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Old 06-12-2012, 16:08   #1
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First aid kit

I am looking at putting together a first aid kit for camping/shooting. I am thinking the following items would be good but I'm liking for some advice.
Cat
Israeli bandage
Bandaids (various sizes)
Nasal airway (maybe it's been a while since I have any training with one)
Quick clot
Benadryl
amodium
Motrin
gauze pads (2x2 & 4x4)
medical tape
Gloves
Emt shears

I'm looking for a kit to handle minor injuries but give me some options in the event of a major injury to

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Old 06-12-2012, 16:19   #2
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I'm not a medical pro, so please consider that this is not expert guidance ...

Good kit, but I think some kind of antiseptic, a splint, and a tourniquet would be pretty easy to include--especially for a camping/shooting adventure.
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Old 06-12-2012, 16:34   #3
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I'm not a medical pro, so please consider that this is not expert guidance ...

Good kit, but I think some kind of antiseptic, a splint, and a tourniquet would be pretty easy to include--especially for a camping/shooting adventure.
The antiseptics is a good catch I forgot all about that thanks. The tourniquet is covered with the cat. It's the only tourniquet I have used.is there something different you would recommend. I'm not sure about taking a splint. Maybe one of the moldable roll up splints. I was assuming I could improvise something if I needed to but that may not be possible.

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