Best Survival First Aid Kit. Period! MedCallAssist

This is a review of the ultimate Prepper’s First Aid Kit! A product like no other on the market today. You will be surprised at the extensive list of PRESCRIPTION strength medications that comes standard in each kit.


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Jaybird196 says:

I’m not sure I understand how the prescription service end of this kit works. Does a search team give you the prescription when they get to you, or is your prescription get sent to the hospital where you’ll arriving post-emergency?

Doni Britts says:

Onslaught of Obamacare?? Hahahaha…Jesus Christ.

tortureddrummer says:

So what happens when you’re out in the woods and have no phone access? Or if shit really hits the fan, will they be there on the other end of the line for you? 

I’d suggest buying cheap books and can help you along the way, and also I found that the Patriot Nurse had some really good med kits she was able to put together. 
This kit is OK, but I just think for $40 per month, you need to be in a position where blowing $40 a month on this is nothing for you. 
It has it’s ups and downs it looks like. 

I will also point out that hospitals throw away so much stuff each year when the things they use reach their expiration date. My mom who’s worked in an emergency room her whole like has a nice stash of equipment at home right from the hospital. Every time they throw something out, she tries to grab it. There’s just nothing wrong with it. 
Maybe someone can someday set up a program to sell this stuff for pennies to people who want to be prepared.

kml sikhi says:

Hi JJ thought your followers might enjoy seeing the pdf downloadable “Tactical Medic Handbook” published by CNTOMS (Counter Narcotics & Terrorism Operational Medic Support) which you likely have already probably seen and some good medic pubs that folksy find helpful. After all, street medics do not discriminate … triage is for every responsible American … From your street medic get prepped fan on the left

visamedic says:

I’m a medic and have access to a lot of these supplies, not to mention a prepper as well. Ebay is a good resource. Even WalMart, and dollar stores. I’m also an avid outdoorsman. I have basically built a kit like that including the antibiotics, – the narcs that stays in a separate kit than my basic first aid kit. My basic kit has all the dressings, boo-boo as well as ”oh shit!” fixers, immediate trauma related stuff you’d need immediately. The ”built” kit has meds, airways + compact BVM, decompression kits. IV supplies with NS, ALS wound closers (staplers, sutures etc.), with everything organized in a way to keep your ABC’s working. Its more of a ”stand alone” ALS kit, ”portable ER”. The advanced kit stays in the truck, or if an extended trip, attached to the top of my pack, with quick access to my basic kit. all that being said, this kit is a great tool, but we were always taught that BLS saves over ALS. This especially holds true if you have immediate access to a good basic kit and possible extraction with in an hour of major injury. You should also keep up on you basic skills, first aid, cpr, aed. Don’t wait till you need to know it to learn it, its usually too late then. Play with different materials, learn how to duel purpose things, improvise splints. Just my 2 cents. And if you’re in our trade, get to know your ER docs, and ask questions. A lot of them like to teach, and will even teach you how to suture among other things.

Willem Oldewage says:

video starts at 5:40   and ends at 17:20

Austen Tanner says:

I don’t mean to hurt anyone’s feelings but I got restless and couldn’t get through the video. I’m sure that the same amount of info could have been covered efficiently in half the time. There is no need to go though everything one by one…. take everything out, do a quick run though of the basics, then go into detail about the more technical stuff. I’m sure I am missing out on some useful info here but I’m gonna have to find it somewhere else. Oh and right at the beginning  …well actually like 4 minutes in…. after you talk about the zippers and mention there are three separate compartments… you note that there is another pouch like/open area (you shove your hand though it) and mention its so you can hold more stuff….I think (and I may be wrong) It actually might be used for attaching onto a suitcase… (like the bar handle that comes up to hold on to for wheeling it around). Similar to what you find on the back of the nice new laptop briefcases/messenger bags in order to help you carry everything all together. Anyway once again I am only trying to help, I hope you don’t take this as me being a jerk. I just notice that a lot of preppers take forever when it comes to getting to the point. Just something to keep in mind for your next one. Thanks and good luck!!!

TheMisterMonkeyman says:

The ability to contact a physician to get help with triage, or how to handle a situation, or just get advice is a great idea. And the price for that service seems reasonable to me. However this kit is woefully under-stocked on a lot of basic items. This was touched on in the video, but so many items are missing that the price is just too high in my opinion. Just getting the kit to a generally basic level would be pretty pricey, and most of the available add-ons mentioned seem to be on the expensive side also. The meds included are all available over-the-counter except the Epi, the antibiotics, and the strengths of the Acetiminophen and Ibuprofen. As I said, the service is a great idea, but the kit really needs some work on the price and the items included. I’m not trying to disparage the product, but I felt compelled to mention what I see as short-comings for those that might not know about such things. I do think the review was well done and very thorough. Peace.

kml sikhi says:

Errata: most commonly called CONTOMS not CNTOMS

Jaybird196 says:

All right. Thanks.

Andrew Wolfe says:

As a nurse, I see some shortcomings. Wish I had enough room to put in my opinions. Great idea. I won’t disparage it. My self built kit has most of it sans the antibiotics. With a little research a person can build this kit, and know how to use it. If you go abroad you can get the same antibiotics without a prescription (I DO NOT ENDORSE THIS). As an off the shelf solution it looks great. As a prepper, you can do it more economically. As for telemedicine, you can’t really rely on that

BestAndroidGame says:

Survival nice kid.

Larsar Recticuli says:

Ibuprofen is a blood thinner and can cause major bleeding problems. More later

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