Medical Tactical Trauma Kit Backpack Army Digital 18x10x11'' Filled With First Aid Supplies FA138
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Brand: Elite First Aid FA138
Item: MHR-333

Specifications and features:
Elite First Aid Trauma Kit #3
Measures 18"x10"x11"
Contains over 230 items
Weighs 9 pounds
Contents may vary.

1 Blood Pressure Cuff Kit
16 Bandage Strips, 1''x3''
1 Cervical Collar
5 Butterfly Strips
1 Pen Light
5 Bandage Strips, 2''x3''
10 Knuckle Bandages
1 EFA - First Aid Book
2 Instant Ice Packs
8 Pairs Latex Examination Gloves
1 EMT Shears
10 Abdominal Pads, 5''x9''
2 Stainless Steel Hemostats
20 Pain Relievers
1 Pair of Tweezers
6 Safety Pins
1 Knife handle, #3
2 Blades
2 Emergency Blankets, 52''x84''
1 Stethoscope
1 Hand Sanitizer, 2oz.
1 Calamine Lotion, 6oz.
5 Tongue Depressors
1 Hand Soap
1 CPR Mask
6 After Bite Wipes
45 Antiseptic BZK Wipes
1 SAM / Universal Splint
5 Ammonia Inhalants
1 Elastic Bandage, 6''
2 Airways
5 Sterile Sponges, 4''x4''
3 Multi Trauma Dessings, 12''x30''
2 Tape, Rolls, Adhesive
1 Skin and Eye Wash
2 BleedStop Bandages
10 Triple Antibiotic Packages
5 Eye Pads
5 Burn Aid Packages
2 Triangular Bandages, 40''x40''x56''
1 Tourniquet

The tactical trauma kit number three is packed in a very nice backpack with a lot of compartments for easy access to the contents. This backpack full of first aid supplies is designed and used by professionals. Perfect for any accident that could happen. Take one camping, out in the field, hunting, out to the range, backpacking, trekking, or any other outdoor activity.

Army Digital, Level III Assault Pack loaded completely full with over 230 essential first aid items. Major first aid items include: First aid book, trauma dressings, universal splint, cervical collar, stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, latex gloves, hemostats, EMT shears, assorted bandages and treatments, and much more. First aid gear is non-returnable. Pack measures 18x10x10".

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 Rating Glad we got it - 5/19/2012
Reviewer: TiminCO
My wife and I were hesitant at first to buy this backpack. As a former volunteer fireman and current CERT member in my community, I really appreciate the value of a good trauma/emergency aid kit. Upon arrival, I gave the backpack a good going over and inventory. We received everything that was advertised and I was impressed with the quality of the equipment and gear. While the stethoscope is a student model and the hemostats are aluminum, not stainless steel, they will more than do in a pinch. All of the bandages, splints, etc. were good quality, not cheap and imported junk. While I will be adding a few things to this kit (including larger rolls of glass and cloth tape, and a package of the compressed towels that I ordered at the same time), this is a great kit for families like ours with three active kids or individuals that like to be prepared. The only negative thing I noticed was the pack itself was built for a smaller framed person. I am 6'1" and 220 lbs and the pack felt narrow on my back. The chest strap and belt had to be adjusted to their fullest length to fit around me (36" waist). But other than that, if you know or learn how to use the various items in this pack, they may save a life, or at least ease injuries until professional help can be sought.
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
3.0 Rating other colors - 12/2/2008
Reviewer: RAB
this is a ok price for the product but it would be nice to see some different colored packs as an option for this. normally these bags go for $50-$70 and the supplies could be worth a $100 if you bought top name stuff all separately. it'd be nice to have some brand names on the band aids and other medical supplies. its probably worth $120 so the $170 new price isn't too much of a rip off.
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
3.0 Rating not overly impressed - 6/30/2009
Reviewer: johnkapu
I was not very impressed at all.What came with the bag, as well as the bag itself was good. The bag itself is worth $$$ and has a ton of uses other than a first aid bag. It also seems to be fairly sturdy and of good construction.(time will tell) My biggest problem with this product was that upon inspection of the contents that came in the bag,I noticed a few things on the list in the product description that did not come with the kit that I received. The following items were on the list of contents in the description, but not in the bag I received...blood stopper kits,airways,triangular bandages,and the 4oz eyewash. Not hard items to replace, however I like to get what I pay for!!!!!!
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
5.0 Rating I love this Kit - 9/9/2009
Reviewer: motorwerks
The Straps took me a minute to get used to but now that I have it all adjusted they seem fine. I think everything listed is, in mine, but to be honest I had to pull a few things out, and swap out a couple others from my old kit like my old stethoscope, and BP cuff not that there is anything wrong with the ones that come with it, but I'm partial to my stuff. I work standbyes here from time to time for local Downhill Mountain bike races, and this is perfect for hiking around all day, keeping tabs on riders and spectators a like. Since I do this on the cheap I actually took the fairly large box it came with and cut it to pieces to make a few extra splints. I cant wait for this weekends race, I believe that I am totally prepared for whatever these guys can throw my way. My only complaint is that I wish I had some colored messy bags to separate things like my Ambulances Trauma bags but I'm sure Ill dig some of those up soon enough. I truly believe that there is NO WAY I could ever put this together for this price.
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
2.0 Rating Very Dissappointed - 4/6/2010
Reviewer: USN First Responder
Upon receiving my kit, the very first lanyard pull cord that I tried to open the pack came off in my hand. Thinking it was just one zipper pull, I checked the others, same issue with 2 other ones. Nice looking, but not a quality bag. My 8 year old will now have a new cool looking bookbag. Next I took inventory of the items in the bag. Missing was one airway and no blood clotting items at all (ie: spray,gauze,pads,etc.)The stethoscope was made essentially one step above a halloween prop, although you could hear the chambers of the heart with it. The hemostats and scalpel handle were of the same caliber and in no way sanitary. The scalpel blades and sutures were of decent quality however.
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Medical Tactical Trauma Kit Backpack Army Digital 18x10x11
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