Survival First Aid – Voodoo Tactical Medic Bag / Major Trauma

The new medical kit provides a solid foundation of equipment for treating minor and major medical issues. Equipment includes wound management, IV kit, OTC medications, suture kit and a variety of local anesthesia options for dentistry work or for numbing a specific part of the body.

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Saturn Inc says:

nice kit, good set up, and good to have suturekit. What |I missed was everyhing related to breathcontrole, to clear the airway, , a kiss-of-life-mask, laryngoscope etc. Also some splints I find very helpfull in my medical kit. And although your second part is well set up, you have to realize that that entrire amount of objects will last you – at best – for only one wound!!! You need muvch much much much more gauze, bandages, and all of that to really be able to do first aid even on one person. Unfortunately when someone is wounded it simply is not just one clean tight wound but usually there is muvch more oing on. So altrhough the kit is well set up, you need much much much more of everything basically. Add clove oil for toothproblems, tourniquette(as you said yourself), alcohol, and I also added packs of sanitary (female) bandages – as thick a spossible – to really help with large bleedings to clean the wound and help give pressure to stop bleedings. Is just my experience – no offense meant. Welld one bro! Oh and PS – I love the bag itself!!

Deep Survival says:

20% total order. Use code ” Outpost ” Offer ends 7/19/2016

kyle_429 says:

7:45 Good on you for adding the Quick Clot combat gauze. I would use that or the Quick Clot sponges in place of that “hemostat powder” at 7:05.

If that’s the same thing as Celox powder, I’ve seen/read horror stories of what that stuff does after it stays in the wound for a little while. Sure, it stops the bleeding effectively, but I’ve heard that it also burns like a mofo and is difficult to clean out of the wound once it starts to heal. The Quick Clot, on the other hand, is just gauze or a sponge, so you can take it out as one unit and it’s not attached to the tissue.

Just my 2 cents. Great video, and I want that kit lol.

Brian Lucas says:

Just so you know you can get arrested for possession of a controlled substance and get sued if you use the meds and iv kit

Carlos Huerta says:

we’re did you get the lidocaine I’m a paramedic I can’t even get that

AJ Usog says:

+The Survival Outpost WARNING – IT WIL BE DIFFICULT IF NOT IMPOSSIBLE TO DRAW UP YOUR LIDOCAINE WITH A 27G NEEDLE – Get a few 18G needles without the syringe, unscrew the 27G needle, screw on the 18G needle, draw up your lidocaine, unscrew the 18G needle, screw the 27G back on the syringe…. BOOM, ready for stitching.

Gator Delray Survival says:

I have the same bag, only thing I don’t have is the IV start kit where did you get yours

The Art of Prepping says:

Great gear and review. My friend, we need more videos, we’re starving out here!

Deep Survival says:

Please keep In Mind this is a $160 with free shipping . I focus on the hard to get part of the kit .Most everyone buying a kit like this already has the basics like chest seals and tourniquets If not we do have them. I also have over 20 kits ranging from a simple IFAK that fits in your cargo pants to a squad size full mobile pack .Most all kits will also now include adrenaline and intravenous antibiotics .

Sonny Phillips says:

Toss in a splint.
The SAM® Splint is the gold standard in splints.
Acclaimed by emergency care providers and outdoor enthusiasts worldwide (and even beyond the Earth, on NASA space shuttles). Built from a thin core of aluminum alloy and sandwiched between two layers of closed-cell foam, the SAM Splint can be bent into any of three simple curves, becoming extremely strong and supportive for any fractured or injured limb. The SAM Splint is incredibly lightweight (only 4.0 oz.), and no other device offers so many variations for the treatment of orthopedic emergencies. The SAM Splint has been the standard for 25 years!

White Master Mariner says:

Guess things like expiry dates of drugs, drugs that need to be kept refrigerated all these details are not important. Sorry I have to thumbs down this video for those reasons.
A good book for medical care: Ship Captains Medical Guide. We who work at sea have no access to doctors nor drugs for up to 2 weeks at a time, the book is designed to help captains with little medical training to keep people alive long enough to get help. It also includes a list of drugs and equipment suggested for crews of 6 or 12 or 24 people.
It is free to download direct from the UK government.

3174 jordan says:

great first aid bag may save a life could be me or you hope u never need it im going to be adding some stuff

Opal Preston Shirley says:

A comprehensive kit. Does the kit include non-laytex gloves? You might think about a couple of chest seals Halo makes packs with two seals in case you have a through and through chest wound. atb Opal

Michael Bright, says:

how were you able to get lidocaine and all those other injectable medications @The Survival Outpost

David whittington says:

Firstly, good video. Regarding knowledge, I was a military and civilian medic for many years. I would suggest downloading PDF files and minimizing the information with help from your medically trained family, into a ‘got to’ transportable library. Yes you can buy books, but I have found many books have items that are not needed or use over sized pictures or text to increase the pages of the book. By collecting information and editing it to your needs, you can create a concise book or library of information that can be carried anywhere… I hope this is useful….

Deep Survival says:

This medical kit is actually part of a flash sale we have going rite now for one more day. Sale ends 7/3/2016 -Org $160 Sale $130

Unit-13 FREMSLT says:

Wow, my head is spinning from the first 3 seconds. Stopped the video and knew exactly where the intro was shot. Get over to Demonbreun St. much? Broadway? What a surprise. Cool. It’s been so long since I’ve been there I can’t believe I recognized it so quickly. Great video. I don’t know how you’re doing it but I’m glad you are, fantastic selection you have at the store. Thanks for sharing your kit.

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