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Adventure Medical Marine 2000 Kit

Adventure Medical Marine 2000 Kit

Description

Adventure Medical Marine 2000 kit is suitable for use while at sea, or in a remote coastal harbor, yet still within 24 hours of professional medical care.

Features

  • 500 denier nylon, foam padded case protects items and floats
  • Water-resistant zipper seals moisture out
  • Injury specific modules feature clear vinyl windows to easily find items
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$595.00
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Details

The Marine 2000 kit contains many of the same medical instruments and supplies as the Marine 3000 although in smaller quantities.

Ideal uses include:
  • Marine Rescue Personnel
  • Offshore Commercial Vessels
  • Offshore Recreational Vessels
  • Private Yachts and Cruising Vessels
  • Sailing Boats
Notable Specifications:
  • Group Size: Small to Medium Crew
  • Trip Duration: 24 Hrs From Medical Care
  • Weight: 11lb 8oz
  • Size: 22" x 14" x 5.5"
What's Included:
  • Kit includes dental repair items, suture/syringe supplies, and Foley catheter. A crew member kit contains the most commonly used items. Modules include:
  • Bleeding
  • Medication
  • Burns
  • Dental/Suture/Syringe
  • CPR
  • Wound Care
  • Fracture/Sprain
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Adventure Medical Marine 2000 Kit 0115-2000 Adventure Medical Marine 2000 Kit
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