For me it would be dramatic, I don't do anything small time.Small med kit. The usual, plasters, sterile wipes, burn pad, bandage (Mil type with tightening wings if poss.) etc but also a couple of those blood clotting pads. A great way to limit blood loss while awaiting help, or getting to a hospital. You dont have to loose a lot of blood to be in trouble.
An injury doesnt have to be dramatic to be a pain. I keep one in my range bag and used it a few months back, when I cut my hand. I was able to clean the cut and apply a plaster and kept on shooting.
Were I had to go, to get to my rock, was h-ll , dozens of blowdowns, trees on top of trees , giant rocks, and crevices to get true and over. It's no picnic for anyone, much less a 71 year old. Any wrong step could be a twisted leg or a broken ankle, or a knee popped out of joint. A busted hip. That is my rock ,I use to hunt off of, on the back side of it is a big open crevice and other boulders. That's the side I come in from. Started in the woods at 07:00, got out at 03:40 never seen or herd another person all day. Hiking or hunting.For me it would be dramatic, I don't do anything small time.