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[pct-l] RE: First Aid Kit
- Subject: [pct-l] RE: First Aid Kit
- From: saskiadaru at xs4all.nl (Saskia Daru)
- Date: Fri Jul 9 02:33:59 2004
- In-reply-to: <40EC577C.email@example.com>
I'm planning to take the waterless hand cleaner as an "after-toilet
resource"... As many on this list and otherwise have stated: there is more
chance of getting Giardia from people (including yourself) not washing their
hands well enough and touching food afterwards than from the water on the
trail. To me it is worth the extra few grams.
> From: Dave <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2004 14:05:16 -0600
> To: Bill Person <email@example.com>
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [pct-l] RE: First Aid Kit
> I would agree with that I also hjas a paramedic would carry a samll
> bottel of the waterless hand cleaner take your gloves off and dose your
> hands real good with that stuff . even if you carry that stuff any ways
> carry one in your first aid kit.
> Bill Person wrote:
>> I'm a ski patroller and would add a few pairs of non-latex gloves for
>> protecting yourself from blood borne pathogens while treating others.
>> Hepatitus is a nasty disease, incurable, and not at all unlikely. One drop
>> of blood is enough.
>> A well spent ounce IMHO. My $0.02 worth.
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