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You're not looking to bring an operating table and a bone-saw with you to base camp, but you would like a comprehensive kit that'll take care of swelling, cuts, and stings, and that'll help prevent infection. Pack the Lifeline Base Camp First Aid Kit. The Base Camp Kit's first-aid booklet helps in case your outdoor doctoring knowledge goes out the window at the first sight of blood. An instant cold compress, tweezers, scissors, plenty of different-sized bandages and gauze pads, antibiotic ointments, and ibuprofen tablets help with minor injuries. Vinyl gloves let you take care of your buddy's cuts without making him sign an I-won't-infect-you-with-a-blood-disease affidavit first.

- Backcountry.com