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Adventure Medical Ultralight Pro

Adventure Medical Ultralight Pro

Description

The Adventure Medical ultralight pro medical kit is ideal for any outfitter, guide, trip leader, or mountaineer who wants to go light, fast and watertight.

Features

  • Pull-out ultralight and watertight bag
  • SAM Splint for fractures and sprains
  • Comprehensice Guide to Wilderness and Travel Medicine
List Price
$120.00
Your Price
$99.99
In Stock

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Details

The Adventure Medical ultralight pro medical kit is ideal for any outfitter, guide, trip leader, or mountaineer who wants to go light, fast and watertight. Components include a Comprehensive Guide to Wilderness and Travel Medicine, Laerdal CPR Pocket Mask and face shield, SAM Splint, and a pull out Ultralight .9 kit along with other essential items.

Notable Specifications:
  • Pull-out Ultralight & Watertight .9 Bag
  • EMT Shears
  • SAM Splint for fractures and sprains
  • Laerdal CPR Pocket Mask for CPR or administering oxygen
  • Comprehensice Guide to Wilderness and Travel Medicine
  • Wound irrigation system to clean and close wounds
  • Weight: 3lbs. 11oz.
  • Size: 10.25x7.5x7.5
What's Included:

Bandage Materials

  • (5) Bandage, Adhesive, Fabric, 1" x 3"
  • (2) Bandage, Conforming Gauze, 3"
  • (1) Bandage, Elastic, Self Adhering, 3"
  • (2) Dressing, Gauze, Sterile, 2" x 2", Pkg./2
  • (4) Dressing, Gauze, Sterile, 3" x 3", Pkg./2
  • (2) Dressing, Non-Adherent, Sterile, 3" x 4"

Bleeding

  • (2) Gloves, Nitrile (Pair), Hand Wipe
  • (2) Trauma Pad, 5" x 9"

Blister / Burn

  • (22) Moleskin, Pre-Cut & Shaped

CPR

  • (1) CPR Face Shield, Laerdal
  • (1) CPR Pocket Mask, Laerdal

Fracture / Sprain

  • (1) Bandage, Triangular
  • (1) SAM Splint, 4" x 36"

Instrument

  • (1) EMT Shears, 4"
  • (1) Pencil
  • (2) Safety Pins
  • (1) Splinter Picker/Tick Remover Forceps

Medical Information

  • (1) Comp. Guide to Wilderness & Travel Medicine
  • (1) Patient Assessment Form

Medication

  • (4) Antihistamine (Diphenhydramine 25 mg)
  • (2) Aspirin (325 mg), Pkg./2
  • (4) Diamode (Loperamide HCI 2 mg), Pkg./1
  • (2) Ibuprofen (200 mg), Pkg./2

Other

  • (3) Aloksak Waterproof Bag, 6" x 9"

Survival Tools

  • (1) Emergency Reflective Blanket, 60" x 96"

Wound Care

  • (6) After Cuts & Scrapes Anethestic/Antiseptic Wipe
  • (1) Syringe, Irrigation, 10 cc, 18 Gauge Tip
  • (1) Tape, 1" x 10 Yards
  • (1) Tincture of Benzoin Topical Adhesive
  • (4) Triple Antibiotic Ointment, Single Use
  • (1) Wound Closure Strips, 1/4" x 4", Pkg./10
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Adventure Medical Ultralight Pro 0100-0186 Ultralight pro medical kit
$99.99
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