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 Post subject: Mini IFAK EDC Tool Kit
PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 8:37 am 
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Here is a first version of a mini IFAK I threw together.
Things will probably change out later on and always evolve
I had this slim camera case from Goodwill store for $1.00. I try to stop at the thrift stores every few days, I find some nice gear there at times for cheap.
I think these cases make good cheap gray man type kits to keep in a EDC system.
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Then just added some items from other kits.
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rolled up semi useless but small face mask
eye drops full size - to be swapped out for 2 smaller bottles of peroxide and alcohol or iodine.
scissors
nail clippers
tweezer set
needles, safety pins
small razor
q-tips
Band-aid pack with 6 or so different sizes
2- 4"x4" gauze pads
little gauze roll
big gauze roll
duct tape on card
1 pair latex gloves
medicine packet - anti-bio oint, non-asprin, motrin, benedryl, alchohol wipe, antacid
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Weighs about 7 OZ.
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I'd say add suture kit.
Any suggestions? appreciated.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 4:37 pm 
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Looks good for its use.

Looks ike a well thought out boo boo bag.

If anything, maybe add an ace, many uses, not to big.

Skip the sutures, derma bond its mo easy and doesnt have the liability/training curve.
besides the scope of the kit doesnt seem to be perminant treatment, only to get ya where you can get help.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2011 3:35 am 
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Agreed. Good kit, but skip the sutures.

Some thoughts:
-Add some 3M Steri Strips if you want something for wound closure
-Consider sturdier scissors (they make mini trauma shears)
-What is the razor blade for?
-Do not put iodine/alcohol/H2O2 in there (waste of space/useless for 1st aid)
-Replace the clear-eyes with a little saline eyewash bottle
-More gloves
-A CPR shield (toss the face mask)
-You have some good meds in there- Add some Immodium tablets and some more Motrin
-Add a triangular bandage if it will fit.

Great start, though. My only concern is that you might get your kit stolen by someone who wants a digital camera! :P

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