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    Thanks for asking question

    There are some First Aid Toolkit which are useful anytime when you occured any hazards.
    2 absorbent compress dressings
    25 adhesive bandages (assorted sizes), also found within our Family First Aid Kit
    1 adhesive cloth tape
    5 antibiotic ointment packets (approximately 1 gram)

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    I'm glad you started this thread, I am working on my own kits right now and am looking for multiple kits for multiple uses.

    IFAK - I want one for my plate carrier. Several options available and am narrowing them down.

    BooBoo kit - Again for my plate carrier. I don't want to dig apart an IFAK to get a bandaid or tylenol. I want the common stuff in it's own pack I want the IFAK for trauma care. Also prevent overloading the IFAK and cluttering it. This will be placed for easier access and to treat 1-4 people.

    General First aid kit - This will be for my day pack for hiking or camping treatment of 1-4 people. Typical first aid supplies with the addition of some sever bleeding treatment and possibly fracture care.

    I don't know the quality of the pack, by MyMedic has some kits that seem to fit the bill well. Though first aid and boo boo kits seem to be better to find a nice pack and stock it yourself. Most have what you need, but low quantities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihocky2 View Post
    I'm glad you started this thread, I am working on my own kits right now and am looking for multiple kits for multiple uses.

    IFAK - I want one for my plate carrier. Several options available and am narrowing them down.

    BooBoo kit - Again for my plate carrier. I don't want to dig apart an IFAK to get a bandaid or tylenol. I want the common stuff in it's own pack I want the IFAK for trauma care. Also prevent overloading the IFAK and cluttering it. This will be placed for easier access and to treat 1-4 people.

    General First aid kit - This will be for my day pack for hiking or camping treatment of 1-4 people. Typical first aid supplies with the addition of some sever bleeding treatment and possibly fracture care.

    I don't know the quality of the pack, by MyMedic has some kits that seem to fit the bill well. Though first aid and boo boo kits seem to be better to find a nice pack and stock it yourself. Most have what you need, but low quantities.
    For the non-IFAK, look at Adventure Medical Products (disclaimer: I do not work for them, sell their stuff, or get money from them). They have the best kits from one-person booboo to multi-person, multi-week back country kits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihocky2 View Post
    I'm glad you started this thread, I am working on my own kits right now and am looking for multiple kits for multiple uses.

    IFAK - I want one for my plate carrier. Several options available and am narrowing them down.

    BooBoo kit - Again for my plate carrier. I don't want to dig apart an IFAK to get a bandaid or tylenol. I want the common stuff in it's own pack I want the IFAK for trauma care. Also prevent overloading the IFAK and cluttering it. This will be placed for easier access and to treat 1-4 people.

    General First aid kit - This will be for my day pack for hiking or camping treatment of 1-4 people. Typical first aid supplies with the addition of some sever bleeding treatment and possibly fracture care.

    I don't know the quality of the pack, by MyMedic has some kits that seem to fit the bill well. Though first aid and boo boo kits seem to be better to find a nice pack and stock it yourself. Most have what you need, but low quantities.
    For the non-IFAK, look at Adventure Medical Products (disclaimer: I do not work for them, sell their stuff, or get money from them). They have the best kits from one-person booboo to multi-person, multi-week back country kits.

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