First aid kit for range bag.

First aid kit for range bag.

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    First aid kit for range bag.

    Does anyone have suggestions for a first aid kit for trauma? Looking for a kit for my range bag/bug out kit. Looking for something to deal withe extreme blood loss from either deep lacerations/ puncture wounds to gun shot wounds? What's every one using? I've been looking up first aid kits not finding anything of high quality. Just mostly band aids and gauze etc. I'm fine with piecing to geter just need help with item ideas. Thanx innadvance!

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    Quik Clot is the best coagulant that I have read of. The stuff is amazing.


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    Celox is next, and it is still amazing, but from I have read, it is behind Quik Clot in efficacy.

    https://quikclot.com/QuikClot/Clinical-Evidence

    Quik Clot Use By IDF:
    Prehospital use of hemostatic dressings by the Israel Defense Forces Medical Corps: A case series of 122 patients.
    Shina A, Lipsky AM, Nadler R, Levi M, Benov A, Ran Y, Yitzhak A, Glassberg E.
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2015; 79(4):S204-S209.

    This study compiled 122 prehospital cases where QuikClot Combat Gauze® (QCG) was applied 133 times between January 2009 and September 2014 by the Israeli Defense Forces.
    Injuries were penetrating (85.2%), blunt (3.3%) and combined (11.5%).

    “Hemorrhage control with the hemostatic dressing was reported to be successful in 88.6% of junctional applications and in 91.9% of nonjunctional applications. These results suggest that the QCG is an effective tool for hemorrhage control in both junctional and nonjunctional injuries.”
    “Of note, in five patients, successful dressing application [QuikClot] was used after tourniquet failure.”


    https://quikclot.com/QuikClot/Clinical-Evidence
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    Google: Skinny medic.com. Lots of Trauma Kits Listed.
    Trauma kit should have: CAT T tourniquet, Israeli Pressure bandage, Clotting gauze or Quik Clot, Compressed gauze, ++++
    Look for a "Stop The Bleed" program in your area.
    Thanks for being ready.

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