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  • Dixie EMS First Responder Fully Stocked Trauma First Aid Kit - Black
  • Dixie EMS First Responder Fully Stocked Trauma First Aid Kit - Black
  • Dixie EMS First Responder Fully Stocked Trauma First Aid Kit - Black

Dixie Ems

Dixie EMS First Responder Fully Stocked Trauma First Aid Kit - Black

Dixie Ems

Dixie EMS First Responder Fully Stocked Trauma First Aid Kit - Black

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Product Description Product Description
  • LARGE SIZE - An ideally sized 10.5" x 8.5" x 5" bag that's large enough to hold a wide variety of equipment while still being small enough to store and carry. The carry handles are strong and secure, allowing for easy portability.
  • LARGE MAIN COMPARTMENT - One large main zippered compartment. This central compartment's sides have pockets to keep small equipment or bandages secure and handy.
  • ZIPPERED SIDE POCKETS - It also has two zippered side pockets for bulky items or more storage space, help making organizing your tools and equipment easy and efficient.
  • FULLY STOCKED JUMP BAG - Contains an assortment of supplies, tools and equipment that are ideal for First Responders and EMS.
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Get it.Great start to a better than basic kit. more stuff than I know how to use! I did add extra band aids, some bacitratcin, ace bandage, extra cold packs, gloves, cotton swabs, tylenol, motrin, Israeli bandages and self stick tape. I left the items I am not qualified to use in a side pocket just in case the need arises and someone qualified is available. I do plan on taking a course, someday... I fell better now knowing I have it available. On a side note, I bought the red thinking it would be more visible but it is more of a funny pink which kinda sucks, had I known I would have just gotten the black. 4Great Kit for a Great PriceI ordered this for a family member to ensure they had the basic medical supplies around their house. I have noticed several reviews noting that this is not a trauma kit. I agree. It is NOT a trauma kit with regards to what most folks see as trauma. Will you be able to handle a multiple car pile-up with just this bag, probably not. If that is what you need, then you might consider building your own. This is a First Responder Kit and will suffice in "normal" situations around the house, on road trips and on camping trips. I read enough about this product to understand what I was getting. Other reviews have the contents list, hence I will not include that here. If you want to add items to it to make it a trauma kit, by all means, get a few Israeli Battle Dressings, SAM splint, tourniquet, whatever your heart desires or better yet, whatever you are qualified and trained to use. There is some extra room in this bag to trick it out any way you want. What you should know is that the Dixie EMS First Responder Kit is a GREAT baseline for a very reasonable price. If you tried to buy each item individually, you would spend twice the cost of this kit. Great buy for the price and it was welcomed by the family member I purchased it for. 5Great ValueReally impressed with this kit. For the price you get some great items and additional room to add more. I also packaged an Israeli Trauma Wound Bandage. The bag has two side pockets for organizing or adding more and the main compartment which comes with a bottom and divider. I looked at more expensive kits but am very glad I stumbled upon this. As a first responder and occasional solo camper I definitely recommend this for anyone in the market. The items are placed in two large clear plastic bags. In my case I slit the tops in order for easier access while still having things organized. Decide what works for you and familiarize yourself with the contents. This covers much of your bases for routine and in some cases traumatic injuries. Hope this helps. 5Here is How I Improved ItI started looking into a first aid kit to keep in my car to be used in case of an emergency to either to help someone or myself. I even bought a first aid kit years ago, which consisted mostly of band aids and was sufficient for minor cuts and scratches, but not nearly enough for serious emergencies.In a typical car accident these small injuries are the least of your worries. In a serious accident you get bleeding, head injuries, broken bones, burns, knocked out teeth, loss of conscious, shock, and even a cardiac arrest. That's when I started looking for a trauma kit.Things I've added to the kit:3 - Pairs of non-latex gloves1 - 36" SAM Splint2 - SAM Finger Splints1 - 35g Celox pouch1 - SOFTT-W 1.5" Tourniquet (replaced the CAT Tourniquet I had before)1 - Halo Chest Seal1 - 6" Israeli bandage with sliding pads1 - Ambu Res-Cue CPR mask (in addition to the CPR Face Shield)1 - bottle of eyewash solution1 - Save-A-Tooth1 - Silver Cinch Compression Combat Dressing (The "H" Bandage)1 - Z-Pak Gauze Dressing1 - Tac Med BLAST Bandage1 - H&H Combat Eye Shield6 - 3M Steri-Strip reinforced Skin Closures1 - metal tweezers5 - packets of 325mg UrgentRx Critical Care Aspirin to Go1 - small hand sanitizer1 - ADC RESPONDER Jr. Horizontal Holster (#215BK)1 - Water Jel 4" X 4" Burn Dressing4 - BURNFREE Pain Relieving Gel 3.5 gram Packets2 - 95cm Velcro hook and loop straps for the SAM splint1 - Biohazard bag1 - small Swiss Army knife1 - small roll of duct tape (from SOL)Things I'm not keeping:- wire splint (replaced by the SAM splint)- tourniquet (replaced by the SOFTT-W 1.5" Tourniquet)- airway kit (requires special training to use, and takes up a lot of space)- seat belt cutter (replaced by the Victorinox Swiss Army Rescue Tool - 53900)- ammonia inhalantsI'm not keeping the ammonia inhalants because some people have allergies, and it is often better to keep the casualty unconscious while the medics get there.I combined the Water Jel dressing, BURNFREE packets and the Koolaburn dressings, that came with the kit, into a separate burn care pack that's labeled and can be easily taken out.I chose the Velcro straps of this length, because the strap of the SOFTT-W 1.5" Tourniquet is about that long, and if you have to splint a leg, then a shorter strap might not be long enough.The holster I bought is 6" long which fits perfectly into the bag. I'm really happy with it. It has 3 compartments, where things are inserted and secured with a Velcro strap and it can be attached to a belt. I put there the shears, forceps, penlight, tongue depressor, tweezers and the swiss army knife. Now they're all in one thing and scattered throughout the bag.The biohazard bag is simply a clear zip-lock plastic bag that has a biohazard label, which I bought.The bag is now fully packed, and there is very little space left in it, except perhaps for some minor stuff.There are a lot of trauma kits available, some are big and expensive EMT/paramedic-level kits, and some are small for individual use. I needed something in-between to keep the person alive for these 10-20 minutes until the ambulance gets on scene. That's why I didn't include things like a needle decompression kit, and am removing the airway kit.I think this is the best starter trauma kit available on the market for the money for someone without a healthcare provider training, but in my opinion it far from complete. I do have First Aid and CPR training, but to be honest, these classes teach so little, that I had to learn more stuff on my own, especially, how to deal with trauma. So besides adding the above stuff to the kit, I had to learn how to actually use it.Before buying the additional items, I carefully researched each of them. For example, I decided to replace the supplied tourniquet with the CAT tourniquet, because the latter one has 100% success rate, according to some army research; so does Celox, that's why I chose it over QuikClot. Both Water Jel and Burnfree products have good very reviews, so I got both of them.Yes, these quality military grade items are not cheap, and I've spent more on them then on the trauma kit itself. But if it helps me or someone else, then it is worth it. Don't you want to have the best stuff when it comes to a life or health?The bag itself perfectly fits under my seat, and is not too large, but big enough to fit all of the extra stuff I bought for it. I just wish it had a bit more pockets, although there is one Velcro pocket that can be attached to either side of the middle compartment.I do recommend this trauma kit, if you don't have time to make one yourself, but if I had to look for one again, I'd probably buy an empty bag and get individual items separately. I have done enough research to put one together myself.I had to downgrade this from 4 to 3 stars recently because it didn't have enough items that I needed.What's in your trauma kit? 3Great first aid/first responder bag.Wow! This is more than I had hoped it would be. This is stocked with first aid supplies beyond the standard band aids. This is actually capable of helping someone in an emergency. The bag is a great size to put under the seat in your car, has room to add a few extras and will make sure that you are prepared in case of an emergency. My only piece of advice is to make sure you go through and organize and if you don't know how to use an item (ie airways, CPR mask etc) either learn or don't try to use them. 5Great Value, but be aware of what you're buyingI'd like to start this off by saying that I am a lifeguard and a red cross instructor. I spend all day around stuff like this, and I know that having medical equipment around can and does save lives. That being said, I bought this kit to restock my personal trauma kit, not for work. For my purposes, it was perfect. While I do have experience with a lot of equipment like this, do not take ANYTHING I say as medical advice, and if you do buy this kit, do not use ANYTHING in it that you haven't been formally trained to use. This kit is in my opinion an excellent value for the money, but it definitely has some drawbacks. The major pros are the cost, the quantity of medical supplies you're getting, and the distribution of value within the kit(I'll explain in a minute). The Cons are THE TOURNIQUET****, the quality of the bag(not an issue for me, but may be for you), and the lack of warnings that should come along with equipment like this.For 40 dollars, you can't possibly expect professional quality medical equipment. (For reference, a single CAT tourniquet from NARescue costs about $35) What you CAN expect is "good enough" medical equipment. There is no need to spend 20 bucks on a box of gauze pads. This kit has "good enough" band aids, gauze, and other consumables so it can give you a mostly complete kit at a good price.***If you are looking to start a kit from this, you will NEED to buy a good tourniquet from a reputable brand. The TQ included with this kit is total junk. The CAT, R.A.T.S., SOFTTW, and SWATT tourniquets are all great. (SWAT-T and RATS are both under 20 bucks)***You will also need TRAINING and MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE!!! If you want to keep the ammonia inhalants and/or OPA's, take a Red Cross EMR or professional EMT class to learn how to use them. Those 2 items in particular are EXTREMELY dangerous if used incorrectly. If you aren't certified to use them, DON'T!!!!!In summary, this is an awesome first aid kit FOR THE MONEY! It can handle most boo-boos, and minor to moderate trauma. If you're looking for professional quality medical equipment, this isn't for you, but if you just want a good car or home medical kit, you won't find anything better for the price. 4WOULD BUY AGAIN Perfect size!! throwing this in the back of my jeep. Smaller then i expected but it fits everything. the bag came with a detachable insert that is pointless so i'm just going to throw it out. Lighters show size comparison. Hope my review is helpful. 55-Stars+ Perfect Emergency Bag For Perfect PriceThis is by far the best item I've purchased as far as medical bags and supplies goes. If you are a simple person looking to create a preparedness/bug-out stash just for peace of mind, this is the best thing you can get for your medical needs. The item has the best price for all that's included. The value of the bag and what comes with it is more than asked for. The bag is very nice quality, with three well sized pouches. It comes with an attachment for the main compartment that seperates it into smaller spaces. The bag has plenty of extra space even after organizing all of the supplies it comes with. I am satisfied and 5 stars simply isn't enough 5Good Deal for a Beginner Emergency KitThere were a lot of useful items in this kit, however there were a lot of things that I just didn't feel necessary. It had the basics for an emergency kit and after adding a few other items, it worked for what I needed it for. I would definitely consider ordering it again if I was looking for something small and basic. However, with seven people in my family, two of them teenagers, I plan to upgrade at some point, if only for my car or road trips or whatever. 3Good kit, but small.It is a very small kit. It is slightly smaller than the advertised dimensions. I would have dinged it 2 stars, but having the first aid supplies included in it makes it a better value than similar bags. You'll still need to add important items to make it a trauma kit, like: an Izzy (IBD), tourniquet, Z-Pack gauze, H-bandage, pocket mask, clotting agent, eye wash, and more gloves. But for the money, it is a good deal. I was able to squeeze in the other items I listed and just barely zip it up. This is ok for a vehicle kit, but a bit small for a good home kit. 4
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