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Recent First Aid Supply Reviews

Tick Key The Tick Key

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This product is great way to remove ticks if prevention falls. It is painless and helps reduce disease transmission by reducing the chance a tick will regurgitate. You can even use it on your pets. Gear Review: Liberty Mountain Tick Key For today’s post, I will do our first gear review. The piece of equipment under review is the Tick Key by Liberty Mountain, which has become an important tool for both BeeGee and me. This tool is one our essential pieces and always goes with us in our first aid… Full review

Sawyer Extractor Pump Kit

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the only proven snake bite kit on the market!!! This is a very nice kit for stings and snake bites. It is the only one proven successful on the market. The others are dangerous. The Sawyer only pumps the wound/bite area. The others use old school methods that do worse than good, like cutting the bite area and using a tourniquet. This is very dangerous. This kit comes with everything to clean/sanitize the area, razor to shave hair in area, and a powerful pump to draw out venom/poison with… Full review

Bison Designs Capsule

rated 5 of 5 stars I use a statin for elevated cholesterol and it comes in the form of small pills. I needed a way to carry the pills in all weather all the time so I tried the Bison Designs Capsule. It's a small (comes in three sizes) aluminum tube with a rubber O-Ring seal on the lid. It works GREAT! In fact, I once forgot to take the capsule out of my pants and sent it through a complete wash cycle in our machine and the pills were dry and fine. This is a simple, durable and effective device if you need to be certain… Full review

3M Cavit Temporary Filling

rated 5 of 5 stars In short, this is the best industry standard for a temporary filling if a tooth breaks when out and about. This may not be ideal for many (I'm a WFR and backcountry guide), but this is always in my 1st Aid Kit that goes everywhere I go. This is a necessary part of a kit if you are a care provider in the backcountry. This stuff comes out of the tube like a putty, and is very easy to work with. Simply roll the product into a ball after prepping/cleaning, and press into the broken area. It is not… Full review

ShearBan

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Eliminates friction (and blisters!) in boots and shoes. Easy to apply. I'll try to keep this short. A few years ago, I got frostbite on my big toe and the tips of a couple of others. If you've ever had frostbite, the result is permanent damage to the circulation and nerves. My toe turned black and, ever since, I've had to keep it extra warm in winter and be careful about tightening my boots too much. Apparently a recurrence could cause me to lose a toe or two! But there's still the problem of living… Full review

SAM Medical SAM Splint

rated 4.5 of 5 stars SAM splints are great becuase they are light, work in the outdoors, and are an essential part of your wilderness first aid kit. They have sizes from fingers to legs and are reusable. Wilderness First Aid Last weekend I participated in some Wilderness First Aid training with my www.insulindependence.org group in sunny San Diego. Now, I was looking forward to doing first aid training as much as anyone likes to get kicked in the nuts but, I know no matter how much it will be me needing the medical… Full review

Tender AfterBite

rated 3.5 of 5 stars It seems like I used this every day while working in Alaska. It provides some relief but does not cure the itch of no-see-ums that is for sure. Full review

Coghlan's Tweezer / Magnifier

rated 5 of 5 stars These have replaced all other tweezers at home and on the trail. Full review

QuikClot Sport

rated 5 of 5 stars Quikclot is the type of product that you don't need often. But, when you do need it, you need it very badly. I have used it several times to stem the bleeding from severe cuts and it has performed exactly as expected. When I say you don't need it often, what I am saying is that it is not the first thing you go to when you or someone with you suffers a bad cut. The first thing should be done it to use regular gauze pads to cover the wound and then apply pressure for a period of time. That is the… Full review

Top-Rated First Aid Supplies

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Coghlan's Tweezer / Magnifier
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Coghlan's
Tweezer / Magnifier
$6
Sawyer Extractor Pump Kit
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Sawyer
Extractor Pump Kit
$16 - $18
QuikClot Sport
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
QuikClot
Sport
$10 - $19
Tick Key The Tick Key
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Tick Key
The Tick Key
$6
SAM Medical SAM Splint
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
SAM Medical
SAM Splint
$12 - $18
Tender AfterBite
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (1)
Tender
AfterBite
$2 - $5
BodyGlide For Her
BodyGlide
For Her
$8
Liberty Mountain Climb On! Bar
Liberty Mountain
Climb On! Bar
$5
REI Non-Latex Gloves
REI
Non-Latex Gloves
$5
Adventure Medical Kits Dental Medic
Adventure Medical Kits
Dental Medic
$12 - $14
Badger Sore Muscle Rub
Badger
Sore Muscle Rub
$6
Adventure Medical Kits Moleskin
Adventure Medical Kits
Moleskin
$5 - $6
Carson Optical Lighted Magnigrip Magnifier/Tweezers
Carson Optical
Lighted Magnigrip Magnifier/Tweezers
$10
REI Eye Wash with Cup
REI
Eye Wash with Cup
$5
Adventure Medical Kits Oral Rehydration Salts
Adventure Medical Kits
Oral Rehydration Salts
$9
REI Water-Jel Burn Jel
REI
Water-Jel Burn Jel
$7
All Terrain Recovery Rub
All Terrain
Recovery Rub
$11
REI Cohere Wrap
REI
Cohere Wrap
$5
REI Secure Strip Wound Closures
REI
Secure Strip Wound Closures
$5
All Terrain Aloe Gel Skin Relief
All Terrain
Aloe Gel Skin Relief
$5 - $9
O'Keeffe's Working Hands
O'Keeffe's
Working Hands
$8 - $9
Metolius Hand Repair Balm
Metolius
Hand Repair Balm
$4 - $9
REI Gauze Refill Kit
REI
Gauze Refill Kit
$5
Adventure Medical Kits Suture/Syringe Medic Kit
Adventure Medical Kits
Suture/Syringe Medic Kit
$19 - $79
Adventure Medical Kits Wound Management Refill
Adventure Medical Kits
Wound Management Refill
$13
 
Rid-A-Tick
$5
Adventure Medical Kits GlacierGel
Adventure Medical Kits
GlacierGel
$7 - $10
Spenco 2nd Skin Dressing
Spenco
2nd Skin Dressing
$9 - $12
Adventure Medical Kits Wound Medic
Adventure Medical Kits
Wound Medic
$8 - $9
 
Spenco
Adhesive Kit
$8
Tecnu Extreme Medicated Poison Ivy Scrub
Tecnu
Extreme Medicated Poison Ivy Scrub
$15 - $18
Badger Sore Joint Rub
Badger
Sore Joint Rub
$10
Coghlan's Foot Care Kit
Coghlan's
Foot Care Kit
$4
Mack's Ear Seals Ear Plugs
Mack's
Ear Seals Ear Plugs
$6 - $9
Aloe Gator Green Stuff After Sun Moisturizer
Aloe Gator
Green Stuff After Sun Moisturizer
$2 - $3
Tecnu Calagel Medicated Anti-Itch Gel
Tecnu
Calagel Medicated Anti-Itch Gel
$9
REI First-Aid Wound Cleaning Refill Kit
REI
First-Aid Wound Cleaning Refill Kit
$3
REI Stainless-Steel Bandage Scissors
REI
Stainless-Steel Bandage Scissors
$6
Tender AfterBite Xtra
Tender
AfterBite Xtra
$4
Aloe Up Aloe Ice Sunburn Relief Jelly
Aloe Up
Aloe Ice Sunburn Relief Jelly
$7
REI Elastic Bandage Roll
REI
Elastic Bandage Roll
$4
All Terrain Bite Soother Spray
All Terrain
Bite Soother Spray
$7
O'Keeffe's Healthy Feet
O'Keeffe's
Healthy Feet
$8 - $9
Liberty Mountain Climb On! Creme
Liberty Mountain
Climb On! Creme
$12
Spenco Blister Kit
Spenco
Blister Kit
$11
Lifeline Instant Cold Pack
Lifeline
Instant Cold Pack
$1
REI Topical Relief Refill Kit
REI
Topical Relief Refill Kit
$4
Adventure Medical Kits Wound Closure Kit
Adventure Medical Kits
Wound Closure Kit
$10
Trango Eurotape
Trango
Eurotape
$5
REI Minor Wound Care Refill Kit
REI
Minor Wound Care Refill Kit
$5
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