Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Mountain equipment in expedition part 3

HEALTH
Insect repellent: think about DEET or MosiGuar.
Vitamins
Malaria Tablets if 
you opt to require them (seek recommendation from your doctor early. Some anti-malarial courses have to be compelled to start many days or weeks before departure.
After sun or moisturizer
Factor 30+ sun cream.
Small 
Mountain equipment aid  kit (A team medical kit with comprehensive medical care provision are carried by the expedition doctor or medic.
A waterproof bag or Tupperware box is suggested for your aid kit.
Pain killers, 
isobutyl phenyl prop ionic acid or Paracetamol
Zinc oxide tape 
and tiny scissors (cheaper tapes usually don’t adhere, elastic bandage sticks best.
Mellon dressing pads x 
four
2 x crepe bandages
1 x 
sling.
Compeed Blister Pads (please note that Compeed 
manufacture many similar-looking blister packs for corns, etc. Please make sure you purchase the standard/ original blister item).
Diahorrea tablets (Imodium or Antibiotic).
Antiseptic wipes.
Antiseptic cream
Piriton tablets for allergies.
Eurax cream for bites
Travelers sterile syringe kit (on sale at Boots etc).
Any medication you 
unremarkably use.
Note: Please 
build the expedition leaders responsive to any medical conditions that may have an effect on your health on the expedition well ahead.

MISCELLANEOUS
A watches.
Head torch and spare batteries.
Camera and film or 
photographic camera with memory cards
Sunglasses with UV-filter lenses.
Penknife 
keeps in mind to not pack this or different sharp objects in your luggage. Recommend: Asaklitt Blade.
Gaffa tape for emergency repairs to your kit, 
you'll take some off the roll and wrap it around one thing else in your kit.
1 x 
snap ring to secure rucksacks
Spare boot laces
Small 
outfit for repairs to your wear.
Re-sealable plastic 
luggage for rubbish and dirty laundry