0155-0270

Adventure Medical Wound Care - Refill

Adventure Medical Wound Care - Refill
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Wound Care - Refill

Refill or customize your first aid kit with everything you needs to clean and dress wounds, cover minor cuts and scrapes, close wound edges, and treat insect bites.

Features:

  • Clean Wounds, Cuts, and Scrapes: Antiseptic towelettes are your first choice for cleaning wound, burns, and abrasions
  • Help Prevent Infection with Triple Antibiotic Power: Contains Bacitracin Zinc (400 units Bacitrcin); Neomycin Sulfate 5mg.; Polymyxin-B Sulfate 5000 units
  • Instant Relief from Insect Bites and Stings: After Bite® wipes eliminate the itching and stinging associated with insect bites and bee stings
  • Easy Open with Minimal Wrapper Waste: Easy Access Bandages® with patented easy open technology for fast easy application of bandages with minimal wrapper waste
  • Close Wound Edges: Butterfly Closure Fabric Adhesive Bandage for closing wound edges
  • Keep Wounds Clean: Sterile Gauze Dressing for covering wounds
  • Secure Dressings to Skin: Conforming Gauze Bandage for holding dressings in place

Specifications:

  • Size: 4.35" x 1" x 7.75"
  • Weight: 0.06 lbs
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days

Supply List:

Wound Cleaning

  • 2 - Antiseptic Wipe
  • 2 - Triple Antibiotic Ointment
  • 3 - After Bite® Wipe

Adhesive Bandages

  • 5 - Easy Access Bandages®, 1" x 3" Fabric
  • 3 - Easy Access Bandages®, Junior Fabric
  • 1 - Easy Access Bandages®, Knuckle Fabric
  • 1 - Easy Access Bandages®, Fingertip Fabric
  • 1 - Easy Access Bandages®, Elbow/Knee Fabric
  • 2 - Butterfly Closure Fabric Adhesive Bandage

Sterile Dressings

  • 4 - Sterile Gauze Dressing, 2" x 2", 2 Pkg./2

Conforming Bandage

  • 1 - Confoming Gauze Bandage, 2"

We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary

Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.

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