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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Basic first aid kit for climbing trips? [R]1 year, 4 months agoThe_Sap_Must_Flow posted submission on climbing.
March 19, 2018
What all should be in a first aid kit for a week-long climbing trip to a mildly remote location? For two people. Thanks!
What do you have in your first aid kit? [R]2 years, 6 months agoruckus666 posted submission on motocamping.
Jan. 11, 2017
I'm going on a 2 month motorcycle trip in South East Asia. We'll primarily be travelling in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.
We're putting together a first aid kit and here's what we've come up with so far. What am I missing?
- Cough medication
- Motion sickness
- Cold medication
- Sleeping pills
- Malaria pills
- UTI powder
- Antibiotics for UTI
- Gauze pads
- Medical tape
- EMT shears
- Anti-fungal cream
- Anti-bacterial cream
- Butterfly stitches
- Alcohol wipes
- Clotting powder
- Ice pack
- SAM Brace
- Water purification tabs
- Anti itch cream
- Activated charcoal pills
- Electrolyte powder
- Suture kit
- Hand sanitizer
- Thrush meds
- Q tips
- Indigestion tablets
- Emergency blanket
- Topical steroids
*have been added since I put up this list :)
[Question] Help from Hikers [R]2 years, 7 months agoabrahamdrinkinn posted submission on hiking.
Dec. 5, 2016
First, I hope it is OK for me to post this here...I didn't see anything in the rules nor would i think people who were passionate about hiking would mind sharing a little of that with me :)
So, here goes....my giftee in Secret Santa has recently gotten into backpacking and hiking and given that I'm in Florida and our highest point is basically just a hill, that's not something i'm really familiar with at all. So, if any fabulous Redditors have any suggestions on things that you have found to be totally: invaluable; helpful; life saving; fun; interesting; unique; or useful, i sure would appreciate the recommendations. I can also ask this elsewhere if anyone thinks there is a more suitable place for me to do so.
It/They could be (affordable) things that you just won't leave home without, things you've come to learn in your experiences, or things that aren't really mentioned in a 'Hiking for Dummies' book but that you find yourself utilizing on a regular basis.
It could be anything!
Also, since i'm low on funds but big on thought if, in addition to your suggestion, you'd also consider sharing an 'HPT' (Hiker's Pro Tip) - i'd love to put together a little 'How to Survive in Them 'thar Woods : Interwebz Strangers Share the Best Ways to Avoid Getting Eaten by Bears' Redditors' -- a pseudo Field Guide to Hiking as told by Reddit-friends.
The only thing i've been able to come up with so far is an annual pas to the state parks in their state but I'd like some more practical ideas also.
Any and all help is most certainly welcome and VERY much appreciated!!!
Thank you thank you!!
Dec. 5, 2016
I never go out without a med kit. This is a nice one. https://www.amazon.com/Adventure-Medical-Kits-Ultralight-Watertight/dp/B000G7WRBC/ref=sr13?ie=UTF8&qid=1480984349&sr=8-3&keywords=waterproof%2Bmedical%2Bkit&th=1
Help picking a bag for a first aid kit [R]4 years, 6 months agoJan. 8, 2015
Jan. 9, 2015
I carry the Adventure Medical Kit .7 in my back pack. Depending on your level of training, you may want to look at quick clot, a tourniquet, maybe extra bandages and trauma shears. It really depends on what you think you might need to use it for. This is a cool video, he goes into his first aid kit around the 8:50 mark
Best all in one medical kit? [R]5 years, 3 months agoApril 3, 2014
Looking to add a ready-made medical kit, most seem really imcomplete and more like a medical 'sampler' what would you reccomend?
April 3, 2014
What's in your first aid kit? [R]5 years, 6 months agoDasbufort posted submission on Kayaking.
Jan. 3, 2014
So, the group that I go with have been fairly lucky recently, in that there have never been any serious injuries, but when we came across a swimmer with a gash on his leg, I noticed that some of the kits in our group were a bit lacking in anything useful for more than minor cuts.
What's the minimum you'd take in a first aid kit? Would you have a different kit for rivers vs sea kayaking/touring?
Jan. 3, 2014
This is what I have: http://www.amazon.com/Adventure-Medical-Kits-UltraLight-Watertight/dp/B000G7WRBC/ref=pdsimsgor1
But now that I look at it, it is almost useless for everything but the most minor injuries. It doesn't even have a sewing kit. Well, at least I have a couple of months to beef it up.