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Lots and lots of bandaids, including the giant 3"x5" size. One injury might require several changes if you are walking out the woods. And Band aids are light weight, weigh nothing. You want about 10 of the every size at least, except the giant ones where 5 will do.


A needle to remove splinters.

Aspirin.

Some antibiotic pads.

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Old 09-15-2015, 1:47 PM
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Those "arteries" look more like veins.
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Those "arteries" look more like veins.
With the red block and arrows I was depicting more the area to which the tourniquet would be applied and the vital artery in that respective area.

I was going to write both the artery and vein of a respective area since I understood that a person could exsanguinate from a severed vein just like an artery but to minimize space I only stated the arteries as that is what has been highly emphasized from the hip pocket classes I have had.

So to dove tail Doc, between veinous and arterial bleeding, is one worse than the other or are they equally bad?
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Well heres what I have this is only my kit which is also part of my EDC/Hiking Pack. Ill do my best to list the contents of my kit.




I keep my kit in 2 thats right 2 Sea To Summit Dry Bags. I spend alot of time in wet conditions as this kit is part of my EDC/Hiking pack as I stated before, so far this set up has yet to fail me.


This is the kit itself its a BlackHawk Roll Out Kit




This is my kit when its unrolled


Here I moved some things around so you folks can maybe get a better view of whats in the kit.

I was going to try to list all the items but that would take to long lol im hoping you can make out whats in the kit just from the pics. Ill list a few things that may not been seen clearly in the pics I have betadine solution, nitrile gloves, face masks, scalpels #10, tongue depressors, assorted band aids, all kinds of meds to cover stomach problems, allergies, pain relievers, common cold and flu, sore throat ect.

The second attachment to this kit is my RPC/ Air Way kit.




I also carry 2 Sam Splints with me but those go in my pack


Well folks thats my Med Kit. If anyone has any questions or wants some info on my Kit feel free to ask.

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Reading the Doom and Bloom web site again, and here's a video about their Gunshot kit - http://www.doomandbloom.net/nurse-am...treatment-kit/

A new-ish item is in it - the Celox-A Applicator.

About $26 at Amazon; I just bought 4.
Thanks for that, Librarian. I bought two.
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Old 01-29-2017, 9:50 AM
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I picked up a nifty little fingertip pulse oximeter. It displays heart rate and O2 saturation, which I suppose could be useful.

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My first aid kit???.....my Obummer care card.


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I picked up a nifty little fingertip pulse oximeter. It displays heart rate and O2 saturation, which I suppose could be useful.

I think I may have just bought the same model - got my 'shipped' email today.

The pulse is handy - don't have to count and stare at your watch.

BTW, if the dr/nurse seems to take a long time, it's usually because they're also counting your respirations after they have the pulse number. Folks tend to breathe faster if you tell them you're counting.

I think there is also a pulse/ox thing that will count respirations somehow, but I recall it being around $300, more than I want to spend.

And this site - http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/d/decr...tion/intro.htm - tells a bit of what you use the O2 saturation number for.

'Normal' would be 100% 'on room air'; usually you can watch it bounce around from about 95% to 100% during breathing. Someone with pneumonia might run below 92%, at which point the docs recommend hospitalization.
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Old 01-29-2017, 5:04 PM
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I think I may have just bought the same model - got my 'shipped' email today.

The pulse is handy - don't have to count and stare at your watch.

BTW, if the dr/nurse seems to take a long time, it's usually because they're also counting your respirations after they have the pulse number. Folks tend to breathe faster if you tell them you're counting.

I think there is also a pulse/ox thing that will count respirations somehow, but I recall it being around $300, more than I want to spend.

And this site - http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/d/decr...tion/intro.htm - tells a bit of what you use the O2 saturation number for.

'Normal' would be 100% 'on room air'; usually you can watch it bounce around from about 95% to 100% during breathing. Someone with pneumonia might run below 92%, at which point the docs recommend hospitalization.
My O2 number is usually around 98-99, but pulse is usually higher than in that pic. 90-95 resting. Not good, I know.
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Im very particular about my first aid kit. I have numerous ones for vehicle, edc and other functions. I manufacture kits for a local training facility as well as for an out of state agency (pending) as well as a couple of resorts (pending).

I carry a Swat-t and an israeli 24/7 no matter what when or where.

If you are on a tight budget I can be happy to suggest alternatives to some of the expensive items out there..

But even more important, purchase what you know how to use. I am sure some people say, I carry it in case someone else knows how to use it, but remember do you want some stranger trying to put a needle in your kids chest cause they say they are qualified..
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I picked up a nifty little fingertip pulse oximeter. It displays heart rate and O2 saturation, which I suppose could be useful.

The pulse ox is great for normal everyday stuff. I use it on grandma intermittently when feeling unwell. A quick check on rate and o2. Hands on to confirm rate and importantly feeling strength and regularity of circulation. 95% is generally considered the line for good or not. And the waves is capnography. Generally you want to see shark fins. For anyone that dives or hikes..real handy due to pressure changes and lung/pulmonary physiology. Nicer units in field are great for tension pneumothorax or as mentioned illness. More tools of deduction
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Updated the Truck's First Aid Kit. Please note that this First Aid System was designed primarily for Shooting Range, Camping, and ATV outings, as well as other events.

















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I know this thread is kinda old but since folks are still responding I'll throw in my two cents. I run virtually everything that most BLS EMTs run other than a defibrillator and o2 in my backpack (from glucose gel to pediatric OPAs) but my go-to trauma kit for prepping/bugout/active shooter/car accident/etc that I carry e v e r y w h e r e is composed as follows:
On the exterior: Trauma Shears, two CAT tourniquets, two RATS tourniquets and a sharpie.
On the interior: Adult and Teen/Middle Schooler OPAs, 2x Adult NPAs, 2x Israeli compression bandages, roughly 200 4x4 guazes (unsanitized), 800 yards of roll gauze (sanitized), 2x 50g QuikKlot bandages, Hyphin Chest Seal (set of 2 for entry and exit wounds), SAM Splint, and Mylar blanket to treat for shock.
Keep it simple for your trauma kit/blowout bag, the last thing you want is to be fumbling with 300 bandaids and neosporin while you have excessive bleeding. Keep the non-essentials in a backback or a full med-kit in your vehicle, but I definitely recommend keeping a trauma kit close at hand at all times. - Riley, NREMT
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Updated the Truck's First Aid Kit. Please note that this First Aid System was designed primarily for Shooting Range, Camping, and ATV outings, as well as other events.
You sure have a lot of stuff in that M9. Mine doesn't have half that, and it is nearly bursting at the seams. I guess I need to reorganize.
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  • PPE (gloves, mask, eye protection)
  • 1 or 2 tourniquets
  • 1 heavy duty 2" tape
  • Collapsible bag valve mask
  • Antibiotic ointments and creams
  • Aspirin, Tylenol or Ibuprofen
  • Codeine or some type of pain killer
  • Chemical Ice Bags
  • OTC Meds
  • Sterile needles and surgical blades.
  • Tweezers
  • 1 personal care kit (PCK) that includes personal medications, sunscreen, insect repellant, and/or contact lens supplies
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Can someone please recommend a complete range first aid kit. My google-foo seems to be off today. The main purpose will be to keep with my range bag. I should update my car kit at the same time. Been a long time since I went over it.
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Can someone please recommend a complete range first aid kit. My google-foo seems to be off today. The main purpose will be to keep with my range bag. I should update my car kit at the same time. Been a long time since I went over it.
Rescue Essentials offers some comprehensive range kits here.

https://www.rescue-essentials.com/se...=newsl&Search=

I probably could have saved some money if I had started with something like this instead of piecing things together.


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Can someone please recommend a complete range first aid kit. My google-foo seems to be off today. The main purpose will be to keep with my range bag. I should update my car kit at the same time. Been a long time since I went over it.


Also check www.mymedic.us and refactortactical.com
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Thank you. I will be making my decision before my next range trip.
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well i have several things in my kit like plasters in a variety of different sizes and shapes.small, medium and large sterile gauze dressings.
triangular bandages. crÍpe rolled bandages. safety pins.gloves and some pain killers
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