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Adventure Medical Day Tripper Kit

Adventure Medical Day Tripper Kit

Description

Adventure Medical Day Tripper kit is ideally sized for travel, backpacking, hiking, camping, car, and RV use.

Features

  • Wound closure bandages
  • Guide to wilderness & travel medicine
  • Convenient pack small enough to take on any trip
List Price
$33.00
Your Price
$27.99
In Stock

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Details

The Day Tripper kit is designed for all-day hikes or short overnight trips, with a wide selection of medications, wound dressings, and instruments. This kit has all the same premium features as its big brothers in the Mountain Series at a size and price point that is ideal for smaller groups or shorter trips.

Ideal uses include:
  • Backpacking
  • Hiking
  • Camping
Notable Specifications:
  • Group Size: 1-4
  • Trip Duration: 1-2
  • Weight: 0.9lbs
  • Box Dimensions: 2" x 5" x 8"
What's Included:
  • Bleeding
  • (2) Nitrile examination gloves
  • (1) Antimicrobial hand wipe
  • (1) Biohazard waste bag
  • Blister / Burn
  • (1) 7x4" moleskin
  • Medication / Instruments
  • (1) Blunt-tipped bandage scissors
  • (1) Tweezers
  • (3) Safety pins
  • (1) Accident report form and pencil
  • (1) Insect bite wipes
  • (4) Extra Strength Tylenol
  • (2) Antihistamine tablets
  • (2) Motrin tablets
  • (2) Aspirin tablets
  • Medical Information
  • (1) Comp. Guide to Wilderness & Travel Medicine
  • Sprain / Strain
  • (1) Elastic bandage with hook-and-loop closure
  • Wound Care
  • (4) 4x4" sterile dressings
  • (4) 2x2" sterile dressings
  • (1) 3x4" non-adherent sterile dressing
  • (1) 2" Conforming gauze closure bandages
  • (5) 1x3" fabric adhesive bandages
  • (5) Butterfly wound closure bandages
  • (1) Adhesive tape (10 yds)
  • (6) Topical anesthetic towelettes
  • (1) Tincture of Benzoin
  • (2) Antibiotic ointment
  • (1) Cotton-tipped applicators
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Adventure Medical Day Tripper Kit 0100-0116 Adventure Medical Day Tripper Kit
$27.99
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