Public Access Bleeding Control Kits
This life saving kit in a ruggedized, vacuum-sealed pouch, provides intuitive and easy-to-use tools that are proven to help save lives, such as the C-A-T®, quality gauze, shears, pressure dressings/bandages, and a hemostatic that further enhances blood clotting abilities. Also included are step-by-step illustrated "just in time" pictorial instructions, so that even untrained providers can help save a life.
- Designed to provide essential equipment that empowers the general public to take action as immediate responders in stopping life threatening bleeding
- Basic, intermediate, advanced and 5-pack control kits available
Life threatening bleeding can occur from everyday emergencies such as vehicle crashes, incidents involving farming equipment or public transportation, accidental injuries from natural disasters, like tornadoes, and inflicted injuries from man-made disasters, such as shootings and bombings. Choose from three kits.
BASIC: The NAR Individual Bleeding Control Kit provides life saving bleeding control equipment such as tourniquets, pressure dressings and gauze bandages and puts them into the hands of the public to help control bleeding and save lives.
INTERMEDIATE: Includes all equipment found in the Basic Individual Bleeding Control Kit with the added capability to treat penetrating chest wounds with the HyFin® Vent Compact Chest Seal Twin Pack (for entrance and exit wounds).
ADVANCED: Includes all equipment found in the Intermediate Individual Bleeding Control Kit with the added capability to treat major bleeding with a hemostatic dressing to enhance blood clotting abilities for faster bleeding control.
5-PACK CONTROL KIT: Includes five (5) individual bleeding control kits contained in an easy-to-open carrying case, along with one (1) NAR QuikLitter™ used for moving injured casualties
Public Access Bleeding Kit Overview VideoProviding bystanders and first responders in populated public areas with quick, easy access to the essential equipment to stop life-threatening bleeding.
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