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Lifeline 4120 Wilderness First Aid Kit 110 Piece

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  • 110 piece wilderness first aid kit
  • Bandages, pain relievers, and more
  • First aid booklet

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Lifeline 4120 Wilderness First Aid Kit 110 Piece
When adventuring in the outdoors, a good first aid kit is a key component for preparation, and the Lifeline 4120 Wilderness First Aid Kit 110 Piece offers a robust collection of items in a convenient carrying case. It's ideal for any situation, such as hiking, mountain biking, rafting, and more. This core set of first aid resources has everything you need to treat minor injuries and afflictions.

Antibiotics
Infection, though initially unseen, can be a real threat for even more minor wounds, causing them to become much bigger problems than they should be. This kit includes antibiotic ointments and prep pads to assist in reducing the chance of wounds becoming infected and worsening.

Bandages
For anything from scrapes to cuts or deeper wounds, this kit has a wide variety of bandages and gauze to treat the injury. Special purpose knuckle bandages and other unique sizes help you to get protection for areas that other types of bandages have trouble with. For mild and moderate injuries, this kit will provide plenty of bandages to dress the wound.

Full list of contents:

  • 1 FIRST AID BOOKLET
  • 1 STAINLESS STEEL SCISSORS
  • 1 TWEEZERS
  • 2 VINYL GLOVES
  • 3 SAFETY PIN
  • 4 COTTON TIPPED APPLICATOR
  • 2 2" X 3" MOLESKIN
  • 1 LIP BALM
  • 1 SMALL INSTANT COLD PACK
  • 3 ALCOHOL PREP PAD
  • 2 IODINE PREP PAD
  • 2 STING RELIEF PAD
  • 3 ANTISEPTIC TOWELETTE
  • 1 HYDROCORTISONE CREAM
  • 3 TRIPLE ANTIBIOTIC OINTMENT
  • 1 BURN GEL
  • 4 ACETAMINOPHEN PACKET
  • 8 IBUPROFEN PACKET
  • 10 3/8" X 1-1/2" BANDAGE
  • 28 3/4" X 3" BANDAGE
  • 6 KNUCKLE BANDAGE
  • 5 WOUND CLOSURE STRIP
  • 5 3" X 3" STERILE GAUZE PAD
  • 1 5" X 9" COMBINE DRESSING
  • 2 3" X 4" NON-ADHERENT DRESSING
  • 1 2" CONFORMING GAUZE ROLL
  • 1 1/2" ADHESIVE TAPE ROLL
  • 3 REUSABLE ZIPPER-LOCK BAG
  • 1 SIGNAL MIRROR
  • 1 EMERGENCY WHISTLE
  • 1 PLASTIC PILL VIAL
  • 1 SINGLE EDGE RAZOR BLADE

Sting relief, itch relief, and more
The outdoors brings its own unique variety of issues with stings from animals, poisonous plants, and all sorts of other things. Several of the items in this first aid kit are included for the potential dangers endemic to the outdoors, such as sting relief pads, hydrocortisone cream, and more.

Portable and easy storage with carrying case
Of course, a first aid kit isn't much good if you can't keep it with you when you need it. This kit comes neatly packed inside a convenient carrying case which makes it easy to take it just about anywhere. Keep one in the car, take it on your hiking trip or other outdoor activity, anywhere else you might need convenient access to first aid.

Includes medicines and creams
Several included medicines will help ease pain and reduce inflammation. The kit includes ibuprofen and aspiring which both serve to reduce inflammation and relieve pain while the acetaminophen relieves pain and can also reduce fever if present. These medicines are essential for any situation.

  • Model: 4120
  • Product Type: Wilderness First Aid Kit - 110 Piece
  • Product Dimensions: L: 2.50" x W: 9.20" x H: 6.80"
  • Product Weight: 1.00 lbs.
  • Application: First aid kit and survival tools for outdoor activities
  • Product Type: First Aid Kits
  • Emergency Type: Sports
  • Kit Includes: First aid kit, survival tools, carrying case
  • Convenient carrying case
  • Easily portable
  • Ideal for use with outdoor sports
  • Includes first aid manual
  • Robust first aid kit
  • Treats mild injuries and afflictions

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