Quake Kare Introduces ER™ Blood Stopper Trauma Kit
The blood stopping trauma kit from Quake Kare empowers staff members and bystanders to save lives during mass casualty and active shooter incidents, says the company.
Quake Kare, a supplier of disaster preparedness kits and emergency supplies, introduces its ER™ Blood Stopper Trauma Kit.
The ER Blood Stopper Trauma Kit contains critical medical supplies for the treatment of moderate to severe uncontrolled bleeding caused by penetrating wounds, according to the company. The kit is designed to enable non-emergency personnel to deliver life-saving treatment to an injured victim until EMS arrive on scene.
The kit complies with TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) regulations to effectively treat combat victims. The TCCC Standards are endorsed by both the American College of Surgeons and the National Association of EMT’s.
It also meets The Department of Homeland Securities STOP THE BLEED recommendations.
The kit includes:
- (1) SWAT Tourniquet
- (2) 200-Pair Nitrile Gloves
- (1) Mylar Blanket
- (1) Blood Stopper Trauma Dressing
- (2) Chest Seals
- (2) Quick Clot Gauzes
It also includes an instructional card, which consists of a picture of a human body that is color-coded to match the color of each wound care products’ packaging, making it easy to match the application areas of the body to each product in the kit.
Also included is an ER™ training video, which shows how, why and where to use each blood stopping product.
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