAG.A. 1.17 REV. BEFORE USING IT.3. ONCE PRINTED OUT. N. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . No.Eni S.

Thus.9% 500ml Airways Ambubag (with reservoir and mask set) Manual suction device Yankhauer suction tube Guedel airway. disposable. BEFORE USING IT.12. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. disposable. 00 PAG. disposable. N. line sterile I.A. 1.2. a two man team operating in a very remote or dangerous locality may require one member to have basic first aid capability and the other to have more advanced skills. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . ONCE PRINTED OUT. size 4 Disposable one way CPR shield 1 1 1 100 1 100 5L 3 10 30 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 10 10 20 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 20 20 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 10 REV.3. EQUIPMENTS. 52 OF 61 6. size 2 Guedel airway. size 3 Guedel airway. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.Eni S. dressing sterile Sodium Chloride 0.1 NUMBER OF FIRST AIDERS The number of first aiders and their level of competence will depend on both the size of the workforce exposed and the degree of risk. while a team of 25 operating close to high THE COPY.V. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.p.V.12 FIRST AID KITS 6.17 TR 612 TR 613 TR 614 TR 615 TR 616 TR 617 TR 618 TR 700 TR 701 TR 702 TR 800 TR 801 TR 802 TR 803 TR 804 TR 805 TR 806 TR 900 TR 901 TR 902 TR 903 TR 904 TR 905 TR 906 TR 907 TR 908 TR 909 TR 1000 TR 1001 TR 1002 TR 1003 TR 1004 TR 1005 TR 1006 TR 1007 Body bag Bio Hazard Bags Gauze sterile Gauze non sterile Wound Wash / Eye Wash bottle Alcohol swabs Surface disinfectant Oxygen Oxygen Cylinder D size Bullnose regulator for F size cylinder Furnishings Camp cot (foldable) Chairs (plastic) Pillows Sheets Blankets Instrument Trolley Intravenous Therapy Winged infusion set (Butterfly) 19G Winged infusion set (Butterfly) 21G Winged infusion set (Butterfly) 23G Cannula (Venflon) 14G Cannula (Venflon) 16G Cannula (Venflon) 18G I.

application of simple splints .contents and use of Level 1 first aid kits .12. BEFORE USING IT. Assessment of a first aider’s qualifications will require scrutiny of their training. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. hypothermia.application of simple dressings . First aiders should carry a valid recognised certificate of first aid training preferably of international standards.relevant safety data sheets .A. 1. In addition.management of simple wounds .treatment for shock. Breathing.basic control of external bleeding .emergency call-out procedure .management of the unconscious patient .cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) .initial treatment of thermal or chemical injuries . EQUIPMENTS.ability to provide clear details of injury/illness 6. burns .Eni S. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . certain countries may have national guidelines stipulating numbers of first aiders required for given numbers of workers.use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) .priorities (ABC : Airway.communication and delegation in an emergency .eye washing of foreign bodies and chemical splashes .basic hygene .12.p. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 53 OF 61 quality medical facilities with good means of communication and evacuation may require only one first aider. ONCE PRINTED OUT.use and application of the recovery position . 6. 6.immobilisation of injured parts .3.various types of dressings . Circulation) .1 Level 1 : Basic first aid Knowledge and skills : .2.contents and use of Level 2 first aid kit .scene assessment and prevention of secondary accident (including self protection) . FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.transportation of an injured or ill person . 00 PAG.2 Level 2 : Advanced first aid Knowledge and skills (in addition to level 1): .2 LEVEL OF COMPETENCE OF FIRST AIDERS Content and duration of training courses and titles given to trained first aiders vary widely from country to country and even between training institutes within the same country. N.specific workplace risks simple record keeping THE COPY. immersion. but which should at least meet national requirements.12. experience and references. heat injury.17 REV.2.2.management of bleeding .prevention of blood borne pathogens and other associated hazards .

2. 1. N. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. No.6 Level 3 : Medics.3 LEVEL 1 : BASIC FIRST AID KIT This Basic First Aid Kit is suitable for vehicles on a short trip where a primary health care facility is within easy reach.emergency response plan . non sterile 110 x FA 108 110 x 155 (cm) FA 109 bandaids FA 110 blanket: silver. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) Medics.2.Eni S. 00 PAG. 6.2. Recertification should take place at least every three years.12. 7.administration of identified drugs and medicines under qualified supervision 6.2. are individuals with specialised training in emergency care. heavy crepe.3. medium bags: plastic. 6.2. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . 5cm bandage.contents and use of Level 3 medical kit (see Responder Bag. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.12. rescue FA 111 cotton buds UNIT AMOUNT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 100 1 100 1 1 1 THE COPY.5 Supervision All first aiders need supervision by competent company approved health professionals.A.4 Recertification and maintenance of skills First aid and resuscitation skills decline rapidly without practice.12. In the interim.5cm bandage.3 Other abilities In certain circumstances first aiders may need to drive or operate radio equipment in order to fulfil their first aid responsibilities. ONCE PRINTED OUT.17 REV. Knowledge and skills : . small bandage. or level 3 healthcare providers.p. 6. conforming.5cm bandage. Records should be kept of each individual’s training. skills should be maintained through participation in drills. BEFORE USING IT. and Cardiac Meds Bag above) . 7. Paramedics. conforming. They are accredited by various professional organisations around the world and are usually employed in field operations to manage medical emergencies with remote support from a doctor or nurse.12.food hygene . FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 54 OF 61 6. FA 100 FA 101 FA 102 FA 103 FA 104 FA 105 FA 106 FA 107 ITEM LEVEL 1 : BASIC FIRST AID KIT plastic box bags: plastic. triangular. Paramedics and EMTs. EQUIPMENTS. AED Bag.12. large bags: plastic.

A. splinter gloves. Loperanide CHl Imodium caps 3. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. Day & night remedies phenyramine tabs 4. 55 OF 61 REV. disposable resusc. 5x5 cm Hydrogen peroxide 3% 25ml Povidone iodine 10% 120ml 1 1 30ml 1 1 pair pair 10 1 1 1 10 1 5 10 1 1 PAG.4 LEVEL 1 : INTERMEDIATE FIRST AID KIT This Intermediate First Aid Kit is suitable for vehicles on trips of intermediate duration where a primary health care facility is not within easy reach. ne+Caffeine Solpadeine 9. blunt sharp.6 Drugs used in nausea and vertigo.Eni S. 1.latex. elastoplast elastic 2. EQUIPMENTS.p.2. BNF CLASSIFICATION EXAMPLE of BRAND NAME STRENGTH GENERIC NAME UNIT AMOUNT kit 1 FB 100 LEVEL 1 : INTERMEDIATE FIRST AID KIT FB 101 FB 102 FB 103 FB 104 FB 105 FB 106 FB 107 Contents of Level 1 Basic First Aid Kit 1.5cm tape.2 Oral sodium Oral Rehydron and water.2 Antimotility drugs. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.1 Aluminium and magnesium containing Aluminium antacids Hydroxide Susp. saline face shield.4. forceps. disposable latex .1. stainless steel. Sterile 10x10cm Gauze swabs (non sterile).2. assorted scissors. 7.5 cm swab/wipe. Cinnarizine tab Stugeron tab 4.9g 1 bx 2mg 10 scht/box THE COPY.1 Non-opioid Paracetamol+Codei analgesics. wound field 15 eye pad: sterile eyewash. N. sterile. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. 00 3 2 6 1 1 4 4 1 1 5 10 2 1 1 1 2 1 6.7.5cm x 5m Gauze swabs.3. betadine (antiseptic) swab gauze. Maalox 1. ONCE PRINTED OUT. BEFORE USING IT. large gloves. Salts Rehydron 200ml bottle 1 bt 6 tab/box 1 bx 20 tab/box 1 bx 25mg 50 tab/box 500mg/8mg/3 0mg 12 tab/box 1 bx 18. and is also suitable for offices. alcohol swab.5cm x 7. No. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS 1 bx .11 Other cold Paracetamol. medium safety pins. 12.17 FA 112 FA 113 FA 114 FA 115 FA 116 FA 117 FA 118 FA 119 FA 120 FA 121 FA 122 FA 123 FA 124 FA 125 FA 126 FA 127 FA 128 dressing.1. disposable.12.

17 FB 108 FB 109 FB 110 FB 111 10.p.1.2 Stimulant laxatives 3.7 Mucolytics 5.3 Broad-spectrum penicillins.1. and astringents. 3.8 Sulphonamides and trimethoprim.1 Tear deficiency. 3.1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . and is also suitable for residences in remote locations.12.3.2mg 24 tab/box Eurax cream 10%-30g 1 tube 1 bx 1 tu 6.3. BNF CLASSIFICATION EXAMPLE of BRAND NAME STRENGTH GENERIC NAME UNIT AMOUNT kit 1 FC 100 LEVEL 1 : COMPREHENSIVE FIRST AID KIT FC 101 FC 102 FC 103 FC 104 FC 105 FC 106 FC 107 FC 108 FC 109 Contents of Level 2 Intermediate First Aid Kit 1.4 Topical corticosteroids Bisacodyl tab Dulcolax Ventolin Salbutamol inhaler inhaler 5mg 30 tab/box 1 bx 100mcg/dose 1inhaler Loratadine tab Clarityn tabs 10mg Carbocisteine syrup Mucolar 125mg/5ml Ospamox 500mg Amoxicillin tab tab.1.6.1 Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. 10. 15 tab/box 1bottle 1 bx 1 bt 12 tab/box 1 bx Co-Trimoxazole tab Bactrim 480mg 10 tab/box 1 bx Ibuprofen tab 400mg 10 tab/box 1 bx 0. 11.6mg/1. 11. N.8.1 Antihistamines.A.3 Lozenges and sprays.1 Otitis externa FC 110 FC 111 13. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.4.3.2. 12.3 Anti-infective eye preparations 12.1.2 Rubefacients and other topical antirheumatics. 56 OF 61 REV. 13. No.3 Topical local anaesthetics and antipruritics. 5.3% 5ml 1 bottle 1 bt 1 bottle 1 bt 1 tube 1 tu Norfloxacin drops Normax Phenazone. 10% 35g tube 1 tu 0. EQUIPMENTS. ocular lubricants.Eni S. Methylsalicylate + Menthol Deep Heat Tetrahydrozoline Visine Amylmetacresol.dic hlorobenzyl alcohol Strepsils Crotamiton PAG. BEFORE USING IT.1.1 Selective beta2-adrenoceptor stimulants. 1. ONCE PRINTED OUT.1. 00 15%.05% 1 bottle 1 bt 0. lidocaine HCl. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 95% alcohol and glycerol Otipax Hydrocortisone Hypocort 1% 10g THE COPY. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.5 LEVEL 1 : COMPREHENSIVE FIRST AID KIT This Comprehensive First Aid Kit is suitable for vehicles on a long trip where a primary health care facility is not within reach.

size 3 FD 111 Guedel airway. ONCE PRINTED OUT. size 4 FD 112 Jelonet (vaseline gauze) 10x10 cm FD 113 Disposable scalpel pointed blade FD 114 Disposable scalpel curved blade large FD 115 Sam splint (large) FD 116 Arm sling FD 117 Sodium Chloride 0.17 REV.universal UNIT AMOUNT 1 10 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 6. CPR and advanced first aid for trauma. 16G FD 106 Butterfly cannula 18G FD 107 Infusion set FD 108 Opsite IV site dressing FD 109 Guedel airway. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS .2.3.A. No. 1. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. disposable.13.500ml FD 120 Cervical collar . ITEM FD 100 LEVEL 2 : ADVANCED FIRST AID KIT Contents of Level 1 Comprehensive FD 101 First Aid Kit FD 102 Steristrips 6mm x 38mm FD 103 Steristrips 6mm x 100mm FD 104 Ribbon Gauze 1. 00 PAG. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.6 LEVEL 2 FIRST AID KIT This Level 2 First Aid Kit is suitable for use by first aiders trained in Basic Life Support.12. BEFORE USING IT.25 cm x 5 m FD 105 I V cannula.9% .13 PROCEDURE KITS 6. EQUIPMENTS.1 BLOOD SPILL KIT No. BK 100 BK 101 BK 102 BK 103 BK 104 BK 105 BK 106 BK 200 ITEM Personal Protective Equipment Gloves latex non-sterile Gloves rubber (kitchen) Mask disposable paper Plastic apron disposable Plastic booties disposable Eye protection glasses (reusable) Clean-up materials UNIT AMOUNT pair pair 1 1 pair 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 THE COPY. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.Eni S.p. size 2 FD 110 Guedel airway. 57 OF 61 6. N. disposable. disposable.

BEFORE USING IT. work-related diseases and occupational accidents The Employee Protection Program. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. 58 OF 61 1 2 1 2 4 1 1 6.Eni S. EQUIPMENTS.3. Occupational Health Surveillance GIPSI supports the Affiliate/Consociate H(SE) Department health surveillance programmes. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . Data is stored in a central server in Milan and accessed worldwide via the internet. 00 PAG.2. N. ONCE PRINTED OUT.17 BK 201 BK 202 BK 203 BK 204 BK 205 BK 206 BK 207 Paper towels Sponge Scouring pad /sponge Plastic bags large biohazard Plastic bag ties Household bleach 1:10 solution Spray bottle (reusable) roll 1 1 1 1 500ml 1 REV. Recording of information about work related diseases and occupational accidents is incorporated as required by the Integrated Health Management System.p. and simplifies financial management. GIPSI is available to Consociates/Affiliates and allows Health Department Personnel to manage all personal information and medical data of Eni staff. procurement and accurate management of drug expiry dates. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Monitoring of illness. and incorporates the planning and recording of personal physical examinations and vaccinations.A. (local or expatriate). 1. The tracking system supports proper control of risk and hazards (HRA) H(SE) Integrated System Reporting THE COPY. Individual Electronic Clinical Report GIPSI gives rapid. structured web-based access to the Clinic Report and provides a modern system for tracking occupational health and medical support issues All the information relating to an employee working for an Affiliate/Subsidiary is displayed and instantly available for the local Company Doctor. Pharmacy Management GIPSI facilitates proper control of all local pharmacy stock. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.14 GIPSI The GIPSI Tracking System allows management of occupational health and medical support operations. or other authorised personnel worldwide. and the evaluation of Heath Risk assessment results help the medical doctor and HSE department to prevent and manage ill health.

p.5 or higher . In addition.. cardiology.eni. who work in sites far from specialized hospitals (foreign countries.A. infectious diseases. EQUIPMENTS. small province hospitals. observations.3. electrocardiographs. 59 OF 61 The required Standard Reporting of Health activities [Standard HSE Reporting doc n° 1.15 MEDFORGE MedForge. was devised to provide doctors. 1. doctors in remote and logistically difficult areas). In the event of synchronous teleconsultation. MedForge allows two types of teleconsultation: synchronous and asynchronous (i.2.32 issued December 2005] is simplified and reports are automatically updated and generated. With MedForge. the system is utilized only when the doctor is facing a particularly complex case that requires the intervention of a specialist. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. Once the patient’s medical chart is transferred. Equipment required includes : . the doctor acquires the necessary data in an electronic format through a series of devices: film digitizers.Eni S. MedForge can either transfer data immediately (in the event of urgency or if a large bandwidth is available) or plan the transmission at a later time.e. i.Serial or USB Smart Card Reader .e.. dermatology. the doctor’s traditional work process is not altered i. not in real time). without the doctor having to learn different procedures for each type of test. the doctors visualize the information on their respective monitors and can co-operate by introducing notes and modifying the visualization parameters of the images.1. even if it is simply to confirm a diagnosis or support a clinical decision.e. Once all the necessary information (tests. MedForge proceeds with the automatic transmission of the report to the requesting doctor and also performs an archiving function. the doctor arranges for it to be sent to the selected specialist center. with the support of colleagues specialized in the different medical disciplines: radiology. at night. the requesting doctor’s computer and the specialist’s one host exactly the same information.WORD 2000 Professional Operating System or higher .3. the teleconsultation software designed by CEFRIEL. the system allows groups of specialists to share information in a simple and efficient manner. N. digital cameras. patient’s medical history) is acquired. In the event of asynchronous teleconsultation. etc. BEFORE USING IT.Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.it/ site Setup file for client components (installs both Smart Card Reader drivers and ActiveX component) 6. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. thus creating potential medical networks of excellence across a wide geographical area. THE COPY. ONCE PRINTED OUT.Access to http://gipsi. The safety of transmission and the respect of privacy are guaranteed at the application level. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . when the computer is not in use and the lines are more available. the specialist views the data received and draws up the report in complete autonomy. and general internal medicine.17 REV. The acquisition of the different information is carried out by the same graphic interface. 00 PAG. In these situations.

magnify a detail. Once the teleconsultation is completed. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS. II e III. they can use the videoconference system integrated into MedForge.2. the doctors can talk to each other on the phone or. the specialist prepares a report that is transmitted and also archived with the other data of the examined case. Film Digitizer We suggest the use of Vidar devices (www. Digital ECG THE COPY. and write notes on images and on the patient’s medical chart. FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC.filmdigitizer. BEFORE USING IT. Document Scanner Every work-station should be equipped with a document scanner for digitizing papers and printed images.com). Burdick Eclipse 850. For this item we have no special requirements. Nikon D100) Digital ECG: Marquette MacPC. Digital Camera Using the built in software. making them visible simultaneously on the two computers. A reflex camera is preferred as this allows the use of standard lenses that are useful in applications such as dermatology. 60 OF 61 For example.Eni S. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.4Ghz CPU or equivalent RAM: 512 MB Hard Disk: 80 GB Graphic card: 1024x768 SVGA I/O ports: Type and number depends on connected devices. MedForge transfers these notes in real time. ONCE PRINTED OUT. Document Scanner: No specific needs Film Digitizer: Vidar Sierra Plus Digital camera: No specific needs (e.A. N. EQUIPMENTS.g. 1. it is possible to circle an area of the X-ray. if there is sufficient bandwidth. MEDFORGE can be used with any digital camera supporting TWAIN. Philips PageWriter Trim I.3. As they visualize the patient’s files on their monitors. 00 PAG.p. different acquisition devices can be connected to MedForge. In the following you can find a typical set that includes devices successfully tested.17 REV. tested and approved by the medical staff of ENI group. Recommended Devices Monitor: Multimedia: 17” Color Monitor Webcam + Audio I/O Kit (headphones and microphone) Depending on the specific needs. Recommended Computer Requirements Processor: Pentium IV 2.

FIELD AMBULANCE AND FIRST AID KITS DOC. Other models should be pre-approved by CEFRIEL.burdick.p.17 REV.com/ecgs. 61 OF 61 MedForge has been used successfully in conjunction with GEMS-MarquetteHellige MacPC and Burdick Eclipse850 (http://www. EQUIPMENTS. Exploration & Production Division STANDARD FOR LOCAL MEDICAL FACILITIES MEDICATIONS.Eni S.html). An alternative to digital output ECG units is the scanning of conventional paper traces that can then be incorporated into MedForge processes. BEFORE USING IT. 00 PAG.2. ONCE PRINTED OUT.A. BECOMES A NON CONTROLLED DOCUMENT.3. 1. PLEASE VERIFY THE REVISION STATUS . N. THE COPY.