Forum Moderator HozayKwarvo Posted May 3, 2021 Member ID: 24 Group: Forum Moderator Followers: 1 Topic Count: 53 Topics Per Day: 0.07 Content Count: 356 Content Per Day: 0.46 Reputation: 586 Achievement Points: 4,947 Solved Content: 0 Days Won: 0 Joined: 05/01/2021 Status: Offline Last Seen: March 19 Device: Windows Forum Moderator Share Posted May 3, 2021 (edited) Most of us have first aid kits in our homes and even RVs but do you have a first aid kit with you in the dunes and do you know how to use it? Being prepared by always having some basic supplies and the knowledge and skills to use them could save someone's life. What is in your FA kit? What would you add or take away for your "ride or die" kit? SAM Splint 2x triangle bandage/cravat 2x 2x2 gauze 2x 4x4 gauze 1x roller gauze 1x occlusive bandage CPR shield Tape Scissors Tweezers 2x butterfly bandage Band-aids Liquid Benadryl (for unconscious) Glucose Electrolyte tabs Burn cream Neosporin Alcohol wipes Tourniquet Any prescriptions required for myself or passengers I maintain several of these basic kits and take them hiking, boating, you name it... it's almost always with me. I also grow from that point tailored to the location or activity, you can't always take the kitchen sink with you when you have to carry everything including food and water for 10+ days 😉 If you don't have a good kit already check these guys out: https://tactmedinfo.com/ theeir products are top notch and their knowledge as first responders is right on. They build these kits with quality items, I have their Recreation bag with my own items added, it goes everywhere. In the dunes I have the Elite bag with me, compensating for people and situations that aren't prepared. Edited May 3, 2021 by HozayKwarvo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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