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Adventure Medical Marine 3000 Kit

Adventure Medical Marine 3000 Kit

Description

Adventure Medical Marine 3000 kit is designed for excursions in offshore waters where access to professional medical care or medical evacuation is likely to exceed 24 hours.

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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$795.00
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Details

The Marine 3000 kit contains extensive supplies and medical instruments for treating a broad range of illnesses, injuries, and emergencies.

Ideal uses include:
  • Marine Rescue Personnel
  • Offshore Commercial Vessels
  • Offshore Recreational Vessels
  • Private Yachts and Cruising Vessels
  • Sailing Boats
Notable Specifications:
  • Group Size: Large Crew
  • Trip Duration: 24 Hrs From Medical Care
  • Weight: 15lb 2oz
  • Size: 24" x 14" x 6.5"
What's Included:
  • Kit includes dental repair items, suture/syringe supplies, Foley catheter, enema bag, and nasal airways. 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 3000 Kit 0115-3000 Adventure Medical Marine 3000 Kit
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