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First Look: Zoll Medical’s Lifesaving Combo

The Mobilize system includes emergency medical tools and an app that instructs officers how to use them when needed.

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Ohio Officer's CPR Rescues Validate Value of Basic First Aid Training

Providing emergency first aid such as CPR, applying a tourniquet, stopping a sucking chest wound, or staunching the bleed of a gunshot wound is difficult and requires hours of training and preparation.

Tennessee Officer's Actions Show Life-Saving Value of Tourniquet Training

Uncontrolled bleeding is one of the leading causes of preventable death after traumatic injury, and the application of a tourniquet to an extremity quickly losing blood can be the difference between life and death.

3 Roll-Call Training Reminders for Summer Patrol Safety

Memorial Day is traditionally the unofficial start to summer. For American law enforcement, it signals the start of the "silly season." Here are some reminders for police trainers and street leaders to pass along to officers as they set about their summer patrols.

QuikClot Combat Gauze LE

This bleeding control solution creates a robust clot to control bleeding fast until medical support arrives.

QuikClot Combat Gauze LE

QuikClot Combat Gauze LE is a 3-inch x 4-yard strip of z-folded soft, white, nonwoven, hydrophilic gauze impregnated with kaolin, an inorganic mineral that is both safe and effective in accelerating the body’s natural clotting cascade.

QuikClot Combat Gauze LE

It helps in forming a robust clot and helping you quickly control massive hemorrhage penetrating wound bleeding.

Tourniquet, Ballistic Vest Save Life of Oregon Officer After Being Shot

An officer with the Salem (OR) Police Department is recovering after being shot several times during a traffic stop on Tuesday night.

Denver Broncos Players Donate $200,000 to Buy Protective Gear for First Responders

The kits includes body armor, a helmet and a wound trauma kit, all of which is meant to better the first responders' standard issue gear. The point is to protect against rifle fire.

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New Mexico Officer Applies Tourniquet to Himself After Shooting, Killing Gunman

An officer was shot in the leg and a suspected gunman was killed during a gunfight in Albuquerque early Sunday morning. The officer went to his vehicle, applied a tourniquet to his injured leg, and successfully detained the driver.

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