The 5.11 Advanced Trauma Kit is designed to be TCCC compliant, and has the ability to address the three leading causes of combat and tactical deaths

$200.00 (as of June 14, 2017, 3:32 am)

The 5.11 Advanced Trauma Kit is designed to be TCCC compliant, and has the ability to address the three leading causes of combat and tactical deaths
This kit contains the latest and most up to date CAT Gen 7 Tourniquet. Which allows one handed application, as used by Medical Services and Military World Wide. ( Kits come with the CAT configured for one handed application )
5.11 Tactical’s new UCR System (Urban Casualty Response) was created to provide first responders and professionals within the public safety market with a solution for reacting to Active Shooter or Mass Casualty Incidents (AS/MCI). Specifically, 5.11’s UCR System supports the Hartford Consensus’s second and third actions within the T.H.R.E.A.T Protocol.

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1 x Re-sealable Foil packaging, with tear notches for quick access 1 x Celox Rapid Hemostatic Dressings to Control Severe Bleeding 1 x 4″ Emergency Care Bandage Trauma Dressing with pressure bar 2 x Prs Nitrile Gloves
The 5.11 Advanced Trauma Kit is designed to be TCCC compliant, and has the ability to address the three leading causes of combat and tactical deaths
This kit contains the latest and most up to date CAT Gen 7 Tourniquet. Which allows one handed application, as used by Medical Services and Military World Wide. ( Kits come with the CAT configured for one handed application )
5.11 Tactical’s new UCR System (Urban Casualty Response) was created to provide first responders and professionals within the public safety market with a solution for reacting to Active Shooter or Mass Casualty Incidents (AS/MCI). Specifically, 5.11’s UCR System supports the Hartford Consensus’s second and third actions within the T.H.R.E.A.T Protocol.
Designed to attach to your vehicle’s headrest or any MOLLE or web platform,
The 4″ & 6″ Israeli Emergency Bandage is an innovative, combat proven first-aid device for the staunching of blood flow from traumatic hemorrhage wounds in pre-hospital emergency situations. This all-in-one device consolidates multiple first-aid devices such as a primary dressing, pressure applicator, secondary dressing, and a foolproof closure apparatus to secure the bandage in place.