Mitchell, very nice little kit. I'm going to compare it to my current kit and makes some changes as appropriate.
I think that you are probably already aware of the following, but i'll mention a few things that jumped out at me without much thought when i read your list just for the sake of any newbies:
1. the antiobitic oinment has expiration dates (as do any oral meds - NSAIDS (e.g. ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen sodium, etc.), Tylenol, Benadryl, Imodium A-D, etc.), so check, discard, and refill as required (which reminds me, i better check mine!!!)
2. superglue works great on the hangnails, loose toesnails, burst blisters (after disinfecting), small cuts (after disinfecting). yeah,... you seal something and there's always a risk. my experience, is that i haven't had a problem doing so, and i've done it many, many times, but then i'm a nut about disinfecting - you'd think i was scrubbing in for surgery! (not that i've ever done surgery)
3. pros & cons to the "m"-word pad. [no, i never minded buying them for my wife when i would do the shopping - just trying to inject a little levity here, that's all]
a) better to change bandages anywhere from 1-2x per day to at most every other day to reduce chances of infection. obviously, a number of factors come into play here.
b) it's not sterile to begin with (at least i don't think they are - Ladies, please help me out here - my wife is older & the "curse" as she used to call it is now past, so i can't check our bathroom cabinet)
c) you could cut the pad into pieces but the more one handles something, the more contaminated it becomes. That goes for the pad & the scalpel blade - of course, a little alcohol gel will disinfect the blade.