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In the same vein as the ""Firearms Hot or Not", "Communications Hot or Not" and the "Show off your BOB" threads, this thread is dedicated to sharing your personal First Aid Kit gear which can be your individual first-aid kit, a trauma kit, vehicle first aid kits, Medical aid bag from work, etc.

You can include a detailed list of contents, pictures, links, your reasons for choosing your set up, and anything else you want related to your FAK equipment but PLEASE keep regular discussion or comments on previous posts off this thread. If you would like your gear critiqued PLEASE feel free to start a new thread.

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Please post comments of criticism here: http://zombiehunters.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=25015

OK... here's my back up pack when the E-CAK (Emergency Comfort Aid Kit) gets dropped or lost in a drunken stupor or something.


It's not that cool but it's not bad for a civilian.

The bag:
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I need to get some fancy molle accessories to attached to the side for a few items that need quicker access like Scissors, gloves, face masks, etc
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The Red Smoke grenade is in case I need to signal air support or if I need to distract my nemisis for a quick get away.
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Various Meds, electrolites and crap. This is the junk drawer of the med kit
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This is the boo boo section of the First Aid Kit. Contains, ointments, alcohol/antiseptic wipes, band-aids, small rolls of gauze, and things to deal with non-urgent medical needs.
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The inside is where all the emergency care crap is. I'm tired of typing so just look at it yourself:

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I need some airway stuff.

Oh, I have some eye wash stuff. Forgot to put it in the bag. Going to toss in a bottle of water or two in for the electrolite packets as well.

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NFA's FAK and Trauma Bag

NFA's FAK wrote:
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As you can see, my model can support the weight of the loaded bag without a problem...


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The top, outside, zipped pocket contains: Leatherman Squirt P4, Fox40 Whistle, Fenix L2D flashlight, and a foam clown nose...


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The bottom, outside, zipped pocket contains: "Mountaineering Medicine" (a great little book on 1st-aid), rite in the rain notebook, sharpies, hand-sanitizer gel packets, nitrile gloves, fire-starting kit...

Inside the main pocket, I have a bunch of ziplocked bags of supplies by use:


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Wipes and ammonia inhalants...


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Along the back of the pack, there is a divider, behind which I have a heavy-weight space blanket and some bandanas...


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Some miscellaneous supplies - scissors/forceps, SAM splint, cold-pack, betadine surgical scrub (not that I'll be performing surgery, but these things allow you to really clean your hands, even under fingernails, if you need to get in someone's bloody bits), and Gatorade for rehydration (I use twice as much water as indicated in the directions)...


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Gauze and combine dressings...


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Meds - reusable thermometer, suntan goop, benadryl, blistex, triple antibiotic goop, cough drops, aspirin/advil/tylenol, actifed, pepto-bismol, immodium, hydrocortisone goop...


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Minor wound closure - bandaids aplenty, steri-strips, superglue, and some moleskin hiding in the pile of bandaids :oops:


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Trauma dressings - israeli bandage, bloodstopper dressing, aberdeen dressing, muslin bandage...


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Kerlix...6 of them...


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Tape...7 rolls...




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My Trauma Bag is a companion piece to the FAK, designed with broken or leaky people in mind...


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The main pocket contains most of the stuff...


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The contents of the main pocket - 3 izzy's, SAM splint, space blanket, 3 bloodstopper dressings, 4 combine dressings, 4 gauze pads, Celox clotting agent, QuikClot sponge, 2 Asherman Chest Seals (ACS), 6 packages of Kerlix...


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There's a sleeve/pocket/space in between the pockets, just right for another copy of "mountaineering medicine", a rite in the rain pad, a couple of sharpies, and some antibacterial wipes...


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The middle pocket has - a betadine surgical scrub (with fingernail scraper), nitrile gloves, saline for wound irrigation...


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The final pocket has - scissors, forceps, clothes rippers, muslin bandage, 5 rolls of tape, and a business card-wrap of gorilla tape...




I like to have the big bags for group outings or camping trips, but for general use and shorter outings, I just bring and my EDC FAK along, and shove it in whatever bag I'm carrying...

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This is the FAK that I bring everywhere with me...to work, on hikes, geocaching, camping, on field trips, etc...

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My kit, handle wrapped in blaze duct tape to make it easier to find, shown next to some paperback for scale...


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What you see when you open the kit...a bunch of freezer-weight ziplocks, hopefully ordered by need as you go in...


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Here are all of the components unpacked from the FAK...I like the bags because it keeps thing separate/organized/dry and also stops all of the stuff from rubbing itself apart when I move the FAK from place to place...


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1st bag - nitrile gloves, tape, triangular bandage, secure strips...


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2nd bag - israeli bandage (IZZY)...


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3rd bag - kerlix, combine dressings, bloodstopper dressing...


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4th bag - bandaids of various shapes/sizes, second skin, hand sanitizer, sting-eze, tweezers...


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5th bag - saline for irrigation and clorox (for water treatment and/or making disinfectant solution)...clorox is in a second ziplock


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6th bag - (going clockwise from top) slap-on thermometer, advil and tylenol, wet ones and nice n' clean wipes, sunscreen, betadine wipes, hand sanitizer, triple antibiotic, insect repellent, duct tape, benadryl (tabs and strips) pepto bismol, actifed, immodium...


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7th bag - gorilla tape wrapped around ZS card (in its own ziplock), whistle, multitool, flashlight...




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This is my trauma kit. That's a rescue mask hanging on the outside*. There are 2 green glowsticks in a hidden pocket. The poncho I used as a backdrop is also part of this kit.

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Part one of this tri-fold bag: 4 nasopharyngeal tubes**, 2 israeli bandages, 2 slings, 4 pair of nitrile gloves, 1 pair of trauma shears, 2 combat app tourniquets**.

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Part two: kerlix and a roll of durapore medical tape.

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Part three: water-jel bandage, 1 lg and 2 sm military field dressings, 2 chest seals**, 2 sam splints**, 2 packets of cera-lyte, 2 ace bandages.

*I've taken first aid/cpr classes in the past with the Red Cross, but my 1 year cert is expired.
**No formal training, but I have been shown by several people how to use them.


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The bag itself is a Tactical Tailor Trauma Pack. The Black bag tied to the bottom of the pack is a roll up stretcher. Nalgen bottel holder and Smoke grenade pouch both from DiamondBack Tactical.

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The General First Aid pouch:
~ 18 x Immodium Advanced Chewables
~ Bottle of Decongestant (50 count)
~ Pack of Mole Skin
~ 5 x Sting Mitigator
~ Tube of hydrocortisone
~ Thermometer
~ Bottle of SPF 50 Sunscreen (w/ bug dope in it)
~ Tube of Antibacterial cream
~ Epipen
~ 5 x Oral Rehydration Salts
~ A lot x Sissy Strips (Adhesive Strips)

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Massive Blood Loss pouch:
~ 3 x QuikClot
~ 5 x Asherman Chest Seals
~ 3 x CAT Tourniquet

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Main Area:
~ 20ish x Kerlix Rolls
Moving Clockwise from Top Right
~ Black Talon Gloves
~ 5 x Abdominal Bandages
~ 5 x EZ Scrubs w/ povidone iodine
~ Sam Splint
~ 4 x Izzy Bandages
~ 2 x Rolls Tape
~ Mega Bottle of 800mg Ibuprofen
~ Sam Splint
~ 4 x Izzy Bandages
In hydration pouch under everything
~ 3 Liter Camelbak

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Left side:
~ 3-4 Each(in various sizes) NPA/OPA
~ CPR Mask
~ Asherman Chest Seal
Right Side:
~ 2 x EMT Shears
~ 4 x ACE Bandages
~ Emergancy Blanket

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Diamonback Tactical Pouch with RED Smoke Grenade for signaling help.

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Diamondback Tactical Nalgen pouch with bottle (I live in the Desert, I have a much higher chance of having to re-hydrate someone then anything else)

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These are some pics of my largest kit, again Spencer:


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Main compartement:

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Blown-up pic:

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I won't list all the items, but these items are included:

- Intubation / tracheotomy/chest-decompression gear
- AMBU-bag
- O2-cylinder with masks
- Res-q-Vac (suction-device)
- C-collars
- needle-container
- IV-bags, kits,needles,etc.
- Glucose-meter
- Roll of duct-tape
- drug-pouch
- small FAK-pouch
- Trauma pouch with QC, M.A.T. PriMed-Gauze, ABD's, chest-seals, etc.
- 'surgical-pouch' with stuff like, NG-kits, sutures, surgical-tools, catheters, etc.
- BP-cuff and stethoscope
- Medic-vest
- garbage-bags, emt-sheers, flashlights, hand desinfectant,etc.
- gloves and tape (a lot more than pictured)

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The bag an Ergodyne Arsenal Trauma Bag
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The Contents
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The bag packed
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The closed bag
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Not pictured is the Benchmade 5 Hook that DocSimon's post talked me into buying.

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Alright, here is my stomp II bag. Dum DUm DUMMMMMM!

The back:
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As you can see, the flag is facing the correct way, my name is on it, there is the ZS Medic patch, and a highspeed medical patch.

Turn it to the side and you get this:
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Not too much, other than it becomes obvious this bag is loaded to the max that it can be. Very very full.

Turn to the other side and you get:
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Two sets of shears. Why carry one set when two will fit?
Duct tape :twisted:
And there is a C-collar on front that you couldn't see in the front pic

Then lets open the front flap:
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I call the front flap the emergency flap. Almost everything I need for emergency medicine should be located here. This is kind of the over view. On the set of loops closest to the camera I have from left to right:
1 totally random surgilube left from whoever had this bag before that I've never taken out:
1 Ink Pen
1 OPA
2 Orange Chem Lights
1 Sharps shuttle
2 PR Gloves
2 NPA kits

Side view:
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1st section:
3 ACE Wraps
2nd section
3 ETD
3rd Section
3 ETD
4th Section
2 Rolls 3" Tape
2 Hemcon

Alright, the other side of my emergnecy flap:
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In the loops from left to right:
Velket with 3 Rolls of 1" tape
1 SOFT-T TQ
2 CAT TQs
2 Rolls Kerlix
3 Compressed gauze
3 Compressed gauze
3 Compressed gauze
3 Compressed gauze
In the zipper under the loops:
1 Roll Coban
3 6" Ace Wraps

In the zipper under that:
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1 BP Cuff
1 Stethiscope

Also on the emergency flap there are two pockets:
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First pocket:
1 Fistfull of gloves
1 Complete IV Kit w/ hextend
Second pocket:
1 KING LT
1 Extra NPA
2 14ga Decompression Cathaters
1 ACS w/ super glue (We can't get the BCS or new ACS yet)
1 Pocket Mask

A note on my IV kits.
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This is how I keep my IVs.
2 18ga cathathers (for NS or LR it is 1 14ga and 1 18 ga, soldier's veins can usually handle a 14)
2 prep pads
2 gloves
1 tubing set
1 Tegaderm
1 2x2 (or 4x4)
1 constricting band
1 Saline Lock/Heplock
You can see in these pics that when I am really trying to help myself out I put tape on all the packaging to assist in opening. Also you'll notice that I dont have to tear into the IV kit, all the supplies can be opened and removed when the are still bundeled together. Thus keeping my shit in one place.

That's about it for the emergency flap. This is my nonemergency side.

Just peeking in the top:
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And Open:
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Left to right:
Advanced Equipment/excess pocket
IV Pocket
Middle fold
Med excess pocket
Books pocket
Meds
BVM and pressure infuser

And now the pictures

Advanced Equipment/Excess Pocket
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With the EENT kit removed:
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My advanced pocket includes:
EENT Kit (Pictued next)
1 Laryngoscope handle
2 Laryngescope blades
2 Endotracheal Tubes
5 Scalples
2 14ga decompression needles.
1 Shears

The EENT Kit Opened:
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This set up works with several attachments:
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That light is also the one for my Laryngescope:
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Then there is the excess pocket in this same flap:
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It has various ammounts of:
18ga IV Catheters
Tegaderms
2x2s
Field Medical Cards
Gloves

This is the IV pocket, and then the zipper on the meds excess pocket:
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2 1000ML Bags of NS in complete kits as described earlier

The outter zipper on the meds excess pocket contains
4 Rolls 1" Tape
5 Packets of Rehydration salt

Notice the thing with the blue cloth on top? It comes out/is unattached to the bag. Here it is pulled out and opened:
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Extra medications (To respply the kit later pictured)
Thermometer
Moleskin
Blank Medical Record Papers ( AKA 'SF-600" )

Alright this is the books, meds, and BVM section:
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(With books and Meds removed so you can see the pockets)
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Here is what I keep in the books pocket:
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2 Sam splints
1 Note Pad
1 Combat Medic Field Reference
1 Unit Soap Notes Quick Reference

My meds:
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(I have the bag in the truck right now and I am too lazy to get it, I will edit this later for the complete list:
Top row, left to right:
Loperimide (Immodium)
Dicyclomine
Keflex
Benadryl
Psudophed
2nd Row, left to right:
Unknown
Albuterol
Motrin
Tylenol
2rd Row, left to right
Unknown
Unknown
Pill Bags
Rolaids
Clariton

And then the last and final pocket:
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1 BVM w/ mask
1 Pressure Infuser

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Combat Life Saver Bag, Plus

x5 Atropine
x2 Hetastarch
x3 Field Dressing
x3 Bandage
x2 Trauma Dressing
x20 Band Aids
x20 Alcohol Swabs
x1 Roll Tape, Surgical
x15 Iodine Swabs
x3 ACE Wrap
x15 Surgical Swabs
x1 100mm Airway Mouth
x1 80mm Airway Mouth
x1 Nasal Airway, LG
x1 Nasal Airway, Sm
x1 Medial Scissors
x4 Tube Drain
x4 Intravenous Injector
x10 Surgical Gloves
x4 SAM Splint
x4 Catheter/NDL 18GA
x1 Pocket CPR Mask
200ct Ibuprofen
200ct Aspirin
x4 Israeli Bandage
x1 Ink Pen, Permanent
x1 Roll 100 mph Tape
x1 Note Pad
x2 Black Hawk Tourniquets
x4 Gator Aid Packets (For Electrolytes)
x2 1000cc Bags of LR
x2 Packets Quickclot

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My range FAK is in a plastic case which used to hold a basic household boo-boo box. It now holds:

3 pairs non-latex gloves
2 Izzy Bandages
5 Quick-Clots
1 ACS
1 roll of cloth tape
half a dozen or so 2" gauze pads
half a dozen or so alchohol wipes
a handful of plain-old bandaids
1 eye pad
1 tweezers
2 disposable straight razors from County Comm
1 flashlight
1 spare pocketknife (I had an extra laying around, and there was room for it...)
1 glowstick
1 tube neosporin (aka: magic minor wound spackle)
1 CPR shield clipped to the box's handle

In addition, both my range bag & my pick-up have a roll of duct tape in them in case the medical tape fails to git-r-dun. The kit is set up for two levels of care: The minor "I got a splinter" & "I cut myself on the rusty junk we're shooting at" level or the "Oh shit, that idjit Cleetus done plugged me!" level. The glowstick & flashlight are there because the S never seems to HTF when there's plenty of light to see just how bad the splatter is, and I figure that between those two & my EDC flashlight I'll have at least one functioning light source.

At some point I need to put together a proper camping/day-to-day type med kit with ACE bandages, SAM splints, a metric fuck-ton of kerlex, some Immodium AD, and what's left of the boo-boo box supplies.

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Link to my Trauma Bag here

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Well, after much contemplation, and multiple set-up trials, I've finally settled on my bag set-up, for now at least. Here we go-

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Front of STOMP II Medic Bag, with patches and rescue whistle. (will be ordering SEVERAL ZS patches shortly!)
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Right side, with 4" Smith and Wesson SWAT serrated folder
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Left side, with Mini Maglite w/LED conversion
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Front flap opened up
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Left (or inside) section, with:
[TOP]pens, tweezers, EMT shears (x2), red & blue Sharpies, another Mini Maglite, chemlight, super glue tubes in ziploc (x4), hand sanitizer, Liquid Bandage, thin roll of gauze
[BOTTOM]4 rolls of Kerlix, Tourni-Kwik, another thin gauze roll
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First pouch under Kerlix:
2 IZZYs (or ETBs, or whatever you kids are calling them these days... :lol: )
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Pouch unter ETBs:
Quik Clot Sport (cheapest), eye wash, eye pads
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Pouch under pens, etc.:
Large SAM splint, several sizes field dressings, several triangular bandages
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Opposite from Kerlix, etc. (inside outside flap)
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Bottom section (left in pics) opened:
Medical tape (x4), ACE bandages (x2), credit card Duct tape (about 25 feet), about 15 feet paracord, First Aid manual, Tactical response card
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Other zip pouch:
Nitrile gloves (x5 pairs), antibacterial hand wipes (x20), Black Diamond Zenix headlamp, ear-loop procedure masks (x10)
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Next inner section
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Top zip pouch:
CPR rescue mask (in red pouch), Nasopharyngeal airway tube, ACSs (x3)
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Mesh pouch w/straps, under ACSs:
Ice packs (x2), emergency water pouch, disposable warming pack, emergency blanket
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Mesh pocket over smaller pull out pouch:
Assorted band-aids, bandages, wound closure strips, moleskin, assorted sized gauze pads
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Smaller pull-out pouch (blue handled):
Med Kit- Aspirin, Ibuprophen, Acetominophen, anti-diarreal, anti-itch cream, antacids, antibiotic ointment, Benedryl (liquid and dissolving strips), sunscreen cream, BS (broad spectrum) antibiotic pills, antibacterial wipes, glucose gel
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Mesh pocket over larger pullout pouch:
Finger splints (x2), splinter removers, Q-tips, tongue depressers, alcohol preps
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Larger pull-out pouch (red handled):
Burn Kit- Burn Jel Plus, combo pads-large (x4), large adhesive gauze pads, Gold Bond powder, triangular bandages (x2), ACE bandage, Bic lighter (don't know why 8) )


Well, I think that's about it (at least for now).....

Comments anyone?






My IFAK, attached to my EDC bag (link here)

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Well, now lets check out the IFAK. It has the carrying rig, complete with alice clips, an inner hard case, and then the contents-

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In no particular order-

2 pairs Nitrile gloves
2 Ear-loop procedure masks (easier to pack than the "conical" N-95s)
Assorted small, medium, and large bandages
x3 burn creme individual packets
X4 Hydrocortisone individual packets
Large eye patch
Tube antibiotic creme
Ziploc with 500mg Acetominephen
Wound closure strips w/cover bandages
X1 Military field dressing
X1 IZZY (ETD- Emergency Trauma Dressing)
Approximately 30 alcohol preps
Notepad


I've been too busy (translated = lazy) to post pics of my Truck FAK.

Soon though.

Maybe.

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Here is my old FAK.

And now, I finally got all at the same time, time, camera, camera cables, motivation, camera and FAK in the same place, and internet access.

My FAK needed to be reorganized, and a few new things I'd gotten added in/some things restocked, and re-inventoried, so I took advantage of that and took some new porn of it, in the 'new' (not so new anymore..) bag.

Don't really feel like comparing my old list to the new one to note specifically what has been added, so...meh.

The bag is a Maxpedition Versipak.

Anyhow, currently in my FAK:

1x 9-line Medevac card
1x black ballpoint pen
1x small green Rite in the Rain notebook
1x packet Quickclot
1x abdominal field dressing (I've still been unable to find any spare abdominal Israeli dressings anywhere)
1x small field dressing
2x small Israeli dressings
1x medium Israeli dressing
3x Combat Application Tourniquet
1x Petrolatum gauze (3"x36")
3x cravat
4x tongue depressors
1x SAM splint
3x rolls Kerlix
2x small rolls gauze
1x 2ft^2 moleskin
1x space blanket
1x blister medic kit
1x green 24hr chemlight
9x insect sting relief wipes
30x alcohol prep pads
10x q-tips
2x packages 2"x2" gauze pads (2 per pack)
3x packages 4"x4" gauze pads (2 per pack)
1x 5"x9" gauze pad
5x individual use hydrocortisone cream
5x individual use antibiotic ointment
2x individual use burn cream
2x individual use insect protection cream
2x individual use lip ointment
1x Poison Ivy/Oak/Sumac cleansing wipe
40x small bandaids
4x splinter removers
35x reg. sized bandaids
22x butterfly closures
1x roll 2" cloth medical tape
1x 1/2" wide roll cloth medical tape
1x 3" wide roll nylon fabric medical tape
1x card duct tape
2x pairs latex-ish gloves
3x packs Aspirin (2 tabs per pack)
3x packs Non-Aspirin (2 tabs per pack)
2x packs antacid (2 tabs per pack)
12x tabs immodium-AD
2x disposable CPR barriers
1x bottle Mucroclear Antiseptic/Anesthetic ointment
1x bottle ibuprofen
1x needle
1x spool black nylon thread
1x tube antibiotic ointment
1x whistle
1x small scissors
1x tweezers
1x trauma shears
1x minor surgical kit /w
-1x suture holder
-1x penlight
-2x straight forceps
-1x curved forceps
-1x scissors
-1x needle probe
-1x scalpel handle
-1x tweezers
-2x suture kits
-1x scalpel blade
-2x alcohol prep pads
-2x iodine prep pads


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The bag unopened. I found that nifty little reflective cross patch at a Brigade Quartermaster store in the Ft. Campbell PX, for about $5.00.

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This is the small pocket right on top, it fits two CATs perfectly.

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This is the main pocket opened. In here is all the big stuff (Bandages, surgical kit, SAM splint, Kerlix, moleskin), with the most important stuff closer to the top.

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Here's all the bandages.

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The shears, surgical kit, quickclot, SAM splint, and petrolatum gauze

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All the Kerlix and cravats

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Alcohol pads, insect sting wipes, chemlight, and blister stuff

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The insert with all the pills, creams, bandaids, and gauze pads in it

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Everything all laid out

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A glamour shot. Sexy, isn't it?

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Here are some quick and dirty pics of my FAK I keep in my vehicle.

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LA Rescue EMSide Mate

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Front Pouch contents:
2x3" Bandages
1x3" bandages
4" kling
2" kling
250cc bag of NS for irrigation
Alcohol Swabs
4x4 DSD
Ear plugs
Antimicrobial hand wipes
Since this pic was taken I have added some triangular bandages and 2x2 DSD.

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Rear Pouch contents:
6" kling
8x10 DSD
4x4 DSD

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Side Pocket contents:
Antimicrobial hand wipes
Chloroprene(non-latex) gloves

Front Flap (no pics yet :cry: )
Trauma Sheers
More gloves


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This FAK is nowhere close to being as high-speed or cool as Doc Simon's, Gunny's, etc. but I made it for my mom who is going to a language school in Mexico for a month. I know she doesn't have much more than the most basic first aid knowledge and this thing has to pass TSA guidelines as well, so I tried to keep it as simple but useful as possible. So here goes...

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It's all packed up in a medium sized (244 cu.in.) Outdoor Products "Ultimate Dry Sacks". There is a whole thread on these somewhere and I happen to like these little bags. The entire thing is small enough to be placed in a carry-on and not take up much room. It's also nice and bright orange--could be used in case of an emergency as a signal.

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Inside (in no particular order): lotsa band-aids, 1 3x3 gauze pad, 1 5x9 gauze pad, rolled gauze, anti-bac wipes, TP, Immodium AD, Ibuprofen, Benadryl equivalent cream, Bacitracin, tape, gloves (2 pair), alcohol pads, poncho, space blanket, chemlite, flashlight. Probably throw in some granola bars and such the day of the flight, but that should do at the very least--it's better than nothing.

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My old trauma bag which was basically a stocked military issue CLS bag with some extra stuff I added. It was replaced with a LBT STOMP II (scroll down a few posts).

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This is my main "hospital in a box", which I will eventually take pics of.

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CLS bag

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CLS bag opened

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Contents of the front compartment. Starting at the top left column going down:
Luerlok stopcock
A bunch of closure strips, Band-Aids, moleskin, antibiotic ointment
surgilube
preppads
more band-aid stuff
iodine preps
oral rehydrations salts

Right column:
WaterGel
Snake extractor kit (Suction is better than nothing IMO, purchased it during Scout days)
Atropine
Saline lock
NARP needle decompression kit
syringe W/ needle
angiocaths
more syringes
irrigation syringe

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Middle compartment:
3 Muslin bandages w/ pins
6 inch ETDs
CAT

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Middle Pocket:

35 gram celox
ACS
Hemcon
Tweezers/scissors/pins
Tegaderm
3x3s
EMT shears

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Main compartment:

Nasopharyngeal airway
BP Cuff
Stethoscope
IV start bag (constricting band, prep pad, cath)
NARP Boa-constrictor
Durpore tape
Emergency blanket
ACE bandage
primed gauze
2 IV admin sets
Saline
Hespan (usually stays in my medication fridge, I keep the saline in the kit)
Nitrile gloves
SAM splint

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Here is my small Range/Trauma FAK. It is in keeping with my light but thorough philosophy. This kit is meant to treat only a few people, not a whole platoon. I have a metric shit-ton of supplies at home to restock this. Hope you enjoy. Please feel free to critique( I know you will). Thanks-Mike

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Olive South African Medical Bag

Outside

1 small roll of tape
1 ink pen
1 Pencil
Not shown are 2 more pens


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Left Pouch
(pic of contents)
1 instant cold compress
2 sachets of lubricating jelly (can't have enough lube)
1 2nd skin moist pad
2 sight savers cleaning tissues
2 Face Shields
2 OPAs (in the zip-lock
2 NPAs I added 2 sachets of lube to each
2 Syringes for irrigation

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Middle pouch
(pic of Contents)
1 Trauma Shear
1 SAM Splint
1 small roll of medical tape
1 large roll of cloth tape
1 roll of ACE tape
1 roll of 4 inch gauze
2 rolls of 3 inch gauze
2 rolls of Coban
moleskin
2 8x10 combine dressing
4 5x9 Ab-pads
10 4x4s (I know 15 is the magic number...wink)
5 3x3 Telfa pads
1 Band-aid box with 10 2x2s various small and really large band-aids and some cleansing wipes, 3 packs of steri-strips
1 250ml bottle sterile water (irrigation)
2 Triangle Bandages
1 Eye patch
1 Camo individual FA dressing
1 Pack of Compressed gauze

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Right pouch
(pic of contents)
1 Trauma shears
1 hemostat
1 Bandage Shear
1 Seatbelt cutter (I'm a firefighter)
1 widow punch
1 pen light
1 Epi-Pen
3 pairs of nitrile gloves
1 EMS Field Guide
I am also missing my Stethoscope so I have to order a new one (angry) and a pair of tweezers(embarrassed)



You might be wondering where all my QuikClot and Izzys are. I made up a small individual traumatic wound kit for everyone in my group so I don't have to carry enough QC and Izzy's for a Platoon. ( I'm lazy like that) As I can afford it I will be upgrading from occlusive dressings to ACS.


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QuikClot Traumatic wound kit
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2 rolls of Kerlix
1 QuikClot ACS (advanced clotting sponge, not a chest seal)
1 Emergency Bandage/Wound dressing (similar to an izzy)
2 occlusive dressings
1 small roll of meical tape

My personal Kit is a little more involved and has some more stuff in it. It also comes on this uber Tacticool leg harness (cool)
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The front zippered pouch has clensing wipes and alcohol pads.
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The main Compartment

2 OPAs
1 Pair of Nitrile Gloves
1 Resucisheild
6 4X4s
1 5X9 Ab-pad
1 Emergency Bandage (like the Izzy)
1 QuikClot ACS
1 Blood Stopper Wound Dressing
2 Rolls of Kerlix
2 Triangular Bandages

If you are wondering about meds... I have plenty of those but they go in a different pack. I will post pics when I get it organized to my liking. Hope you enjoyed.

*edit. I am missing a snake bite kit too.

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Well this seems to be a good place to look at what I do not have and what I might have too much of in my medical bag. Basically, it is a small travel bag, and one you could possibly pick up anywhere for about 10 or so bucks. I had it on hand so I decided to use it. It has a shoulder harness and handle. I do not have any pics, but I will be more than glad to show you a list of what I have.

First Aid
50 Non-latex gloves.
2 Btl. Peroxide
1 Btl. Betadine (Iodine)
1 Btl. Hand Sanitizer
1 Btl. Bactine
1 Btl Mult Vitamin (Daily)
1 Btl. Prescr. Ibuprofen
1 Btl. Ibuprofen
1 Btl. Dramamine
1 Btl. Diphenhydramine
1 Btl. Vitamin E
1 Btl. Aprodine
3 Lighters
1 Btl. Medicated Chest Rub
1 Canteen
1 Survival Knife
1 Lrg. Rl. Gauze
1 Sm. Rl. Gauze
1 Rl. Kerlix Wrap
1 Rl. Silk Tape
3 Rls. Clr. Tape
1 Rl. Pink Tape
1 Bag Swabs & Cotton Balls
1 Flash Light
Needle & Clr. Thread
1 Box Alcohol Wipes
1 Tube Arthricream Rub
1 Tube Hydrocortisone
1 Tube Zinc Oxide
1 Btl. Solarcaine
1 Jar Petroleum Jelly
1 Stethoscope
1 Measuring Tape
1 Elastic Tourniquet
1 Manual 1st Aid for Soldiers
1 Sm. Book 1st Aid
4 Field Dressing Bandages
8 Sterile Gauze Squares
1 LED/Laser Pointer
2 Snake Bite Kits
1 NS Syringe
2 N95 TB Masks
Nursing Scissors
Gauze Squares
Spare Box Various Meds
1 Med. Tube Blistex
1 Sm. Tube Blistex
2 Med. Tubes Neosporin
1 Ink Pen
4 BioFreeze packs
6 Tabs Cepastat
16 oz sterile water.


The first aid kit is a standard kit you can get at wal-mart for about 10 or so dollars, and contains the usual stuff in it. Though since I started posting on this site I have thought about adding a book I have to it: The Zombie Survival Guide. :lol: If I could add anything else to this is would be some sort of clotting agent, but I am not sure where I would find something like that for civilian sale. That and some hemastats. Overall this thing weighs about 25 lbs. When I get a backpack (a good old ALICE pack is coming in the mail soon.) I think I will divvy up some of this stuf between packs. Any questions or comments are welcome. Thanks!

*Edit - Forgot to add some things.

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Blackhawk® STOMP II Medical Pack

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1 x Blackhawk® STOMP II Medical Pack, 20" x 10" x 13", 2,600 cu in (43L), #60MP01BK
2 x Blackhawk® 3-Day Assault Pack Accessory Pouch, 5" x 15", 300 cu in (5.0L), #603DAPBK
1 x Blackhawk® CSS Compression Stuff Sack, 9" x 29", 1,850 cu in (30.5L), #22CS01BK
1 x Tactical Trauma Pack, 8" x 6.5" x 3", 156 cu in (2.6L)

Panels #1 & #2

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Panel #1, Mesh Pocket, Top (Burn & Blister Care)

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Panel #1, Mesh Pocket, Top (Burn Kit)

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2 x Minigrip® Poly Bag

1 x Water Jel® Burn Jel Plus®, 4 fl oz

1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

1 x Water Jel® Burn Spray w/ 2% Lidocaine, 2 oz

2 x Water Jel® Burn Dressing, Sterile, 2" x 6"
2 x Water Jel® Burn Dressing, Sterile, 4" x 4"
1 x Water Jel® Burn Dressing, Sterile, 4" x 16"
1 x Water Jel® Burn Dressing, Sterile, 8" x 18"
1 x Water Jel® Burn Dressing, Sterile, 12" x1 6"

Panel #1, Mesh Pocket, Top (Blister & Sunburn Care)

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1 x Blist-O-Ban Variety Pack:
1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

3 x Spyroflex® Sterile Hydrogel Burn Dressing, 2" x 2"
5 x Spyroflex® Sterile Blister Dressing, 2" x 2"
2 x Spyroflex® Sterile Abrasion Dressing, 4" x 4"

2 x Dr Scholl's™ Molefoam® Padding, 4 1/8" x 3 3/8"
2 x Dr Scholl's™ Moleskin® Padding, 4 5/8" x 3 3/8"
6 x Sepp® Benzoin Tincture USP Ampoules, 0.67mL
1 x Ziploc® Quart Poly Bag

1 x Ziploc® Specialty Poly Bag (4" x 5 1/2")

2 x OmniGlow® Cyalume® Instant Lightsticks, 6", 12 Hour, Yellow

Panel #1, Mesh Pocket, Bottom (PPE & Surgical Tape)

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3 x MEDShields Optically Clear Eye Shields

3 x 3M 9210 NIOSH Respirator Mask, N95 Particulate, Flat Packaging
6 x 3M Nexcare™ Earloop Mask, Latex Free, 3 Layer

2 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

1 x Elkay® Large Specialty Poly Bag

1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

2 x Wound Irrigation Shield, Dual Exit Portals

1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

1 x Elkay® Large Specialty Poly Bag

1 x Ziploc® Quart Poly Bag

3 x Surgical Scrub Brush (E-Z Scrub® 160), Dry (Located in RH 3-Day Assault Pack Accessory Pouch)

Panel #2, Elastic Loop Retainers, Top Row (Tourniquet / Wound Irrigation / CPR / PPE)

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1 x SOF™ Tactical Tourniquet (SOF-T), Black

2 x Sodium Chloride 0.9% Normal Saline (For Wound Irrigation), 250mL

1 x Hydrogen Peroxide Solution, USP, 250mL

1 x Waterproof Container w/ Lanyard, O-Ring Seal, Day-Glo Orange

1 x Dynarex® CPR Mask w/ One Way Valve, Sterile
1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Purell® Hand Sanitizer w/ Lanyard, 1 fl oz

Panel #2, Elastic Loop Retainers, Bottom Row (Surgical Instruments / Diagnostics / Anaphylactic Shock)

Surgical Instruments:
1 x Operating Scissors, Straight, Sharp/Blunt, Stainless Steel, 5 1/2"
1 x Lister Bandage Scissors, Stainless Steel, 4 1/2"
1 x Kelly Forceps, Straight, Stainless Steel, 5 1/2"
1 x Littauer Stitch Scissors, Stainless Steel, 4 1/2"
1 x Kelly Forceps, Curved, Stainless Steel, 5 1/2"
1 x Iris Scissors, Straight, Stainless Steel, 4 1/2"
1 x Adson Tissue Forceps, 1 x 2 Teeth, Stainless Steel, 4 3/4"
1 x Plain Splinter Forceps, Serrated, Stainless Steel, 4 1/2"

1 x BD® Syringe, Non-Sterile, Slip Tip, #309654, 60cc (For Wound Irrigation Only)

1 x Albuterol Asthma Rescue Inhaler, 90 MCG INH, 17g

1 x Sharpie Super Twin-Tip Permanent Marker, Fine & Chisel Points, Red

1 x Mabis® Flexible Digital Thermometer, 89.6°F - 107.6°F
6 x Mabis® Disposable Probe Covers

2 x EpiPen® (Epinephrine) Auto Injector, 0.3 mg

Panel #2, Slotted Pocket, Top, LH to RH (Massive Blood Loss)

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2 x Kendall® Kerlix™ Gauze Bandage, Sterile, Large, 4.5" x 4.1 yds

2 x Kendall® Kerlix™ Gauze Bandage, Sterile, Large, 4.5" x 4.1 yds

1 x First Care® Israeli Emergency Trauma Dressing, Sterile, 6" Pad
1 x First Care® Israeli Emergency Trauma Dressing, Sterile, 6" w/ Sliding Pad

1 x First Care® Israeli Emergency Trauma Dressing, Sterile, 6" Pad
1 x First Care® Israeli Emergency Trauma Dressing, Sterile, 6" w/ Sliding Pad

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Panel #2, Slotted Pocket, Bottom, LH 1/3 (Occlusive Dressings)

8 x Kendall® Vaseline™ Petrolatum Gauze Dressing, 3" x 9"

Panel #2, Slotted Pocket, Bottom, RH 2/3 (Trauma Dressings)

2 x Chinook® Field Dressing/Pressure Pad, Sterile, 100% Cotton, 7.5" x 8", 3" x 40" Elastic Ties

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Panel #2, Zippered Slat Pocket (Massive Blood Loss)

3 x QuikClot® 1st Response™ Advanced Clotting Sponge, Sterile, 25g
3 x Z-Pak Sterile Wound Dressing, 4.5" x 4.1 yds.

Panels #3 & #4

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Panel #3, Zippered Pocket, Top

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1 x Tylenol® Acetaminophen, Extra Strength, Coated EZ Tabs, 500 mg
1 x Bayer® Coated Aspirin, 325 mg
1 x Motrin® IB, Ibuprofen Tablets USP, NSAID, 200 mg

1 x Patterson Brand Irrigation Syringe, 18ga Curved Catheter, 12cc

1 x Ipecac Syrup Oral Solution USP, 1 fl oz

1 x LaCross® 3-Way Nail Clipper & File
1 x Uncle Bill's Sliver Gripper
1 x DMC Embroidery Needles For Splinter Removal, 18K Gold Plated, Assorted Sizes (1, 3, and 5)
1 x Plastic Splinter Forceps, Disposable, Blue

1 x Streamlight® Scorpion® Tactical Flashlight, Xenon Bulb, 2 CR123A 3V Batteries, Spare #85914 Xenon Bulb, 7,900 CP, 114 Lumens
1 x Streamlight® Stylus®, Black w/ White LED, Glare Guard, Pocket Clip, 3 AAAA Batteries, 10 Lumens
1 x Mini Bic™ Lighter, Red
1 x Gerber® Paraframe™ Folding Knife, 3.00" Serrated Locking Blade, Black Titanium Nitride

1 x Gecko Grip™ Multipurpose Tape, HD Laminated Polyethylene Cloth, 2" x 5 yds., Tactical Black

1 x Mini Pencils, #2, 3 1/4" x 1/8", Red

4 x Biofreeze Pain Relieving Gel, 5g

1 x Magnum Medical® EMT Holster Set:
  • 1 x EMT Trauma Shears, Red, 7 1/2"
  • 1 x Kelly Forceps, 5 1/2", Red
  • 1 x Lister Bandage Scissors, 5 1/2", Red
  • 1 x Splinter Forceps, 4 1/2", Red
  • 1 x Pupil Gauge Penlight, Red
1 x Cordura® Nylon Belt Holster, Black

1 x Leatherman® Charge AL Multi-Tool, w/ Sheath:
  • 1 x Needlenose Pliers
  • 1 x Regular Pliers
  • 1 x Wire Cutters
  • 1 x Hard Wire Cutters
  • 1 x Wire Stripper
  • 1 x Large Bit Driver
  • 1 x Small Bit Driver
  • 1 x Large Screwdriver
  • 1 x Bottle/Can Opener
  • 1 x Diamond-Coated File
  • 1 x Wood/Metal File
  • 1 x 154CM Clip Point Knife
  • 1 x Saw
  • 1 x Serrated Knife
  • 1 x Scissors
  • 1 x Ruler (8")
1 x Nylon Sheath

1 x Leatherman® Bit Kit:
  • 1 x Hex 1/16" & 0.050"
  • 1 x Hex 1/8 & 7/64"
  • 1 x Torx #10 & #15
  • 1 x Torx #20 & #25
  • 1 x Torx #27 & #30
  • 1 x Phillips Screwdrivers #0 & #3
  • 1 x Phillips Screwdrivers #1 & #2
  • 1 x Slotted Screwdrivers 3/32" & 1/8"
  • 1 x Slotted Screwdrivers 5/32" & 3/16"
  • 1 x Slotted Screwdrivers 7/32" & 1/14"
  • 1 x Phillips & Flat Tip Eyeglass Screwdriver
1 x Plastic Clip

Panel #3, Interior Mesh Pocket, Top (Dental Care, Vision Care, Bite & Sting Kit)

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1 x Petzl® e+Lite® Emergency Headlight, (Economy, Maximum, Slow Flash, Red Flash, Red Maximum), 2 CR 2032 Lithium Batteries, 16 Lumens
2 x Duracell® 3V Lithium Battery, CR 2032 (Spare)

1 x DenTek® Emergency Dental Care Kit:
  • 1 x Tooth & Crown Saver Container
  • 3 x DenTek® Dual Action Interdental Cleaner
  • 4 x Compressed Cotton Gauze Rolls, Non-sterile, 3/8" DIA x 1.5"
  • 3 x Cotton Swab Applicators
  • 1 x Wood Spatula
  • 1 x Temparine® Temporary Filling Material
  • 1 x Eugenol Toothache Medication (85% Oil of Cloves)
  • 3 x Colgate® Orabase® Maximum Strength Oral Pain Reliever Paste, Benzocaine 20%, 0.5g
1 x Plastic Storage Case, Hinged-Lid, Compartmentalized

1 x Emergency Vision Care Kit:
1 x Goody's® Travel Container, Green

1 x Sawyer® Bite & Sting Kit:
1 x Plastic Storage Case, Hinged-Lid, 4 3/4" x 3 1/4" x 1 3/8"

1 x Compartmentalized Container, Small:
1 x Plastic Storage Case, Hinged-Lid, Divided, 9" x 4 1/2" x 1 3/8", Clear

1 x Compartmentalized Container, Medium (Located Under Mesh Pocket):
1 x Plastic Storage Case, Hinged-Lid, Divided, 11 3/8" x 7 7/8" x 1 9/16", Clear

Panel #3, Mesh Pocket w/ 3 Compression Straps, Bottom (Sprains / Dislocations / Fractures)

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Panel #4, Undedicated Storage, Bottom (Sprains / Dislocations / Fractures)

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Sprains / Dislocations / Fractures

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2 x ACE Brand® Elastic Bandage, Antimicrobial, 2" x 4.2' (Unstretched)
4 x ACE Brand® Elastic Bandage, Antimicrobial, 3" x 5.3' (Unstretched)
4 x ACE Brand® Elastic Bandage, Antimicrobial, 4" x 5.3' (Unstretched)
1 x ACE Brand® Elastic Bandage, Antimicrobial, 6" x 5.3' (Unstretched)
1 x Medline Soft-Wrap Elastic Bandage, 6" x 5 yds. (Unstretched)
1 x Medline Matrix Elastic Bandage, Velcro Closure, 6" x 6.5' (Unstretched)

1 x SAM® Splint, 4.25" x 36", Orange/Blue
1 x SAM® Splint, 4.25" x 36", Black/Gray
3 x SAM® Finger Splint, 1.75" x 4", Orange/Blue
3 x SAM® Finger Splint, 1.75" x 4", Black/Grey

1 x 3M Coban™ Self-Adhering Wrap, 2" x 5 yds (Stretched)
1 x Medline Industries CoFlex Elastic Bandage, 6" x 5 yds, Beige
1 x Cohere® Cohesive Wrap, 3" x 5 yds, Orange
2 x Cohere® Cohesive Wrap, 3" x 5 yds, Black

4 x Dynarex® Triangular Bandage, Non Sterile, Cotton, 40"x 56"x 40"

5 x Beyond BodiHeat® 12 Hour Disposable Heating Pad, 3.75" x 5.125"
4 x ACE Brand® Instant Cold Compress, 4" x 9"

1 x Laerdal® StifNeck Select™ Cervical Extrication Collar (Located in LH 3-Day Assault Pack Accessory Pouch)
1 x SAM® Sling, Standard, Black (Located in LH 3-Day Assault Pack Accessory Pouch)

Panel #4, Mesh Pocket Above Injectables Accessory Pouch (Documents & Literature)

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1 x SAM® Splint Quick Reference Guide
1 x SAM® On-Scene Patient Assessment Guide
1 x Sharpie Fine Point Permanent Marker, Black
1 x Bear-Aide Pupilometer, Leather Case, 3" x 5"
1 x Patient Assessment Protocol, Emergency Action Card, Carey & Co., 2 pp, 4" x 5.5"
1 x NARP™ Combat Casualty Reference Cards, 8 pp
2 x METTAG MT-137 Emergency Triage Tag, 4" x 6"
2 x Casualty/Triage Card, 4" x 6"
2 x Tactical Combat Casualty Response Card, 4 pp, 5" x 6"
6 x Zeiss™ Lens Cloth Towelettes, Isopropyl Alcohol
1 x Hazardous Material Identification Guide
1 x Basic Essentials Of Wilderness First Aid, William Forgey, MD, 3rd Edition, 80 pp, 6" x 9" x 3/8"
Various User Guides & Instruction Manuals
Comprehensive STOMP II Contents List

Airway & Injectables Accessory Kits

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Injectables Accessory Kit, Red Handle, Clear Slit Panel

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2 x 3M Steri-Strip, Reinforced, 1/8" x 3", 5/Pkg, #R1540
2 x 3M Steri-Strip, Reinforced, 1/4" x 1 1/2", 6/Pkg, #R1542
4 x 3M Steri-Strip, Reinforced, 1/4" x 3", 3/Pkg, #R1541
2 x 3M Steri-Strip, Reinforced, 1/4" x 4", 10/Pkg, #R1546
2 x 3M Steri-Strip, Reinforced, 1/2" x 4", 6/Pkg, #R1547

Injectables Accessory Pouch, 6" x 10" x 3"

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NARP™ Laceration Repair Kit:
1 x Poly Bag, 5" x 8" x 1"

1 x Durasorb Pad, 23" X 24", Light Blue
1 x Medical Towel, Cotton, 16" x 24", Blue

Suturing, Injection, & IV Administration Kit

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Hypodermic Needles:
1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

IV Administration:
10 x 3M Tegaderm™ Transparent Dressing w/ Label, 2 3/8" x 2 3/4" (1624W)
5 x Terumo® SurFlo Intravenous Catheters, #1832, 18ga x 1 1/4"
1 x Clave Saline Lock
1 x Clave Saline Lock, 7" Non/DEHP Smallbore Extension
2 x Raptor® IV Constriction Band, Black

Syringes:
1 x Condor® MOLLE BDU Wallet Pocket Organizer Pouch, Cordura Nylon®, 5" x 7.5" x 1", Black

Anesthetic:
1 x Lidocaine HCl 2%, 20mg/mL, 50mL MDV, Hospira w/ Preservative, Injectible
1 x Marcaine HCI 0.5% w/ Epinephrine, 5mg/mL, 30mL SDV, Hospira, Injectable

Field Suture Kit:
1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

Alternative Sutures:
1 x Plastic Storage Case
1 x Cutex® Essential Care Nail Polish Remover Towelette, w/ Acetone (Super Glue Remover)
1 x Mastisol Liquid Adhesive, 2/3mL Vial
6 x DermaBond® Topical Skin Adhesive, 0.5mL Vial
1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x 3M Precise™ Disposable Skin Stapler, Sterile, 25 Stainless Steel Staples
1 x 3M Precise™ Disposable Skin Staple Remover, Sterile, Stainless Steel

Suture Removal Kit:
1 x Dressing Forceps, Serrated, Stainless Steel, 4 1/2"
1 x Littauer Stitch Scissors, Stainless Steel, 5 1/2"
1 x Kendall® Curity™ Gauze Pad, Sterile, 12 Ply, 3" x 3", 2/Pkg, #6132

2 PR x NARP™ Black Talon Nitrile Gloves, L

3 x Medline® Povidone Iodine, Swabsticks, Triples

1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

Lancets & Scalpels:
1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x 2 Way Foley Catheter, Silkolatex Gold, Size 16 (5.3mm), Sterile (Improvised Chest Tube, Tourniquet, and Posterior Nasal Pack)

1 x BD® Syringe, Sterile, Catheter Tip, 60cc (For Irrigation)

2 x Biohazard Warning Indicator, Blaze Orange, 2" x 2"
1 x Medical Waste Biohazard Zip Bag, 6" x 4 1/4" x 3/4", Grey
1 x Kendall® P2 Sharps Shuttle Container, Clear Tube, Red Locking Cap, 1.25" x 6.5"

Parenteral Morphine Administration Kit

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Parenteral Morphine Administration Kit:
1 x Carrying Case, Nylon, Black

Panel #4, Mesh Pocket Above Airways Accessory Pouch (Blood Typing & Hemostatic Agents)

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2 x Kendall® Curity™ Gauze Sponges, Sterile, 8 Ply, 2" x 2", 2/Pkg, #1806, Vacuum Bagged in Groups of 5 Pkgs
2 x Kendall® Kerlix™ Gauze Sponges, Non-Sterile, 12 Ply, 4" x4", #6120, Vacuum Bagged in Groups of 10

1 x EldonCard® ABO Blood Typing Kit, Rhesus D Blood Type System:
  • 1 x EldonCard 2511
  • 4 x EldonSticks
  • 1 x Lancet, Automatic
  • 1 x Alcohol Prep Pad
  • 1 x Eldon Foil 2511
  • 1 x Absorbent Cotton Ball
  • 1 x Pipette, Plastic, 20µL
  • 1 x Instruction Guide
1 x Ziploc® Specialty Poly Bag (4.5" x 6.5")

1 x Seal-On® m▪doc™ Hemostatic Nasal Sponges
2 x QuikClot® 1st Response™ Advanced Clotting Sponge, Sterile, 25g
1 x QuikClot® ACS™+ Advanced Clotting Sponge, Sterile, 100g
1 x HemCon® Hemostatic Chitosan Bandage, Antibacterial, Sterile, 4" x 4"

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Blackhawk® STOMP II Medical Pack (Continued)

Airway Accessory Pouch, Blue Handle, 7" x 12" x 3"

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Airway Accessory Pouch, LH Side

1 x Rusch Dual Channel Color-Coded Berman Oropharyngeal Airway Kit, Assorted Sizes (6 Disposable Oral Airways):
    • 1 x Infant - 40mm (Pink)
    • 1 x Child - 60mm (Black)
    • 1 x Small Adult - 80mm (Green)
    • 1 x Medium Adult - 90mm (Yellow)
    • 1 x Large Adult - 100 (Lavender)
    • 1 x Extra Large Adult - 110 (Orange)
1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

1 x CricKit® Surgical Cricothyroidotomy Kit (Emergency Tracheotomy):
1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

1 x NARP™ Combat Casualty Reference Cards, 8 pp
1 x Patient Assessment Protocol, Emergency Action Card, Carey & Co., 2 pp, 4" x 5.5"

Tactical Laryngoscope Set

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Tactical Laryngoscope Set:

1 x BD® Syringe, Slip Tip, 10cc (Non-Sterile, For ET Tube Cuff Inflation Only)

1 x GRIP-ET Endotracheal Tube Holder w/ Bite Block

Airway Accessory Pouch, RH Side

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1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

4 x Rusch Nasopharyngeal Airway, Sterile, 155mm x 28 Fr (9.3mm) x 7.0mm

3 x Rusch ET Tube Flexi-Slip Stylet, Sterile, 10 Fr (3.3mm ) (Located in LH Assault Pack)

1 x Rusch Endotracheal Tube, Murphy Eye, Cuffed, 6.0mm
1 x Rusch Endotracheal Tube, Murphy Eye, Cuffed, 7.5mm
1 x Rusch Endotracheal Tube, Murphy Eye, Cuffed, 9.0mm

1 x Endotrol Endotracheal Tube, Stylet, Hi-Lo Cuff, Graduated Murphy Style Tip, Radiopaque Line, 9.0mm

1 x KING LT-D Supralaryngeal Airway, Proximal and Distal Cuffs, Size 4 (Red Connector)
1 x Monoject® Syringe, Luer-Lok Tip, 60cc, Sterile, Autoclavable (For KING LT-D Cuff Inflation)
1 x Triad Lubricating Jelly, Sterile, Water Soluble, Non-staining, 5g

1 x PerSys Medical® Positube™, Esophageal Intubation Detection Device

1 x Rusch Asherman Chest Seal(ACS™), Sterile, 4" Dia
1 x Super Glue®, 0.10 fl oz Bottle (Supplemental Adhesive for ACS)
1 x H & H Associates Bolin Chest Seal(BCS™), Sterile, 6" Dia

2 x NARP™ ARS Needle Decompression Kit, 14ga x 3.25" Needle Catheter for Tension Pneumothorax

1 x 3M Durapore™ Surgical Tape, 1" x 10 yds

1 x Magill Forceps, Stainless Steel, 10"
1 x EMT Trauma Shears, Red, 5 1/2"

1 x Dynarex® CPR Mask w/ One Way Valve, Sterile

Panel #4, Full Length Slat Pocket

Gauze Pads & Sponges

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2 x Kendall® Curity™ Gauze Sponges, Sterile, 12 Ply, 3" x 3", 2/Pkg, #1903, Vacuum Bagged in Groups of 5 Pkgs
4 x Kendall® Curity™ Gauze Sponges, Sterile, 12 Ply, 4" x 4", 2/Pkg, #3033, Vacuum Bagged in Groups of 5 Pkgs
3 x Kendall® Curity™ Cover Sponges, Sterile, 4" x 4", 2/Pkg, #2913, Vacuum Bagged in Groups of 5 Pkgs
3 x Kendall® Dermacea™ Abdominal Pads, Sterile, 5" x 9", #7196D, Vacuum Bagged in Groups of 3 Pkgs

Panel #4, Hydration Sleeve

Trauma Dressings & Gauze Bandages

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4 x H&H® PriMed Compressed Gauze, Sterile, 4.5" x 4.1 yds
2 x Kendall® Kerlix™ Gauze Bandages, Sterile, Large, 4.5" x 4.1 yds, 3/Pkg, Vacuum Bagged in Groups of 3 Pkgs

Bloodstopper Assortment:

1 x Cinch Tight "H" Bandage, Hemostatic Arterial Combat Compression Dressing, Sterile, 8" x 10"
1 x Olaes Modular Bandage, Sterile, 6"
1 x Non-Adherent Blast™ Bandage, Sterile, 20" x 20"

Panel #4, Undedicated Storage

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(Note - 3" ACE Bandage Shown For Scale)

OTC Medications

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OTC Medications:
iGo® 6 Compartment Plastic Travel Case, Hinged-Lid, Green, 2.5" x 3.5" x 1.25"

Precription Medications

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Prescription Medications:
iGo® 6 Compartment Plastic Travel Case, Hinged-Lid, Blue, 2.5" x 3.5" x 1.25"

Unitized Medications

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Unitized Medications:
21 x Centrum™ Performance Multi-Vitamins
21 x Singulair® Tablets (Montelukast Sodium), Leukotriene Receptor, 10 mg
21 x Claritin® (Loratadine), Antihistamine, 10 mg
4 x Afassco® Soprocaine® Throat Lozenges, 2/Pkg.
10 x Tylenol®, Acetaminophen, Extra Strength, Caplets, 500 mg, 2/Pkg.
10 x Motrin® IB, Ibuprofen, Caplets, 200 mg, 2/Pkg.
1 x Pepto-Bismol Chewable Tablets, Cherry, 12/Roll
1 x Rolaids Extra Strength Antacid Tablets, Chewable Tablets, Fresh Mint, 12/Roll

Diagnostic Equipment

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Blood Pressure Kit

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1 x 3M Littmann™ Master Classic II Stethoscope, 27", #2141, Black Edition
1 x Welch Allyn Sphygmomanometer, Adult & Child Cuffs, Case, #5098-30, Black

Deluxe Field Corpsman ENT Kit

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1 x Deluxe Field Corpsman Eye, Ear, Nose, & Throat Kit:
1 x Soft Mesh Accessory Pouch, Cordura® Nylon, Black

Blood Glucose Monitoring System

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1 x Bayer Healthcare/Ascensia Breeze® 2 Blood Glucose Monitoring System:
1 x Carrying Case, Nylon, Black

Bandages

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6 x Dynarex® Benzalkonium Chloride Cleansing Wipe
2 x Vionex® Antimicrobial Skin Wipe Towelettes
4 x Kendall® Telfa™ Non-Adherent Pad, Sterile, 2" x 3"
4 x Kendall® Telfa™ Non-Adherent Pad, Sterile, 3" x 4"
6 x Band-Aid® Sheer Comfort-Flex™ Bandages, 2 1/4" x 3"
6 x Band-Aid® Flexible Fabric Bandages, 1 3/4" x 4"
6 x Band-Aid® Sheer Comfort-Flex™ Bandages, 2 7/8" x 4"

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1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

1 x Johnson & Johnson Assorted Bandage Kit:1 x Minigrip® Mini Poly Bag

Pack Exterior

1 x 3M Durapore™ Surgical Tape, 1" x 10 yds (Located on Outside of Pack, RH Side)
1 x Sklar® EMT Shears, 7 1/2", Blue (Located on Outside of Pack, RH Side)

USGI IFAK (Modified)

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1 PR x NARP™ Black Talon Nitrile Gloves, L
2 PR x Nitrile Exam Gloves, OS
1 x Dynarex® CPR Mask w/ One Way Valve, Sterile
1 x Vionex™ Antimicrobial Skin Wipe Towelettes

1 x 3M Durapore™ Surgical Tape, 2" x 10 yds
1 x EMT Trauma Shears, Gray, 5 1/2"

1 x Rusch Nasopharyngeal Airway, Sterile, 155mm x 28 Fr (9.3mm) x 7.0mm
1 x Rusch ACS (Asherman Chest Seal), Sterile, 4" Dia
1 x NARP™ ARS Needle Decompression Kit, 14ga x 3.25" Needle Catheter for Tension Pneumothorax

1 x QuikClot® ACS™+ Advanced Clotting Sponge, Sterile, 100g
1 x H&H® PriMed Compressed Gauze, 4.5" x 4.1 yds]H&H® PriMed Compressed Gauze[/url], 4.5" x 4.1 yds
1 x Z-Pak Wound Dressing, Sterile, 4.5" x 4.1 yds
1 x First Care® Israeli Emergency Bandage, Sterile, 4"
1 x Combat Application Tourniquet (CAT)

Clean & Treat Kit:
1 x Pouch, Cordura® Nylon, 7" x 5" x 4.5" w/ Tethered Insert, ACU Camo

3-Day Assault Pack Accessory Pouch, LH (Immobilization & Supplemental Airway Adjuncts)

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1 x Laerdal® StifNeck Select™ Cervical Extrication Collar
1 x SAM® Sling, Standard, Black

1 x Ambu® SPUR II™ Disposable Resuscitator, Adult
1 x Non-Rebreather Mask, Adult
3 x Hudson RCI® Nonflared Adult Nasal Oxygen Cannula, Latex Free, 7'
3 x Rusch ET Tube Flexi-Slip Stylet, Sterile, 10 Fr (3.3mm )
1 x Endotrol Endotracheal Tube, Stylet, Hi-Lo Cuff, Graduated Murphy Style Tip, Radiopaque Line, 9.0mm

1 x KING LT-D Supralaryngeal Airway, Proximal and Distal Cuffs, Size 4 (Red)
1 x Monoject® Syringe, Luer-Lok Tip, 60cc, Sterile, Autoclavable (For KING LT-D Cuff Inflation0
1 x Triad Lubricating Jelly, Sterile, Water Soluble, Non-staining, 5g

3-Day Assault Pack Accessory Pouch, RH (Hypothermia, Dehydration, IV Administration, Injectables)

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Hypoglycemia & Dehydration

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2 x Insta-Glucose®, 31 gm Tube (Hypoglycemia), Cherry Flavor
1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

2 x Tang® Sport Fitness Drink Mix w/ Electrolytes, Fruit Punch (Makes 20 oz)
2 x Gatorade® Instant Drink Mix, Lemon-Lime, 2.12 oz (Makes 32 oz)
2 x Camelbak® Elixir, Electrolyte Enhanced Hydration Tablets (Makes 24 oz)
12 x Medique® Medi-Lyte Electrolyte Heat Relief Tablets
4 x CeraFlu™ Oral Hydration Drink Mix, Citrus, 20g (Makes 16 oz)
4 x CeraLyte™ 70 Oral Hydration Salts, Lemon, 50g (Makes 32 oz)

IV Administration & Hypothermia

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1 x MDS Crystal Clear™ Liquid Crystal Temperature Monitor
1 x Thermo-Lite® Hypothermia Prevention Cap
1 x Dukal® Survival Wrap, 52" x 84"
1 x AMK Heatsheets® 2-Person Survival Blanket, 60" x 96"

IV Administration Kit

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2 x Amsino AMSafe® IV Administration Set, Double-Lumen, 96" (244 cm) 15 Drop/mL:
1 x Ziploc® Specialty Poly Bag, 5" x 8"

2 x Amsino AMSafe® IV Administration Set, Triple-Lumen, 96" (244 cm) 15 Drop/mL:
1 x Ziploc® Specialty Poly Bag, 5" x 8"

2 x ICU Medical® IV Administration Set, Double-Lumen, 96" (244 cm) 60 Drop/mL:
1 x Ziploc® Specialty Poly Bag, 5" x 8"

IV Solutions:
1 x Hextend (Hetastarch) w/ 6% Electrolytes, 500mL, Hospira® #1555-54
2 x Dextrose 5% (D5W), 250mL, Hospira® 7922-02
2 x Lactated Ringers (LR) 500mL, Hospira® #7953-03
2 x Sodium Chloride 0.9% (Normal Saline), 500mL, Hospira® #7983-03

Bulk Needles:
1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

Bulk Syringes:
1 x Elkay® Specialty Poly Bag

Obstetrical Kit

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1 x Dynarex® Emergency Obstetrical Kit, Disposable:
  • 1 x Latex Exam Gloves, Cuffed and Pre-Powdered, Sterile, Dynarex®
  • 1 x Scalpel, Sterile, Disposable w/ Handle, #20 Blade, Dynarex® Medi-Cut™
  • 1 x Obstetrical Pad, Sterile, Extra Large
  • 1 x Drape Sheet, 36" x 48"
  • 1 x Receiving Blanket, 36" x 48"
  • 4 x Disposable Towels, 14" x 18"
  • 6 x Gauze Sponges, 6-Ply, Sterile, Dynarex®
  • 1 x Dynarex® Bulb Syringe, Sterile
  • 2 x Umbilical Cord Clamps, Sterile
  • 2 x Dynarex® Alcohol Prep Pad, Large
  • 2 x Dynarex® Obstetrical Towelettes
  • 1 x Plastic Bag (For Placenta), 7" x 20"
  • 2 x Twist Ties, 4"
1 x Poly Bag, 8" x 11"

Supplemental Tourniquets

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1 x SOF™ Tactical Tourniquet(SOF-T), Black
1 x TK-4 Combat Tourniquet (Tourni-Kwik), 4" x 40"
1 x Combat Application Tourniquet (CAT)

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Wow you guys got some great looking kits! Glad I finally found this site. Some of the kits posted already are inspiring. Paragon, you got toooo much time on your hands! :wink: My pictures suck compared to yours. You could always make extra $$$ doing layout photography. :D Doc Simon, I hope you ran mounted ops with that beast. Work on those IV battle packs. Lil' sloppy. Vaccum packers are the shit for doing up battle packs!

Here is my CLS, squad, first responder, trauma bag currently

My TT First Responder Bag; EMT shears, tape on a biner, 2 TQ's, EMDOM glove pouch with 6 pair talons.
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TT FRB Interior; inside lid: 2 cravats, 1 OD space blanket, 2 NARP wraps, 10 HD Blk safety pins. 500ml bag Hextend vaccum packed with starter kit into a "battle Pak," 4 6" izzy dressings, 6 Dermabond vails, 4 Kerlix rolls, 3 Hemcom 4X4's, 2 nasal airways with lube, 2 ash chest seals, 2 Quick Clot sponges, Narp VS-17 panel, 1 Sam Splint, 1 NARP Combat Casualty Response Card, 1 chest decompression needle, 1 bigger bottle of purell hand sanitizer.

Small lid pocket has 6 purell wipes and 6 pair of sterile gloves.
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Thanks for looking.......any recommendations?

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Thanks for looking.......any recommendations?



Hi,

Welcome to the forum and nice kit! You should make a seperate thread on the first-aid forum so that we can all comment on it. (it keeps this thread on-topic)


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I finally got around to taking pictures of my medical stuff and the new STOMP II. Just be forewarned that my photographic skills are not at Paragon's level, and I'm just too lazy to unpack everything right now.

Disclaimer: I am fully aware of the fact that not everything in this kit is legal to use. I have a reasonable amount of medical experince and I gain more everyday, but I am not legally qualified to use everything here. I'm a pre-med student, so I am getting all the training I can. This kit is designed for total SHTF, PAW, civil war, or zombie attack. I have no plans to use it unless the world is coming to an end.


I'll start off with my IFAK which stays in my glovebox when it's not attached to my interceptor vest. It's pretty much the standard issue Army FAK, but I added a needle for tension pneumothorax, Celox, and a Z-PAK. I'm going to add an ACS as well, but my order hasn't arrived yet.

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Contents: CAT, Tape, ETD, H&H, Z-PAK, Celox, NPA, Chest decomp needle, Gloves, (ACS coming soon).









Here's my STOMP II. I'm not quite done with it and I still need to add a few things. I am going to order the following items: face shields, traction splint, portable suction device, jumbo-d O2 cylinder, regulator, cylinder sleeve, O2 masks, and a proper American flag. I already placed an order for a glucometer, NARP hypothermia kit, SAM, ACS, and CAT. If I left something out, please speak up.

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Yes, the flag is facing backward. It's the only one I have at the moment.

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I took this picture without a flash. The color is more accurate in this picture, for some reason the flash made the other pics come out lighter.

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Items in the elastic loops starting top left: irrigation syringe, lidocaine first aid spray, digital thermometer, oral glucose, pen, sharpie, penlight, scissors, tweezers, hemostats. Bottom row: pimatene mist, sharps container, 6 inch ace, 8 primed gauze, CAT. First mesh pocket to the right: assorted sizes of durapore tape, Watergel, gloves, ace wraps, small rolls of gauze.

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Contents of top mesh pocket: ABD pads, 3x3 gauze, 4x4 guaze, sutures, steri-strips, celox, celo-a, hemcon, and misc. bandages.

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Underneath the elastic loops: Z-Pak dressings and triangular muslin bandages.

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Underneath the Z-Packs: Full size SAM splint and SAM finger splint

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6 inch ace wrap, 3 six inch ETDS, 1 four inch ETD, 1 combat field dressing, hypothermia cap and blanket.

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IV Section. Contents: tape, assorted IV catheters, syringes, alcohol preps, NARP boa-constrictor.

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IV tubing and constricting band.

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60, 15, and 10 drop sets. Tegaderm dressings.

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2 500ml bags .9% NaCl (will swap with Hespan if necessary) and one 1000 ml bag of NaCl (will swap with LR if necessary).

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Second mesh pocket from the top: oral rehydration salts, aspirin, and water purification tabs.

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The red medication bag usually goes in here, but I took it out to make space. Contents: Ambu BVM, gloves, cold pack, NARP laceration kit, sterile sponge, another triangular bandage.

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Rear pocket: clip board and ambu cervical collar.

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Airway bag. Visible in this pic: OPAs, scalpels, gloves, tape, syringes, NARP needle decompression kit.

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In this pic: King LTSD, sterile gloves, N-95 masks, iodine, 3-way stopcock

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In this pic: NPAs and lube, CPR shield, ACS

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Welch Allyn DS45 BP Cuff, Nonin 9500 Pulse oximeter, and Littman Master Classic II.

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Philips HeartStart FR2+ W/ ECG

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