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Retailers' Descriptions

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Take the Lifeline Large first-aid kit along on your next group hike to treat cuts, scrapes and stings. Includes twenty 1.5 x 0.375 in. bandages, ten 3 x 0.75 in. bandages, 10 wound closure strips, 1 knuckle bandage and 2 knee/elbow bandages. Four 2 x 2 in. gauze pads, two 3 x 3 in. gauze pads, one 4 x 4 in. gauze pad, one 2 in. conforming gauze, 1 triangular bandage and one 9 x 5 in. combine dressing. Also contains 14 alcohol prep pads, 6 antiseptic towelettes, 3 sting relief pads, 2 vinyl gloves, 1 pair of tweezers, 1 pair of scissors, and a roll of adhesive tape. Use the emergency whistle to signal for help. First-aid guide gives you information on treating wounds. All items are packaged in a hardshell foam case; includes a small accessory carabiner for clipping the case to a backpack.

- REI

Pack the Lifeline EVA First Aid Kit in your vehicle or home and you'll be more than happy that you did in case you need to treat someone that's been hurt. In case you panic, use the EVA first-aid guide to refresh your memory. The EVA kit contains tweezers, scissors, plenty of various sized bandages and gauze pads, antiseptic wipes, dressings, tape, and an emergency whistle to signal for additional help.

- Backcountry.com