Content List

Thanks for purchasing a kit from Cascade First Aid! Since our contents are ever evolving based on product availability or best practices, we don't include content cards with the kits. However, visit us here and you'll find the most up to date content lists and links to tutorials on how to use some of your great contents.  

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Contents listed here are those in the Advanced Trauma Module within the Liberty Bell. It also comes with a Traverse kit (see dropdown for specific contents). This kit is most useful for those who have taken a Wilderness First Aid, Wilderness First Responder Course, or have some additional formal medical training. 

- SAM XT Tourniquet- Windlass tourniquets are all that counts. Period. 
Permanent marker: timestamp that tourniquet! Also useful for wound borders and marking amputation sites (just kidding). 
- SAM splint – endlessly customizable. Did you know you can cut these down to size for a finger, wrist, thumb spica, etc?
- SAM Chest Seal with Valve- We recommend first aid or first responder training if you plan to use this 
- Alcohol swabsticks
- Microfoam tape- This stretchy, occlusive tape has many uses from wound care to splinting. 
- ABD pads, for wounds requiring more absorption
- Compressive dressing (brand: ACE wrap)
- Triangular bandages 
- Pulse Oximeter- rapid knowledge of heart rate and oxygenation
- #10 Scalpel 
- Full size Trauma Shears
- Medication Kit with label- If you’re buying the LB, we assume you’ve had extra training or insight to think outside the box about the medication specifics for your group and location of activity. Don’t hesitate to make an appointment with your doctor for refills or prescription medications specific to your journey. 
- 2x Extra long ridgeline straps. Exceptionally useful for all splinting/slinging needs.
      Our mountain bike specific pack. 
      - Hand Sanitizer wipes
      - Nitrile gloves
      - Gauze Sponges
      - Coban or “self adhering wrap” 
      - Alcohol and iodine prep pads
      - 4” and ¾” fabric bandages
      - Steri strips
      - Non-adherent gauze- this is labeled as an Oil Emulsification or vaseline impregnated gauze. These are the best of the best when it comes to dressing road rash, large abrasions, and even burns. Pair with antibiotic ointment to further reduce wound dry-out and constriction. If you’re interested in xeroform– send us a message! See our how-to video here.
        Medications:
        • NSAIDS including ibuprofen (brand: Advil) and aspirin (brand: Bayer). 
        • Acetaminophen (brand: Tylenol). See our blog post about when to use what here
        • Diphenhydramine (brand: Benadryl)
        • Antacids
        • Glucose gel 
        • Antibiotic ointment
        • Hydrocortisone cream
        Tongue depressor – great for splinting small digits!
        Triangular bandage- See how-to video here
        Mini shears- Mini but mighty. Can do just about anything short of trail maintenance, from cutting steris to clothes.
        For lightweight endurance
        - Knee high panty hose- Say what? This is a tried and true trick of many endurance athletes. Try putting them under your socks for reducing friction in any boot
        - Kinesiotape- an alternate favorite for high friction areas, with a multitude of other uses
        - Squirrel’s Nut Butter stick- use to prep and maintain high friction areas
        - Alcohol prep pads- the key to prepping a clean, dry surface for maximal stickiness
        4” and ¾ ” fabric bandages
        - Ibuprofen
        - Antacids- If you have difficulty with nausea during endurance races or activities, talk to your primary doc about prescription medications to combat this
        - Antibiotic ointment
        - Joshua Tree mineral facestick– it's not one of the 10 essentials for nothin’!
        - Safety pin
        - Ranger Band- Did you know these can be used for emergency tinder!?

         Tried and true, the most fundamental of first aid

        Protection
        - Nitrile gloves
        - Sanitizing wipes
        - Mineral sunscreen stick
          Wound Cleaning and Care
          - Alcohol and Iodine prep pads: key to prepping a clean, dry surface for maximal stickiness
          - Hibiclens packet: see how-to video here
          - Gauze Sponges
          - Coban or “self adhering wrap” 
          - Kinesiotape: an alternate favorite for high friction areas, with a multitude of other uses
          - 4” and ¾” fabric bandages
          - Steri strip wound closure systems
          - Super Glue
          - Non-adherent gauze- this is labeled as an Oil Emulsification or vaseline impregnated gauze. These are the best of the best when it comes to dressing road rash, large abrasions, and even burns. Pair with antibiotic ointment to further reduce wound dry-out and constriction. If you’re interested in xeroform– send us a message! See our how-to video here
            Medications
            • NSAIDS including ibuprofen (brand: Advil) and aspirin (brand: Bayer). 
            • Acetaminophen (brand: Tylenol). See our blogpost about when to use what here
            • Diphenhydramine (brand: Benadryl)
            • Antacids
            • Glucose gel 
            • Antibiotic ointment
            • Artificial tears
            • Hydrocortisone cream
            • Oral Rehydration Salts
              Tools/Safety
              - Iris scissors 
              - Pick ups (aka forceps or tweezers)
              - Biohazard bag
              - Dehydrated wipe See our video here
              - Emergency Mylar Blanket
              - Ridgeline strap
              - Ranger band – did you know these can double as fire starter?