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  • We will be CLOSED February 18-25, 2014.  All orders placed during this time will be shipped after February 26, 2014.
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Dr. Sekiguchi in Kenya

Our client, Raymond Sekiguchi, M.D., sent these comments after using his Wilderness Medical Systems Denali Plus kit...


Kurt has had an eventful year in 2011, traveling to both Bolivia and the Cameroon to field test our products.  In Bolivia, he lived in the jungle and had a chance to field test insect repellents. 


Dr. Miller in HaitiOur client, Dr. David Miller, sent this message and photos of his Wilderness Medical Systems Absorkee kit in action...


The critical role of proper nutrition, and hydration in preventing accident and illness during any wilderness trip cannot be overemphasized. If you think of the human body as a soft machine, then the importance of fuel (nutrients) and engine coolant (water) become obvious.


For most of us the concept of wilderness has little to do with the notion of access to medical care, and everything to do with the sense that only in wilderness are our spirits truly free. Nevertheless, every time we enter the wilderness, we risk injury, illness, or worse. Injuries and illness to backcountry visitors are quite common.