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First Responder EMT Bag

Survival Preparedness - Create Your Survival Homestead

A Survival Preparedness Plan - Creates Peace of Mind, Saves You Money, Ensures You Get The Job Done

Everyday more people discover that more freedoms have eroded and much of what they depended upon is in danger of not existing tomorrow. Retirement funds lose substantial value as politicians ask for more from citizens and then give it away to questionable recipients. People want to know what they can do to survive the uncertain future looming on the horizon.

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» Prepare to Survive an Uncertain Future Through Self Reliance

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Survival Preparedness - Create Your Survival Homestead

A Survival Preparedness Plan - Creates Peace of Mind, Saves You Money, Ensures You Get The Job Done

Everyday more people discover that more freedoms have eroded and much of what they depended upon is in danger of not existing tomorrow. Retirement funds lose substantial value as politicians ask for more from citizens and then give it away to questionable recipients. People want to know what they can do to survive the uncertain future looming on the horizon.

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Even if you are not medically trained, you should have a trauma bag included in your survival medical gear. You never know when you will need it, and if you do have a medically-trained member of your group, they may not have the EMT supplies needed.

X-Tuff Modular  Trauma Bag

The Modular ALS Trauma Bag is an excellent size and layout for EMS agencies and first responders. It features a zippered compartment that holds one D sized oxygen cylinder including regulator that allows easy access to the cylinder without having to remove it from the bag or even open the main compartment. The main hold has removable modular dividers that can be arranged in any order to fit the users’ needs. Also included are four color coded quick-grab pouches with a transparent window for often used items. On top of the oxygen cylinder compartment is a foam divider sleeve that can be used for further organization or removed completely to allow top access to the oxygen cylinder. Four outside compartments, one mesh flap pocket and elastic airway loops complete the storage features of this bag.

Other design and safety features include:

  • Easy access zippered oxygen cylinder compartment allows for removal of oxygen cylinder without opening main compartment
  • Color coded removable pouches in center compartment great for separating infant, pediatric, adult, large adult, etc
  • Reflective triple trim striping plus embroidered Star of Life is reflective
  • Padded divider storage compartments on top of oxygen cylinder compartment
  • Pebble embossed PVC reinforced rigid bottom & sides add water resistance and durability
  • Fill kit includes the following supplies: Tweezers, Kelly Hemostats, Trauma Sheers, Bandage Sheers, LED Penlight, Am Ampules, Band-Aids (100), 4" x 4" Gauze Pads (25 packs of 2), 2" Roll Gauze (2), 3" Roll Gauze (2), 4" Roll Gauze (2), 2" Self-Adherent Bandage (2), 2" Elastic Ace Bandage (2), 5" x 9" ABD Pad (2), 8" x 10" ABD Pad (2), 1" Roll Cloth Tape, 2" Roll Cloth Tape, Iodine Wipes (10), Isopropyl Alcohol Wipes (10), Triple Antibiotic Ointment 1/2 oz, Instant Cold Packs (2), Eye Pads (2), Triangle Bandage (2) , Eye Wash, Nitrile Exam Gloves (4), Universal SAM Finger Splint, Glucose, Sting Pads (10), Adult BP Cuff, Sprague Stethoscope, CPR Barrier Mask w/ Case, OPA Kit (6 sizes), 10" x 30" Trauma Dressing, NC Tubing (2), NRB Mask (2), MPR Bag, 4-1/4" x 36" Roll Splint, Occlusive Chest Seal, Adjustable C-Collar, 2oz Burn Spray, 2oz First Aid Spray, Emergency Blanket, Quick Stop Hemostatic Blood Stop Spray, R.A.T.S. Tourniquet, First Aid Guide Booklet, 4" x 4" Burn Dressing (2), O2 Reg 0-15 lpm, Alum "D" Ox Cyl (empty), Color Coded Pouches (4)
In addition to a trauma bag like that one above, you should make sure you have some type of book on first aid and emergency survival first aid. I highly recommend this book by Doom and Bloom: The Survival Medicine Handbook: A Guide for When Help is Not on the Way