Originally Posted By: Taurus
If I have spare space anywhere in my kit I put more shell dressings or compressed gauze in there.

I looked to military kits for suggestions on what and how many bleeding and airway items I should include. I did not add an abdominal bandage because I don't think it would help in my situation.

The items in bold are what I have or are a close equivalent. Again, I went with the civilian version when possible.

https://www.chinookmed.com/01276/combat-lifesaver-kit-tmk-cl-wcat-only.html

BLEEDING
(2) Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T)
(1) Israeli Abdominal Bandage, 12"
(2) Israeli Emergency Bandage, 4"
(4) Compressed Gauze


CHEST / AIRWAY
(1) Bolin Chest Seal
[I included two in my kit]
(1) HALO Chest Seal, (2/pk)
(2) Decompression Needle, 14Gx3.25"
(2) Nasopharyngeal Airway w/ Lube, 28 Fr


https://www.chinookmed.com/01246/medical-panel-insert-kit-tmk-mpi.html

BLEEDING
(2) Tourniquets (SOFTT-W OR C-A-T)

(1) Blast Bandage
(1) Israeli Abdominal Bandage, 12"
(1) Israeli Emergency Bandage, 4"
(1) Israeli Emergency Bandage, 6"
[I have two of the 4" version]
(4) Compressed Gauze

CHEST/AIRWAY
(1) HALO Chest Seal, (2/pk)

(1) TMM-CR, Cricothyrotomy Module:

(1) Tracheostomy Tube Cuffed, 6.0 mm
(1) Hemostat, Kelly Forceps, Curved, 5.5"
(1) Scalpel, Sterile, #10
(1) Syringe, Sterile, 10 mL
(1) Tracheal Hook, 4"

(2) Bolin Chest Seal
(2) Decompression Needle, 14Gx3.25"
(2) Nasopharyngeal Airway w/ Lube, 28 Fr


Jeanette Isabelle
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