NRS Comprehensive Medical Kit

Sale price$214.95


The NRS Comprehensive Medical Kit includes the essentials for handling most emergency situations off the grid. When you're gearing up for a large multi-day river trip or heading into the backcountry for an extended amount of time an inclusive first-aid kit is a necessity.
  • From everyday cuts and blisters to gaping wounds and burns, minor sprains to fractured bones, to basic survival gear, the Comprehensive Medical Kit covers a lot of bases for first-aid care.

  • All components are organized within clear, re-sealable modules.

  • The modules are stored in a tough 30-denier ripstop nylon dry bag with the HydroLock zip-seal and fold-down StormStrip™ closure.

  • Plastic d-ring on the buckle for an attachment point.

  • Attached tag doubles as an inventory check-off list and header cards are included in each module letting you easily keep stock of your supplies.

  • The dry bag is big enough to easily hold the Comprehensive Medical Kit modules and any small, personalized additions.

  • The Comprehensive Medical Kit is designed for a group of 1-15 people on the water for up to 28 days.

  • The NRS Comprehensive Medical Kit exceeds recommended first aid kit requirements of the National Park Service for river trips on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.

  • Field medical kits contain tools and supplies which can be helpful for providing care to ill or injured people. These kits are not a substitute for professional medical care. Please obtain current first-aid and CPR training from a credible source to learn how to properly utilize the contents of medical kits.

Here is a list of items contained inside this Medical Kit:

  • Comprehensive Guide
  • Illustrated Guide to Life-Threatening Emergencies
  • CPR MicroShield®
  • SAM® Splint
  • Digital Thermometer 90F–105F
  • EMT Shears
  • Splinter Picker Forceps
  • Irrigation Syringe
  • 1.5 fl.oz. Povidone Iodine Solution
  • 10 Wound Closure Strips
  • 3 Tinctures of Benzoin
  • 9 Triple Antibiotic Ointments
  • 9 Antiseptic Towelettes
  • 2 Blister and Burn Dressings
  • Moleskin
  • Molefoam
  • 4 Nitrile Examination Gloves
  • 2 Antimicrobial Hand Wipes
  • 2 Infectious Control Bags
  • 16 4x4 Sterile Dressings
  • 8 2x2 Sterile Dressings
  • 2 Eye Pads
  • 2 Non-adherent Sterile Dressings
  • 8x10 Trauma Pad
  • 5x9 Trauma Pad
  • Triangular Bandage
  • 2 Conforming Gauze Bandage (3")
  • Elastic Bandage w/ Velcro®
  • Adhesive Tape 10 yards (1")
  • 10 Strip Bandages
  • 10 Knuckle Bandages
  • 4 Cotton Tipped Applicators
  • Burn Aloe Gel (Sun and Wind)
  • 2 Rehydration Salts (1 liter)
  • 6 APAP (Tylenol)
  • 6 I-Prin (ibuprofen)
  • 4 Asprin
  • 6 Diphen (antihistamine)
  • 6 Alamag® Antacid
  • 4 Diamode (Immodium®)
  • Glutose Paste (1 serving)
  • 4 1% Hydrocortison (topical inflamation cream)
  • 3 Sting Relief Pads
  • 3 Safety Pins
  • 2Storm® Waterproof Matches
  • 1 Small Duct Tape Roll
  • Accident Report & Pencil

  • 8"W x 10.5"L (after folded three times)
  • 23" circumference
Weight: 2.68 lbs.
Modules: 4
  • 30-denier PU laminated ripstop nylon dry bag with HydroLock zip-seal and StormStrip™ closure

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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