- Adult diapers, large and extra large
- Bath wipes, x 2
- Dressing supplies, including gauze, abd pads, tegaderms, and even my very own suture removal kit and two pairs of bandage scissors
- Isolation gown, goggles, and mask
- Lotsa rubber gloves. Can never have too many of those
- Foley catheters, urimeters, leg bags, a urinal
- Various creams, lotions, skin care ephemera
- Two sizes of emesis basins
- A sphygmomenometer! And a stethoscope! Apparently I didn't really need to be using the set I'd purchased seven years ago for nursing school.
- Lab collection supplies
"As a matter of fact, I do! Let me just run to my car..." Thusly averting a messy situation.
And also, when your little puddle-drinking poo-sniffing dachshund starts suffering from diarrhea which turns bloody, it sure was convenient to have rubber gloves and a stool specimen cup laying around with which to take a sample to his vet. I don't think that was the intended purpose of the "car kit," but hey, now the little guy is started on his course of Flagyl and hopefully he'll be back to his energetic puddle-drinking poo-sniffing self soon.
So, to answer your question, yes, those are adult diapers in my car. What's in your trunk?