I'm sorry I don't have any info to help with this, but just wanted to add that I will be interested in knowing this also, and will be keeping an eye on this post for a good answer. Thanks for the question!
Not in any particular order... This is what what we have in our poultry medicine chest.... not just for ER situations.
Flock health history journal
Avian vet's phone number
Lanolin - Food grade - protect combs, wattles from frostbite, for leg mites
Tea Tree Oil- antiseptic, germicide, fungicide pain killer
Aloe vera gel - skin rash, scratches near eyes
Apple cider vinegar w/mother
VetRx or Eucalyptus Oil - for congestion, respiratory
VetRap - hold gauze or pad in place on wound
Epsom Salts - soak wounds, injuries or flush for botulism
Needless syringes or medicine droppers
Heat lamp & bulb
Flashlight & batteries
Bach Flower Essences Rescue Remedy - for stress due to injury
Calendula ointment - for cuts
Vitamins & Electrolytes
Small sewing kit with cotton thread w/needle threader
Hydrogen peroxide - cleanse & remove debris from wounds
And I always have honey and garlic on hand. Either can be used on wounds.
The cayenne is a hot pepper which has had a long history of use in herbology. Its active ingredient is capsaicin. When taken internally it can warm the body, raise metabolism, improve weak digestion and increase circulation. Cayenne may also have some supportive activity as an antimicrobial to help control infections such as pneumonia.
Added to apple cider vinegar and water for respiratory problems, a natural wormer (preventative), can be used as pain reducer (if not using aspirin), help with coccidoisis, if given early enough.