Facing illness or injury on vacation can certainly put a damper on what was meant to be a time of relaxation and repose. Thankfully, Adventure Medical Kits invented a travel-size emergency medical kit that can treat most common minor ailments and fit into your carry-on.
Weighing in at a whopping 1 pound 1 ounce, this convenient kit is equipped with easy-to-use medical treatment tools like bandages for blisters after hiking those strenuous hills, and multiple medications for travel-related stomach troubles.
The 7-inch-by-6-inch pack folds out displaying three pockets organized by the type of injury. In the pockets, you will find medications to treat pain, inflammation and common allergies, plus standard medical tools like tape-cutting scissors and forceps to extract splinters. A visual communication tool is also included, which can come in handy in non-English-speaking countries.
The item that really puts this kit on the map is the Comprehensive Guide to Wilderness and Travel Medicine, a tome by Dr. Eric A. Weiss complete with the latest information, treatments, and recommendations for travel sickness, as well as instructions on how to use everything you can find in your kit.
Next time you hit the road, toss in this $50 medical kit and consider yourself ready for anything that crosses your path. Learn more at adventuremedicalkits.com.
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