- Emergency Trauma Kit: Uniquely customized by U.S Military Veterans to get you well-prepared in advance for emergencies. This trauma kit is ideal for field tactical medics, police, military, combat lifesavers, first responders, outdoor enthusiasts, and more.
- Massive Hemorrhage and Circulatory Care: This kit contains the most user-friendly, compact, and popular survival and first aid supplies for massive bleeding control on the market. It uses a military combat tourniquet, tactical pressure dressing, and compressed gauze.
- Respiratory and Hypothermia Treatment: Sealing the open chest wound seems like a no-brainer for respiratory care. As a seal, a durable plastic packaging of any product in the kit can be used to seal the wound with medical tape. A shock often occurs after a massive loss of blood, causing a drop in body temperature. The emergency thermal blanket is designed to keep the body temperature warm as a treatment for hypothermia.
- Bone Fracture Treatment: 36" Splint Roll to keep your bones in position, triangle bandage, and elastic bandage to wrap around and secure the limb from moving around. Together, those items are purposely selected in this kit for any bone fracture of your limbs.
After one evening when I was driving home from work at midnight on a two lane road, when I came across a single vehicle rollover. The driver was ok, just banged up a bit. But I realized I was not prepared for anything. Not even Band-Aids. Not saying that I could do any good with this kit even though I have some basic lifesaver training from years ago. But another passer by just might have the training. Either way it is better to have it instead of having nothing. With the states going crazy at the moment literally anything could happen at anytime. It doesn't have a 7th Generation turniquite like a few others complained about. It has a Gen3, but when gen 3 was the best available it was saving lives, so I don't get the issue. If I ever need to replace it I will then get the latest. A few things I have added are 4 Chem-lites, a 3" folding knife, quick clot gauze, and a HyFin chest seal dressing. There is room for it so why not. I can't see where I will ever use it but I have it so I won't ever be needing it. Things I think I may still add are better gloves and medical tape. The kit has medical tape, but I like the fabric tape better. As for the items in the pack they seem adequate for what you may need if rolling up on an accident. And it was cheap enough that I would not hesitate to break it out and use it.It is also small enough to remove from the jeep and toss in a back pack if we go hiking or boating or anything else you could think of.
Feels like fairly complete kit as an IFAK kit. I'm going be adding a pack of quickclot to mine. I've been a EMT/firefighter for 28 years and outdoorsman and off-roaders even longer. I will be adding a strap on kit with basic first-aid kit to this with Band-Aids, etc...
Excellent well made pouch with very good zippers and zippier pulls. Just about the right size and weight to attach to your belt or pack. All the supplies are well thought out and new. The inside has enough slots and a small pouch. I just added the QuickClot Advanced Clotting Gauze and the HyFin Vent ChestSeal TwinPack to my kit. Fits with no problem. The American Flag and Red Cross patches adds a really nice touch to the overall appearance.
I am U.S. Army combat veteran and I have always used self put together survival kit. So, I have an idea and experience what goes into a basic survival bag. It comes with enough first aid bandages, splits, and what knots to administer first aid in emergency situations. I would have added a survival knife, fire starter, 550 cord, snare wire and fishing line with hooks, but that's just me. The bag is super light and properly seals contents. This comes close what a Soldier would use in an first aid emergency situation. Great looking product.
Purchased this kit as it had a very solid molle pouch with around 80% of what I was looking for in a bag. After comparing the price of just the bag + the contents it was worth it to buy this package. I did have to change the contents a bit though since I really needed a Trauma kit, not a first aid kit for this bags purpose.Removed- Burn Dressing- Elastic Bandage- 1 of the 2 medical tapesAdded- Cohesive Bandage- Hyfin Vent Chest Seal x2- Hemostatic Powder x2- Large Gauze Sponges x2- CPR Emergency face shield- Burnshield Burn Dressing x2- Nasopharyngeal Tube + lube-*Not listed on the contents was a pack of assorted bandaids in different styles and sizes that came with this bag. I left them in since they take up very little room*I also removed the bag of 4 gloves and packed them in pairs before re-adding them. As you can see though there was room to add a decent amount of options. The bag is full but I would not call it "stuffed". It still closes easily.TL;DR: There's room for additions to upgrade into a proper kit.