In an emergency that forces you to evacuate, you need a first-aid kit that you can easily (and quickly) take with you. This one has plenty of stuff in it, including a hiker's needs like Moleskin, bandages and dressings, a syringe and antibiotic cream. It weighs less than a pound, and it's 5.X7.5X3 inch package is easy to fit into packs. We also suggest this as a kit that goes well in your vehicle.
Adventure Medical Kits Mountain Series Daytripper First Aid Kit
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Bottom line: A reasonably small but versatile first-aid kit appropriate for go-bag and vehicle.
Recommended for: Go-bag, vehicle.
You’ll also need: We suggest adding in trauma dressing and quick-clot at a bare minimum.
Be aware: All first-aid kits are somewhat limited. Go through it BEFORE you take it, and alter or add to your needs.
The downside of any of these first-aid kits is you don't really know what's in them. You take a glance and then move on. The stuff in this Adventure Day Tripper is of decent quality, but still not entirely sufficient. We think it could use a few more items, especially trauma dressing and an anti-clotting agent in case of a serious injury. That being said, it's an easy size to pack and relatively lightweight, and the compartments are helpfully labeled.
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For serious wounds, consider trauma dressing like this Israeli Bandage Battle Dressing First Aid Compression Bandage and a blood-clotting sponge like the QuikClot Advanced Clotting Sponge with Zeolite.