Most of my stuff is focused on still being able to continue your route in the case of most minor medical problems in comfort. Shit happens, and it's nice when you can just roll with it and still enjoy the trip you intended on going on (rather than bailing because you got a deep gash).
0.2oz Coban/Vet Wrap 2"x6' - SO MUCH BETTER than tape (reusable) for compression, gauze, sprains, splints, broken ribs
0.15oz ea 4x 3"x3" Sterile Gauze Pads
0.15oz ea 2x Steristrip packs (or similar)
0.2oz Neosporin - repackaged
With Coban and gauze, you can create a bandaid for just about any sized scrape/cut/wound, even knuckles. The reason you don't want to rely on tape, is the last thing you want to do is realize you can't bandage a wound because most of your tape was used to repair gear (i.e. won't stick anymore).
Pills for 3-5 days:
18x 200mg Ibuprofin - when you really need it, the correct dosage is 600mg
6x Immodium - so you can keep moving (no pun intended)
4x Aleve for altitude
Dermasafe Razor - knife
Lightload Towel - cheap sling
Safety pins - making a sling
Trekking poles - traction device or stretcher
Gorilla Tape - blisters, making a stretcher
Guylines - making a sling or traction or stretcher
Major injuries (added depending on terrain):
Sterile Gauze Roll 2"x? - for multiple wounds
Feminine Pad - for major bleeding
4x Percoset - for major injuries (i.e. broken bones) while waiting for help
Spot PLB - for getting help
I've found Superglue to be unnecessary. Either it's a small cut and Coban and gauze works fine, or it's a major cut and Steristrips can close it up (add Coban and gauze on top). Superglue is also worthless in a repair kit - Seam Grip works way better, as it's flexible.