Adventure Medical Kits Adventurer First Aid Kit
About Adventure Medical Kits Adventurer First Aid Kit
Closeouts. Built for backpacking and camping, Adventure Medical Kits' Adventurer first aid kit contains a plethora of aid supplies and guides for wound care, proper medication usage and instructions on how to stop bleeding.
Specs about Adventure Medical Kits Adventurer First Aid Kit
- Material: 1 - Comprehensive Guide to Wilderness & Travel Medicine; 1 - Easy care, wound instructions; 1 - Easy care, medications instructions; 1 - Easy care, bleeding instructions; 1 - Splinter picker/tick remover forceps; 1 - Irrigation syringe and catheter tip (10cc); 3 - Safety pins; 1 - Alcohol swab; 1 - Pair nitrile gloves; 2 - Sterile cotton tip applicators; 1 - Trauma pad (8x10”); 2 - Sterile non-adherent gauze (3x4”); 2 - Sterile gauze (2x2”); 3 - Sterile gauze (3x3”); 3 - Adhesive knuckle fabric bandage; 5 - Adhesive fabric bandage (1x3”); 4 - Butterfly closure bandage; 1 - Cloth (1/2”x10 yds.); 1 - Moleskin, die-cut sheet; 1 - Cohesive elastic; 2 - Triple antibiotic (0.9g); 6 - Antiseptic cleansing wipes BZK; 2 - After Bite® wipe; 2 - Diamode (loperamide HCL 2mg); 4 - Ibuprofen (200mg); 2 - Diphenhydramine (25mg); 2 - Aspirin (325mg); 1 - “Register Your Kit” card
- Weight: 13.6 oz.
- Made in United States of America
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Reviewed by Woodstraveler from Maine on Saturday, September 14, 2013This is like trying to buy the right 100 piece mechanic's tool kit! Adventure Medical combines high quality while making an affordable first aid kit. The Adventurer is all set to take care of any soft tissue injury, such as a bleeding wound, wound cleansing, great tweezers for splinters, blisters, etc. It also has a few medications. Like a mechanic with their tools, you need some training to know how to use a first aid kit. From my experience, I will add a CPR mask, more nitrile gloves (in the top of my pack), SAM splint, and a few other "nice to haves". But, for the money, the AMK first aid kits are hard to beat.
Reviewed by Teasley from Seattle, WA on Tuesday, August 13, 2013Great product to take on a hike! It's got the essentials and it's lightweight.