Thursday, July 1, 2010

First Aid Kit

Bandage Materials

gauze roll (1)
Tefla non adherent pad (for road rash) (6)
5" x 9" sterile gauze pad (1)
eye pads (2)
3" x 3" gauze pads (6)
40" x 40" x 56" triangular bandage (1)
mole skin (1 pkg)
small bandage (8)
medium fabric bandages (6)
medium plastic bandages (12)
finger tip bandages (2)knuckel bandages (2)
rectangular bandages (2)
tensor bandage (1 roll)
tape (1 roll)


scissors (1)
tweezers (1)
thermometer (1)
syringe (1)
scalpel blades (2)
safety pins (6)
CPR mask (1)
medical examination gloves (2)
splinter removers (2)
4.5" x 36" pliable SAM splint


Antiseptic towelette (10)
Moist towelette (wet nap) (6)
alcohol prep towelette (6)
Antiseptic hand cleaner (5)
After bite towelette (8)
Aloe Vera cooling gel (1 bottle)
sterile saline wipes for eye area (2)
Sterile saline wash for eyes (1 bottle)
Iodine ointment (4 pkgs)
Polysporin complete (1 tube)


purified drinking water (two 125ml pkg)
wire splint (1)
hand warmer (2 pkg)
cold pack (1)
Q-tips (10)
emergency blanket (1)
good first aid booklet


  1. RT -

    I love the blog!!! But - i'm very unnerved at the idea of you carrying a scalpel and a syringe........


  2. I recently became aware of your adventure that happens this 10.10.10. I am helping to produce a worldwide participatory media event the same day to create a movie about the entire world. I would love to talk about how to include your event in ours and possibly have it be featured in our documentary film. The Project is called "One Day on Earth" and here's more info about it:

    We would like to invite you to partner with us on 10.10.10 in contributing to an unprecedented new media event.

    Every Nation, 24 hours, and You.

    On October 10th, 2010, our organization, will be creating a video time capsule in order to provide a snapshot of this one day all around the world.
    Across the planet, documentary filmmakers, students, and inspired citizens will record the human experience over a 24-hour period. By participating in this historic event, you will help capture the diversity of life and culture on this planet. Together we will create a document that is a gift to the world.
    More than a film, One Day on Earth is a multi-platform participatory media project.
    The flagship of this project is a 120-minute documentary to be released theatrically. Through the One Day on Earth platform we will establish a community that not only watches, but participates.
    If you would be interested in including footage of your event for this project, please sign up on our website at or contact us at . We will be happy to explain details of the project and facilitate your participation in any way we can.


    Eric Bass