Adventure Medical Kits Tactical Field/Trauma with QuikClot

08/12/2013 - Comment

The biggest kit in the world won’t make a difference if it’s sitting in camp while you’re in the field. The Field Trauma with QuikClot is designed to be small enough to stash into a daypack while equipping you with the supplies and information to venture 1-2 days away from your base. A 25g QuikClot

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(as of 08/12/2013 4:31 PM EST - Details)

The biggest kit in the world won’t make a difference if it’s sitting in camp while you’re in the field. The Field Trauma with QuikClot is designed to be small enough to stash into a daypack while equipping you with the supplies and information to venture 1-2 days away from your base. A 25g QuikClot Sport dressing stops life-threatening bleeding fast, while the included bandages, dressings, and medication enable you to stabilize the fracture or sprain, and keep the patient comfortable while you make your way back to camp or await rescue.

Product Features

  • Stop bleeding fast
  • Clean and close wounds
  • Dress bullet and arrow wounds
  • Manage pain and illnesses
  • Personal protection
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Comments

Wulfstan "wulfstan" says:

Ok, but pricey. I have recommended Quikclot before. Here’s what I said:”This product stops bleeding cold. Right Now. Note- it is expensive and a little messy, so don’t go using it for everyday cuts, those where the bleeding is easily controlled by pressure. But this could very well save a life, especially out in the field.Get one of the large packs and keep it at home in your 1st Aid kit, and one of the smaller packs to carry in your beltpouch or daypack, along with a few Band-Aids and the…

Papa Swamp says:

Great little kit! Perfect small emergency kit. I certainly won’t rehash the comprehensive listing by the previous reviewer. The nice thing about these kits is there is room to add a few more items. I would add additional pain reliever (ibuprofen, etc.), anti-diarrhea meds and maybe more allergy meds as well as some superglue (yea it stings but closes lacerations nicely).

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