Medical Outdoor First Aid Kit

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Model Number: NH-343465
Brand: Niche Healthcare

SKU: 6786643 Category: Tag:


An outdoor first aid kit is designed to address the specific needs and challenges associated with outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping, backpacking, or other adventures. When venturing into the outdoors, it’s essential to be prepared for potential injuries, bites, or other health-related issues that may occur in remote or wilderness settings. Here is a suggested list of items for an outdoor first aid kit:

Adhesive Bandages (Assorted Sizes):

For covering minor cuts, scrapes, and blisters.

Sterile Gauze Pads and Adhesive Tape:

Used for wound dressing and securing bandages.

Blister Treatment:

Moleskin or blister pads to address friction-related injuries.

Antiseptic Wipes or Solution:

For cleaning wounds and preventing infection.

Tweezers and Scissors:

Tweezers for removing splinters or ticks.

Scissors for cutting tape, gauze, or clothing.

Instant Cold Pack:

Provides quick cold therapy for treating minor swelling and bruises.

Elastic Bandages (Ace Bandage):

For providing support to sprained or strained limbs.

Triangle Bandage:

Can be used as a sling or for creating additional bandages.

Pain Relievers (Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen):

For relieving pain and reducing fever.


Useful for allergic reactions and insect bites.

Topical Antibiotic Ointment:

Prevents infection and aids in wound healing.

Insect Repellent:

Provides protection against insect bites.


Protects against sunburn during outdoor activities.

Lip Balm with Sunscreen:

Helps prevent chapped lips and provides sun protection.

Emergency Space Blanket:

Retains body heat and provides warmth in case of exposure.

CPR Face Shield:

Provides a barrier during CPR and protects against potential infectious diseases.

Multi-tool or Knife:

Useful for various outdoor tasks and emergencies.


For signaling in emergencies or attracting attention.

Headlamp or Flashlight with Extra Batteries:

Essential for navigating in low-light conditions.

Personal Medications:

Include any necessary prescription medications for individuals in the group.

Map and Compass:

Navigation tools in case of getting lost.

First Aid Manual:

A guide to basic first aid procedures.

Emergency Contact Information:

Include emergency contact numbers, medical history, and essential personal information.

Trauma Shears:

Useful for cutting clothing in case of injuries.

Duct Tape:

Versatile for quick repairs and makeshift solutions.

Tailor your outdoor first aid kit to the specific activities, location, and group size. Regularly check and update the contents, ensuring that items are not expired, and consider any specific needs based on the environment and activities planned.


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