- Includes everything you need to treat cuts, scrapes, bites, stings, allergic reactions, muscle aches, fevers, strains and sprains for 1 - 4 family members for 1 - 4 days
- All contents are packed together in easily identifiable, clear vinyl compartments
- Treat wounds with 12 antiseptic wipes, 4 butterfly bandages, 16 fabric bandages, 12 plastic bandages, 4 knuckle bandages, 1 large adhesive bandage and 8 gauze pads
- Also includes 4 triple antibiotic ointments, 2 non-adherent dressings, 4 cotton tip applicators, 10 yards of 0.5 in. tape and 1 pair of nitrile gloves
- 14 precut and shaped moleskin pieces help prevent blisters; treat strains and sprains with an elastic bandage and 1 instant cold pack
- Six 200mg ibuprofen tablets, six 500mg acetaminophen tablets and three 25mg antihistamine tablets knock out pain, fever and allergy symptoms
- Medical instruments include 1 pair of blunt-tip scissors, splinter picker/tick remover forceps, 2 disposable thermometers and 2 safety pins
- Includes 2 Natrapel® 8 hr. Tick and Insect repellent wipes and 1 tube of After Bite Kids®
- Learn how to treat your children's wounds by referencing the included copy of Caring for Children in the Outdoors by Barbara Kennedy, M.D.
Made in USA.
|Dimensions||8.5 x 6 x 3 inches|
|Weight||1 lb. 1 oz.|
Apr 25, 2014Good kit poor bag designThis kit has a good assortment of supplies to start with. I also own a wilderness series weekender kit from adventure medical and the design of that kit is much better. The family kit just h ...
Read More This kit has a good assortment of supplies to start with. I also own a wilderness series weekender kit from adventure medical and the design of that kit is much better. The family kit just has the two large pockets and the small one that folds out so it is not as organized as the weekender. In the kit I got the family medic that can be removed and carried in a pocket was not a standalone kit. It had all the meds and ointments but no bandages. I was thinking that it was an addition to the kit and not included in the list of supplies but all you are getting is the plastic pouch. Everything in this kit is of the quality to be expected from adventure medical. I would recommend the wilderness weekender because of the bag design even though it is more expensive, but this is a good kit if you are not wanting to spend more money.
Jun 16, 2013this is a good all around kit to havesmall and has alot of stuff
May 28, 2012Just some random guyJust bought this kit from rei on a splurge because I was buying a new pack and a thermarest and a few other things. I happened to have it lying next to me when I cut myself in the kitchen. I ...
Read More Just bought this kit from rei on a splurge because I was buying a new pack and a thermarest and a few other things. I happened to have it lying next to me when I cut myself in the kitchen. I used one of the bandaids out of it and the the thing won't stay on. I am very grateful I haven't hiked 20 miles into no man's land like usual and had to use this kit in an emergency. bottom line is, if the bandaids can't stick the rest is probably useless and I am gonna return it and build my own kit like I usually do. save your money by spending a little more to build your own. worthless to me how often do you use bandaids in the backcountry? They at bare minimum should be the best along with the moleskins.
May 9, 2012Has everything you needTitle says it all