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When stranded on an uninhabited island there would be many things to bring along to survive The first thing I think of to take with me is a first aid kit The kit would contain many useful items bandages being one of them Bandages help with many things not just injuries Yes they can splint an injured joint or aid a cut but there are many more things to do with them For instance bandages can serve as a form of a rope or string I could tie things together with them for all sorts of handy inventions The best part is they are reusable I could just wash them which brings me along to the next thing the first aid kit would hold disinfectant Though it may sting at first it can be used to treat open wounds and prevent from infection Im not very fond of the idea of being stranded on an island with a serious medical condition Disinfectant could also be used to clean food It may sound gross and weird but putting some disinfectant on my meal could prevent it from being my last In addition it could be used to make grills pots and weapons clean as a whistle It wouldnt be great if I was eating out of a filthy pot or cooking food on an area that wasnt sanitary Lastly the first aid kit would hold a scalpel Scalpels of course can be used for very serious injuries but they have many more hidden uses as well Though small a scalpel can be used to hunt miniature animals which very well may keep me alive Preparing food could be another one of its uses Just because it may sound like a scalpel shouldnt be used or treating wounds preparing food and hunting cleaning it with some disinfectant would make it dirt free Being stranded on a deserted island is something I would never wish upon anyone but
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