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NOTE: All credit goes to Dex, former medical head. He wrote up all of this information, I'm simply bringing it up to date and onto the medical forum here instead of the club.

 

-Franco

 

 

 

FIRST AID KIT, SMALL CRAFT

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WEIGHT: 50lbs / 22.7kg
Found on all vehicles in a combat theatre. Stocked with cost efficiency as a priority. Intended to supplement the contents of individual aid kits and medic aid bags.

 

HEMORRHAGE >>
x3 extremity tourniquet

x4 X-STAT
x6 hybrid combat bandage
x1 hemostatic dressing
x2 occlusive dressing
x2 abdominal dressing

 

AIRWAY/BREATHING >>
x1 manual suction kit
x1 BVM
x1 NRB
x2 oxygen D-tank w/ flow regulator

 

CIRCULATION >>
x1 AED

 

BANDAGES/MUSCULOSKELETAL >>
x1 rigid splint pack (various sizes)
x2 traction splint
x3 cravat w/ safety pins
x2 roll elastic bandage w/ safety pins
x2 roll cling gauze bandage
x1 C-collar

 

MISCELLANEOUS >>
x3 roll surgical tape
x3 thermal blanket
x1 trauma shears
x1 box nitrile gloves
x4 casualty card
x1 black surgical marker
x2 foldable litter

 


MEDIC AID BAG, COMBAT PATROL

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WEIGHT: 20lbs / 9.0kg
Carried by medics "outside the wire" on missions of short duration.  Stocked with low weight and expectant combat trauma in mind. Note- medics are instructed to first use supplies from a casualty's individual aid kit if available.


HEMORRHAGE >>
x2 extremity tourniquet

x4 X-STAT
x1 AAJT
x4 hybrid combat bandage
x2 hemostatic dressing
x2 occlusive dressing
x2 abdominal dressing
x1 DARPA cannister

 

AIRWAY/BREATHING >>
x2 valved chest seal
x1 manual suction kit
x1 NPA kit
x1 SGA kit
x1 BVM
x1 needle chest decompression kit
x1 cricothyroidotomy kit
x1 pulse oximeter
x1 capnograph

 

CIRCULATION >>
x1 blood pressure cuff
x1 stethoscope
x2 IV access kit
x1 IOID
x1 Normal Saline bag 1000mL
x1 Lactated Ringers bag 1000mL
x2 Hextend bag 500mL

 

BANDAGES/MUSCULOSKELETAL >>
x3 moldable splint
x1 C-collar
x3 cravat w/ safety pins
x3 elastic bandage roll w/ safety pins
x3 cling gauze bandage roll

 

DRUGS >>
x1 ATNAA
x4 Epinephrine autoinjector

x4 Saline-Ketamine autoinjector
- Levaquin
- Mobic

- Morphine
- Narcan
- Phenergan
- TXA

 

MISCELLANEOUS >>
x1 thermal blanket
x1 temporal artery thermometer
x1 penlight
x2 eye shield
x1 trauma shears
x1 saline bottle 1000mL
x1 steri-strips kit
x4 surgical tape roll
x2 instant cold pack
x2 instant heat pack
x1 box alcohol swabs
x1 box povidone-iodine swabs
x1 hand sanitizer bottle
x1 roll biohazard bags
x1 box nitrile gloves
x6 casualty cards
x1 black surgical marker
x1 foldable litter

 


MEDIC AID BAG, RECON

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WEIGHT: 40lbs / 18.1kg
Carried by medics on missions of extended duration where chance of resupply and medical evacuation is low.  Heavy. Stocked with expectant combat trauma and environmental casualties in mind. Note- medics are instructed to first use supplies from a casualty's individual aid kit if available.


HEMORRHAGE >>
Combat Patrol loadout x2

 

AIRWAY/BREATHING >>
Combat Patrol loadout x2
+2 tube thoracostomy kit

 

CIRCULATION >>
Combat Patrol loadout x2
+1 AED
+1 pericardiocentesis kit

 

BANDAGES/MUSCULOSKELETAL >>
Combat Patrol loadout x2
+1 fasciotomy kit

 

DRUGS >>
Combat Patrol loadout x2
+ activated charcoal
+ Cefotan
+ Haldol autoinjectors
+ Romazicon
+ Valium
+ "Snivel" drugs

 

MISCELLANEOUS >>
Combat Patrol loadout x2
+1 lateral canthotomy kit
+2 box blister cushions
+2 Dermabond tube
+3 suture kit
+1 sharps container
+1 set soft restraints

 

 

 

 

 

IFAK

Spoiler

BAG WEIGHT: 3lbs / 1.3kg

Carried by every Trooper to date, the IFAK is a kit designed to hold a wounded Trooper over until they can be seen by medical personnel.

 

HEMORRHAGE >>
x1 extremity tourniquet
x2 simple gauze dressing

x2 Israeli dressing
x1 hemostatic dressing
x1 occlusive dressing

x1 X-STAT

 

AIRWAY/BREATHING >>
x2 valved chest seal
x1 needle chest decompression kit

x1 NPA kit (- Contains several sizes of nasally-inserted rubber NPAs as well as a packet of water-based lubricant. Although uncomfortable, the NPA is the only airway adjunct that can be tolerated by conscious patients. Contraindicated by severe head/facial trauma or suspected skull fracture.)

 

BANDAGES/MUSCULOSKELETAL >>
x2 elastic bandage roll
x2 cling gauze bandage roll

 

DRUGS >>
x1 activated charcoal bottle
x2 tylenol

x1 mobic

x1 levaquin

 

MISCELLANEOUS >>

x1 trauma shears
x1 surgical tape roll
x1 box nitrile exam gloves
x1 casualty cards
x1 black surgical marker

 

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