Originally Posted by Zanshin
I'm still working on this list. I am fairly certain that I can get EpiPens added and perhaps some alternatives to the antibiotics and antifungals and analgesics (I would like to get Percocet or the like, but will wait until I get to a country which hasn't made them illegal). I'll keep the board posted on additions. I'm also tempted to stop putting together the non-prescription components and first-aid supplies piecemeal, and at the moment this Marine 2000
kit looks like a good and complete deal.
That is a pretty solid kit. Eric Weiss, the president of the company has written a few good books, including a new one on marine medicine as well. I think the color-coding system and separating supplies based on usage makes a lot more sense than some of the other kits, which just bundle everything all together.
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