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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:55 am 
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skedco workhorse. this is my trama bag, wondering if anyone else uses one, it's got a few miles on it but I keep going back to it over others.

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I'll list the contents later if anyone's interested, I have a older M5 "Mike Bag" and a M9.
I really like the M9 size wise but the interior velcro pouches are a pain to access quickly.
The Workhorse seems a lot faster to use and get into. I wish there was a option other
than zippers on all these bags but I haven't found one yet.-

My M5 & M9 too.

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PROBLEMS WITH QUICK CLOT.

Its to be used by profesionsals only. It has been pulled from military first aid kits due to inproper useage and more importantly, trying to open the package with your mouth. This has been known to burn the mouth and cause more caulaties. instead of Quick clot use Combat Gauze, http://www.galls.com/style-FA231-genera ... mbat-gauze , this is a gauze strip imbeded with quick clot.


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cdmelton wrote:
PROBLEMS WITH QUICK CLOT.

Its to be used by profesionsals only. It has been pulled from military first aid kits due to inproper useage and more importantly, trying to open the package with your mouth. This has been known to burn the mouth and cause more caulaties. instead of Quick clot use Combat Gauze, http://www.galls.com/style-FA231-genera ... mbat-gauze , this is a gauze strip imbeded with quick clot.


Yep. I'm a SABC Instructor in the USAF, and, to make it simple, tourniquets are no longer the last resort bleeding control measure.

1) Elevation
2) Direct Pressure
3) Tourniquet
4) Quick Clot

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My new kit.

Blackhawk STOMP II

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Cdmelton & Angelofwar; Pics and descriptions only please; while you both have valid points leave them for a discussion thread please.

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Here's my stuff. It's a WIP still, some stuff is in the mail and the rest is coming once I can afford it. I built my own because I didn't like the store bought "First Aid" kit I purchased a while ago. So I decided to buy the shit I wanted separately and build my own.

Eagle Industries MOLLE 3-day Pack - still haven't decided on a proper pack
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CADPAT 2L Pouch - Trauma Kit
Black Pouch - Basic Supplies
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Black Pouch Contents
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Contents -in order of appearance from top left to the right
(1) Stocked Baindaid/Gauze case (pictured and explained below)
(4) 4"x5 yards Rolled Gauze
(4) 2"x5 yards Self Adhesive Compression Bandage (white)
(2) 2"x5 yards Self Adhesive Compression Bandage (brown)
(1) CPR Mask
(1) 115ml Bottle Peroxide
(1) 15g Polysporin Tube
(1) Purell Hand Sanitizer
(1) Bottle Tums Smoothies
(4) Pair Medical Gloves (non-latex)
(1) Tube of After Bite
(1) Tweezers
(4) Wood Tongue Depressors
(2) Triangle Bandages (will be replaced with SAM Splints as soon as they arrive in the mail)
(1) Emergency Blanket
(1) 4"x5 yard ACE Bandage
(2) 2"x5 yard ACE Bandage
(1) 2"x5 yard rolled gauze
(1) Roll White Medical Tape
(1) Pair Tweezers (2nd set)
(20) Q-Tips
(10) Safety Pins
(2) Tylenol Extra Strength Travel Viles
(1) Flashlight
(1) Instand Cold Pack
(1) First Aid Pocket Book (never hurts to have cheat sheets)

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(3) 3.5g Burn Free Packets
(8) Packs Second Skin
(5) 2"x2" Gauze Pads
(1) Roll white cloth medical tape
(2) 2" rolls of gauze
(10) 4"x4" Gauze Pads
(1) 8"x10" Abdominal Pad (underneath the 4x4 gauze)
(1) 5"x9" combine Pad (underneath the 4x4 gauze"
(1) 15g tube of Polysporin
(1) 4"x5 yard roll of gauze
(2) 2"x5 yard rolled gauze (kerlix type)
(20) Large Bandaids
(15) Small Bandaids
(20) Medium Bandaids
(10) Knuckle Bandaids
(10) Finger Tip Bandaids
(15) Butterfly Closures
(2) Oval Shaped Bandaids

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The gun tape on the Izzy's aren't meant to look cool or high speed super awesome. I just added it so I could easily identify which dressing is which when it's loaded inside its pack and it gives me a little extra space to tug it out.

(2) 6" Israeli Dressing
(2) 6" Israeli Dressing w/ Mobile Pad
(4) H&H Primed Gauze
(4) 25g Quik Clot Sponge
(2) White Glowsticks
(1) Red Marker (for writing time on tourniquet)
(1) Combat Application Tourniquet
(8) Non-Latex Medical Gloves
(1) Medical Shears w Tan Handles
(2) Asherman Chest Seal
(2) 2"x6" Water Jel Burn Dressing
(2) 4"x4" Water Jel Burn Dressing
(2) 4"x16" Water Jel Burn Dressing
(1) 8"x18" Water Jel Burn Dressing
(1) 12"x16" Water Jel Burn Dressing

Soon to come:
(2) SAM Splint
(2) 8x10 Abdominal Pads
(2) 7x11 Pressure Field Dressing
(2) 6x6 Pressure Dressing
(2) 4x4 Pressure Dressing
(2) Cold Pack Large
(2) Hot Pack Large
(1) Disposable Emergency Blanket
(4) 1" White Cloth Medical Tape

Questions? Comments? Concerns? Feel free to give me some feedback. I'll update this post once I acquire the rest of my supplies.

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The home box. It isn't complete just started it a little while ago and still need to pick a few items up. Top of my list at the moment is some more 4x4's, Some Antibiotics, Instant ice packs.

Pretty basic stuff.

The trauma kits have a Quick clot kit, Israeli bandage, kerlix, Asherman chest seal, Tourniquet, Large catheter and a nasopharyngeal airway.

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Just sharing my tiny EDC FAK - this comes to and from work with me in my (professional) shoulder bag. Think of this as a good starter!

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This measures about 8"x6.5"x2", and weighs 9 oz. Ruler in this shot for scale. This is just the $5 zippered FAK bag you can get in average drugstores.

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Here's the kit unzippered and turned sideways. This kit has 3 mesh pouches on the left side, a zippered mesh pouch on the right, and room behind the right-hand pouch to store bigger items.
* 4" roll of gauze (2.5 yds) just tucked in the middle, loose

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Contents of the three left-hand mesh pouches pulled out:
* Benadryl anti-itch spray, 4 cleansing wipes
* Triple antibiotic plus numbing agent, business card with several yards of duct tape wrapped around it
* Ziplocs with various medications and dosing instructions

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* Pill bags containing Benadryl (for acute allergic reactions), chewable Pepto-Bismol, Zyrtec (seasonal allergies), chewable 81 mg aspirin, Aleve (my NSAID of choice, especially for migraines). I see from this that I left out Imodium! I have the expiration dates in a spreadsheet but should probably write them on the ziplocs for cross-checking. I tried to minimize the amount of medical abbreviations ("as needed" rather than "prn") but still fit the dosing instructions on the bags.

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Contents of the right-hand zippered mesh pocket:
* Random Bandaids, two sizes
* Butterfly closures, 10
* Tegaderm film, 6x7 cm, 3
* Bandaid Tough knuckle/finger bandages, 3
* Bandaid Tough patch bandages, 2

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Contents of the large bottom pocket:
* 4x4" gauze pads, 6
* 1 ABD pad, 5x9"
* Cheap little "first aid guide" that came with the bag
* 10 Steri-strips
* 2x2" gauze pads, 4

Elsewhere in my EDC I have a Swiss Army knife, and a couple sets of tweezers, as needed.

No pictures yet, but I added a ~3"x4.5ft Ace bandage with clips, a few safety pins, 3 sheets of moleskin, two nitrile gloves, and a dozen Imodium pills to my kit.

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My first attempt at a IFAK, which will serve as a range kit on my gear, and also as part of my bugout loadout. This should include standard IFAK gear as well as the smaller comfort items that don't take up space. I plan to pack items in a separate FAK inside my bug out gear to fill this out and supplement it. The point is to have it layered with gunshot/trauma type items on my person, but the extended FAK in my pack for sustained care, comfort, and hygiene.

I'd love feedback on what to adjust, remove and add. PLEASE PM me or let me know if you have anything to suggest!

Condor tear away EMT FAK on my chest rig:
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(4) H&H Primed Compressed Gauze
(2) 6" Izzys
(2) Halo Chest Seals (two pack)
(1) H&H Tension Pneumothorax Needle
(1) CAT Tourniquet
(1) Streamlight clip on led light with head band
(1) Cravat/Triangular bandage with extra safety pins
(4) Pair non-latex medical gloves
(1) Medical shears
(1) NPA w/ lube
(1) roll 3m durapore medical tape
(1) 3' Ace wrap
(2) Quick Clot hemo sponges
(6) 3M Steri-strips
(1) Tube antibiotic ointment
(1) Handfull of various sized band-aids
(20) Ibuprofin tablets
(1) Sharpie marker
(2) Smelling salts (not sure if I'll use them, but they're small and cheap)

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(2) strips of moleskin
(6) providone-Iodine prep pads
(6) alcohol prep pads
(12) Benadryl
* I'd love to have an Epipen or something in there, but have no clue where to find one.

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Questions, comments, concerns, gripes, etc. can be found, and made by following this link: viewtopic.php?f=43&t=98857

Ive been in the fire/ems field for 8 yrs and have always had a jump bag. I get a new one almost every year (this is my 7th set up i think). Anyhow, because of my EMS background, the contents of my pack may vary from yalls on here.

This isnt the final setup, as im still perfecting where things go, but this is pretty close to being final.....for now lol

On to the pics!!! - click thumbs for larger versions

-i consolidated 3 bags into this one.....kinda
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-picked these up this morning to go in the red handle drug module
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-my G36 hopped in the pic lol
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-pill bottle is more scalpel blades
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-this is part of where mine differs.....tons of 4x4s, abd pads, coban, cravats, and kling
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-sam splints of different sizes and reflective traffic vest, also a sam splint guide. Top mesh pocket has bio bags and trash bags
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-bottom cinch pocket has adult BVM and suction device
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-diagnostic pocket: ears, bp cuff, glucometer, basic corpsman kit, notepad, pen, sharpie! Thermometer(hypothermic), and probe covers. 
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-airway module. OPAs, NPAs, lube, size 4&5 kings, suction bulb syringe. BCS tucks in there too
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-drug module with OTC meds seen above. 
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-adult collar, trauma dressings and burn sheet sit in long pocketbehind airway and drug modules
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*ITEMS STILL ON ORDER*
-Disposable fiberoptic laryngascope & mac 3&4, miller 3 blades
-tube tamer/bite block
-more gloves
-skin stapler & staple remover
-alcohol & bzk preps
-bandaids
-sharps shuttle
-emesis bags
-ring cutter
-sting relief pads (benzocaine)

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This is going to be the new kit for the car/BOB....

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Cost of the roll was about $30 off ebay....

Cost of trip to CVS was about $114....

EMT shears were $6...

Minor surgical kit was $30 ....

Still need to pick up some new gloves....chem lights....valve mask....etc...

I'll list contents once I'm done stocking it sometime next week.


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OK... Here's my personal/EDC FAK. This is really for the minor cuts and scrapes encountered in everyday life and includes some items for minor gear repair. I also carry it on day-trips to the mountains. Let me know what you think. (Contents at the bottom)

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3 x Tegaderm
Gauze wrap
Medical tape
10 x Butterfly closures
5 x Gauze sponges (3×4)
2 x Gauze sponges (3×3)
4 x Gauze sponges (2×2)
5 x Band-aid
3 x Knuckle bandages
13 x Doses of Ibeuprofen
2 x Anti- Diarrheal
1 x Benzointincture swab stick
2 x Antibiotic ointment
4 x After bite wipes
3 x Antiseptic towels
5 x Alcohol prep pads
1 x Tweezers
1 x Mole skin
5 x Safety pins
1x Thread and needle


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I would add a space blanket (especially when you're on tour in the mountains), a SamSplint, some gloves, EMT-Shears and a cpr-shield.

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BAG - 5.11 BLS

Haven't completed my list of exactly what is in the bag. I plan to write it all down someday, so I can have an inventory. Right now it's whatever comes into my mind that I need I grab. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

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I figure I'll throw mine in here, too.

My IFAK:

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My CLS bag (soon to be replaced by a TSSI M9):

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Hey this is kind of a combo post but let me know what you guys think. Always looking to improve my load-out. Most of this is from my trauma Kit but also my EDC/Mini BOB? Thanks Again! :ohdear:
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Trauma Kit Stays in truck 24/7, seen too many car accidents to not have one of these.
Adhesive Gauze Pad 4x8” (x1)
Gauze Sponge 4x8” (x4)
Nonstick Dressing 3x8” (x2)
Surgical Dressing 5x9” (x1)
All-Purpose Adhesive Dressing 6x6” (x1)
Gauze Rolls (x4)
Israeli Pressure Bandage 4”(x1) 6”(x2)
Aluminum Splint (x1)
Finger Splints (padded aluminum &
C-A-T Tourniquets (x2)
Eye Wash Kit
Gatorade Packets (x4)
Quick Clot 5x5” (x2) 3.5x3.5” (x1)
Ammonia Inhalants
Bolin Chest Seal (x1)
HALO Chest Seals (x2)
Antibacterial Spray (x1)
Wound Wash Bottle (x1)
Triangular Bandage (x2)
Notepad w/pen
Neck Brace
Instant Heat & Ice Packets
N95 Masks (x4)
Tampons (x8)
Emergency Blanket
CPR Pocket Resuscitator
Full Burn Kit w/ Dressings and Jel
Aquamira Water Treatment Drops
Nasal and Esophageal Airway
First Aid Scissors
Permanent Marker
Thermometer
Glow Sticks
Baby Wipes
Tweezers
Poison Ivy/Bug Bite Spray
Tums
Tackle Box:
Q-Tips
Claritin
Diphen
Advil
Ibuprofen
Asprin
Tylenol
Dyna Lube
Pepto Bismol
DayQuil/NyQuil
Loperamide Hydrochloride (Anti-Diarrheal)
Ear Plugs
Exacto Knife
Safety Pins
Glutose 15
Eye Drops
Ointment
Neosporin
Throat Lozenges
Sting Relief Pads
Mucinex
Dramamine
Blue Case:
-Gloves
-First Aid Tape Rolls (x3)
-Self Adhesive Bandage Rolls (x2)
-Bandage Rolls (x2)
-Arm Sling (x1)
-Tongue depressors
Red Case:
-Antiseptic Towelettes
-Adhesive Bandages (assorted)
-Gauze Pads (assorted)
-Suture Kit + Closure Strips
-Mole Skin (several)

BOB - Not sure what to call it…. Mostly stays locked up at home...
MRE (x1)
Goal Zero Solar Charger
LED Flashlight w/ Extra Batteries
Data Backup – Portable HD & Flash Drives
Cash, Silver, Documents
Lighter and Waterproof Matches
Katadyn Pocket Water Filter w/Carbon Filter
Tissues
N95 Mask
Zip Tie Handcuffs
Glow Sticks
Signal Mirror
Ear Plugs
Emergency Fishing Kit
P-Mags
Nalgene bottle
Hand Warmers
Emergency Whistle
Candle
Signal Flairs
Emergency Blanket
Notepad w/pencil
Sewing Kit
Razors
String/Rope
Safety Pins
Snare Trap Wire
Misqito Net

3L Camel Back EDC/GHB Always in truck, use frequently for day hikes..
Multi-tool
Fixed Blade Knife w/sharpener
Hand Warmers
Emergency Blanket
Tissues
Headlamp + LED Flashlight & Extra Batteries
Compass
Toilet Paper
Sun Screen
Water Purification Tablets
Pancho
MRE
FAK-Moleskin, Bayer, Q-Tips, Throat Lozenges, Claritin, Band-Aids, Iodine Wipes


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Here is my EDC FAK. In a Tactical Tailor Utility pouch. Works great, very compact, fits on the belt or in any pack. Any suggestions for what to take away, put in?

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Pack of assorted bandaids and gauze pads
Israeli battle bandage x1
2x4 fabric bandaid x3
small roll of Kerlex x2
emergency blanket x1
condom x2
antibiotic x4
pack of aspirin x1
pack of acetaminophen x2
surgipad x2
hemostat x2
roll of fabric bandage tape x1
pair of gloves x2

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Here is my FAK:

condor rip away EMT pouch with maxpedition surgical glove pouch on the front
http://www.zombiehunters.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=111212
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On my duty belt at work I carry a pair of EMT shears, a SOF-T wide TQ, a #28 NPA with lube, a 4" Izzy, Celox, a Sharpie and a roll of kerlix for packing. I have recently added a disposable CPR mouth to mouth barrier device and a length of Duct Tape as well. I carry a full EMT bag in the trunk of my car with everything except O2 and an AED.

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Latest incarnations of my CLS kit and IFAK.

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Tactical Tailor Bag

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Tactical Tailor Bag packed

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X2 H&H compression dressings
X2 Chitogauze
X2 Hyfin vented chest seals
X1 SAM splint
X1 sport wrap
X1 2” tape
X2 Fox eye shields
X1 4”x66” Silverlon burn dressing
X1 space blanket
X1 hand sanitizer
X2 cravats
Assorted plasters
X1 sharps containers
X1 rehydration drink mix
X2 chest darts
X1 Sharpie
X1 stethoscope
X1 pulse oximeter
X2 26Fr & 28Fr NPA
X2 compressed gauze
X2 CAT tourniquets
X1 strap cutter
X1 rescue shears
X1 EMS BLS guide
X1 MARCH reference card

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Updated Gen I IFAK

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IFAK open

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X1 4” pressure dressing
X1 tape
X1 28Fr NPA
X1 Sharpie*
X1 CAT tourniquet
X1 chest dart*
X1 Fox eye shield*
X1 Combat Gauze
X1 MIST treatment card*
X1 H&H chest seal*
X1 rescue shears*
X1 strap cutter*

* items I added, everything fits without over stuffing

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I just built a ZS thread for mine with more detail on the contents
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