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Adventure Medical Kits Waterproof Marine 600 Medical First Aid Kit

Amazon.com Price: $199.99 (as of 07/09/2021 17:34 PST- Details)

Treats burns, fractures, bleeding, hypothermia, sprains, and pain
Injury-specific pockets are individually packaged in waterproof bags with reference cards
Includes Marine Medicine: A Comprehensive Guide, recommended by the US Sailing Association

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Whether you’re offshore sailing, coastal cruising, or commercial fishing, the Adventure Medical Kits’ Waterproof Marine 600 Medical First Aid Kit contains the emergency supplies you need to treat common boating injuries until medical attention can be reached. The impact resistant, 100% waterproof dry box case contains enough supplies for your sailboat, cruiser, or fishing vessel carrying up to six people on trips traveling up to 12 hours from medical care. Treat hypothermia, sunburn, seasickness, sprains, fractures, lacerations and other common boating injuries with the easy-to-find contents, which are organized by injury into inner waterproof bags, keeping them doubly secure. An essential addition to boat safety equipment, the Marine 600 comes with the Comprehensive Guide to Marine Medicine, as well as instructions on handling nautical emergencies like running aground, capsizing, and VHF radio calls. This rugged first aid kit was designed especially for marine environments, allowing you to leave port knowing you’re prepared with the finest in boating safety.

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Treats burns, fractures, bleeding, hypothermia, sprains, and pain
Injury-specific pockets are individually packaged in waterproof bags with reference cards
Includes Marine Medicine: A Comprehensive Guide, recommended by the US Sailing Association
Durable, high-impact case has a gasket seal to keep the contents safe and dry
Pressure-release valve accommodates differences in pressure due to changes in elevation and depth
Included $17 field manual: “Comprehensive Guide to Marine Medicine”, with 40 first aid categories and 50 subcategories including an extensive section specific to injuries at sea where what are often seen as common items used to treat first aid are not readily available. Includes lifeboat survival tips, marine communication and how to treat bites and stings from common ocean predators.

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