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Individual First Aid Kit

June 26, 2014
Chinook Medical Gear, a distributor and manufacturer of tactical medical kits, unveils the TMK-IFAK, a new Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) for use in any tactical situation.

Arizona Deputies Use Tourniquets to Save Lives

May 15, 2014
Pima County (Ariz.) Sheriff's Deputies have been using first-aid kits with tourniquets for years and are crediting the kits with saving lives after the 2011 shooting of U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson.

C-A-T Kydex Duty Belt Kit

April 17, 2014
Keep hemorrhage control immediately accessible at all times with North American Rescue’s C-A-T Kydex Duty Belt Kit.

Video: How Former St. Croix PD Chief Survived Harrowing Gunfight

January 16, 2014
His arm shattered by bullets and his vehicle incapacitated, Howell took a tourniquet out of a trauma kit and used it to stanch the bleeding. Without that tourniquet and the proper training on how to use it, he would have likely bled out.

St. Louis County Chief Wants Officers to Carry Heroin Antidote

October 31, 2013
St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch wants his department to be the region’s first to carry a heroin antidote, and he met this week with the National Council on Drug and Alcohol Abuse to lobby for support.

Ratcheting Medical Tourniquets

December 14, 2012
M2 Inc.'s Ratcheting Medical Tourniquets (RMTs) are compact, lightweight, and rugged tactical tools for hemorrhage control. The M2 ratcheting buckle uses precise mechanical pressure and is fast, effective, and self-locking.

Pocket-Size Trauma Treatment Kits

April 1, 2009
Blueline Tactical’s ResQ-PAKs are pocket-size trauma self-treatment kits for the law enforcement, tactical, and military community. The vacuum-sealed lightweight packs are available in three levels, each containing a specific combination of first-aid supplies recommended for a different level of threat.

First Aid Ointments

October 1, 2008
Safetec of America has developed new packaging options for its First Aid and Infection Control creams, ointments, and gels. Now available in 144-count and 25-count dispenser boxes, .9-gram Safetec Triple Antibiotic Ointment, First Aid Burn Cream, Single Antibiotic Ointment and Cream, Burn Gel, Instant Hand Sanitizer, and insect repellent pouches are easy to carry.

Elmridge Protection Products All-Ready First-Aid System

September 1, 2006
The All-Ready first-aid system is designed to help administer accurate first aid within the crucial first minutes of emergency care. It contains different packs, organized and color coded for customized injuries, with step-by-step instructions so a nonprofessional can perform the treatments.

Spec-Ops Medical Pouch

March 1, 2006
Many first-aid pouches used by SWAT are too small and are not clearly marked as medical specific, which can waste critical time when someone is injured. The Spec-Ops Brand Medical Pouch is large enough to carry all of the components of the new IFAK (Improved First-Aid Kit) and has a permanently attached red webbing top strap for immediate identification. Made of double-wall 1,000-denier Cordura, it is available in two sizes, in black, olive, tan, coyote brown, and the new ACU pattern.

H&H Associates Emergency Combat Tourniquet

February 1, 2006
H&H Associates’ new TOURNI-KWIK-3 (TK-3) is an emergency combat tourniquet. Recently tested by the U.S. Navy’s test lab in Panama City, Fla., and given high marks, the TK-3 is a full latex tourniquet designed to stop arterial bleeding and amputations using just one-hand. The TK-3, a 3-inch by 40-inch tourniquet, is more lightweight and less expensive than those currently being used by the armed forces.

Z-Medica Corp. QuikClot ACS Clotting Sponge

January 1, 2006
The QuikClot ACS from Z-Medica is a newly designed delivery system for the company’s flagship QuikClot brand hemostatic agent. The QuikClot ACS is a porous surgical sponge that contains beads of the agent that activate when they come into direct contact with blood in a wound. The sponge also stays in place during transport, is easy to apply to wounds, and can be applied from any angle.

Blood Clotters

August 1, 2004

Medical personnel have known for years that approximately 80 percent of combat deaths occur within 30 minutes of wounding, often because of loss of blood

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