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  • My New Medical Bag

    Here's the BLS bag I put together. Its basicly the Gall's Dyna Med® BLS XTRA Kit with the Dyna Med Maxi-Medic Bag plus some extra stuff I bought.



    Dyna Med® BLS XTRA Kit:
    1 Dyna Med CPR Mask
    1 Disposable Airway Kit
    1 Bag Valve Mask
    1 Nasal Airway Kit
    1 Burn Sheet
    1 Burn Pad (4" x 4")
    16 Adhesive bandages (1" x 3")
    2 Abdominal Pads (5" x 9")
    1 Trauma Dressing (12" x 30")
    20 Sterile Dressings (4" x 4")
    10 Sterile Dressings (3" x 3")
    2 Blood Stoppers
    2 Gauze Rolls (3" NS)
    2 Gauze Rolls (4" NS)
    1 Waterproof Tape (1/2")
    1 Waterproof Tape (1")
    1 Elastic Bandage (3")
    1 Elastic Bandage (4")
    2 Triangular Bandages
    4 Eye Pads
    1 Petroleum Gauze (3" x 9")
    2 Kerlix (4-1/2")
    1 Mega-Medic Bag
    1 Instrument Pack
    (shears, Kelly forceps, bandage scissors, splinter forceps)
    1 BP/Stethoscope Kit (MY OWN)
    1 SAM Splint
    1 Ace Collar
    1 Obstetrical Kit
    1 Personal Protection Kit
    1 Ipecac Syrup
    1 Charcoal
    1 Ammonia Inhalant
    1 Insta-Glucose
    10 Alcohol Prep Pads
    1 Antibiotic Ointment
    1 Bee Sting Kit
    2 Cold Packs (5" x 9")
    1 Eye Wash
    10 PVP Iodine
    1 Space Blanket
    1 No Rinse Gel (4 oz)
    5 Pair Nitrile Gloves

    Extras:
    1 LED PEN LIGHT
    1 ASHERMAN CHEST SEAL DRESSING
    1 SNAKE BITE KIT
    1 SMALL EMERGENCY BURN KIT (WATER JEL)
    1 FINGER RING CUTTER
    1 DISPOSABLE EMERGENCY BLANKET
    Police Officer

    Experience: Bouncer, EMT, Theme Park Security, Money Transport, Armed Guard

  • #2
    i bet the OBT kit comes in handy.
    Washington DC

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    • #3
      The ACS reminds me... How many of you are carrying Israeli Bandages and QuickClot packs on your person, still?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by N. A. Corbier View Post
        The ACS reminds me... How many of you are carrying Israeli Bandages and QuickClot packs on your person, still?
        yeah i have ACS, Isreali Bandages, QuickClot and a couple of other things in my tactical thigh pack. i dont wear it on regular duty assignment though.
        Washington DC

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mjw064 View Post
          i bet the OBT kit comes in handy.
          Yea right. it was much bigger that i thought it would be. I gotta be ready though, if a little baby pops out and I don't have it...
          Police Officer

          Experience: Bouncer, EMT, Theme Park Security, Money Transport, Armed Guard

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          • #6
            [QUOTE=dannyr619;54948]Here's the BLS bag I put together. Its basicly the Gall's Dyna Med® BLS XTRA Kit with the Dyna Med Maxi-Medic Bag plus some extra stuff I bought.



            Nice set up! One question, where do you carry the oxygen

            Not like the ones we carry (as if every injury is a Mas-Cas incident),

            Trauma bag; with all sizes of gauze dressing about 50 of each in zip-lock bags, steril water, 4 cold packs. 20some roller gauze. and all kinds of other stuff.

            Water-jel; in a seperate bag with nearly every size they make, we have a high potential for serious burns in my plant.

            In our O2 / Symptom relief bag; we have our cylinder, BVM, manual suction, OPA's, NRB masks, 2 tubes Glucose gel, 2 Epi pens, 1 Bottle of 80mg (baby) asprin. BP cuff and stethescope. Fortunately this bag can be worn like a back pack...

            Our AED we carry seperately as well as our splint kit, which also has our collars hedbeds and spider straps.

            Ya a real pain to carry all that gear....
            I'm the guy you don't want to be around when your doing something wrong, but you can't wait for me to get there when your down, to fix you up...

            If you don't stand behind our troops, feel free to stand in front of them.

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            • #7
              Ipecac Syrup

              The use of this as an emetic is controversal. See poison.org.
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