Dr. Dave's list of cheap -but important- stuff

Students often ask me what they should carry in their medical kit. This list covers things that are light, cheap, small, and multifunctional. I use this list as a nidus of a one hour talk for people interested in exploring Wilderness Medicine.


“There are two things to have with you when you get bitten—a set of car keys and someone to drive you to the hospital. If you have a cell phone, call ahead and let them know you are on the way.”

Whit Gibbons is professor emeritus of ecology at the University of Georgia, retired senior ecologist at the Savannah River Ecology Lab and a research professor at the University of South Carolina-Aiken.

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