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Public Access Kit

$ 75.00 USD
$ 50.00 USD


Individual Public Access Bleeding Control Kit with SWAT-T Tourniquet

Designed for rapid response in emergency situations, the Individual Public Access Bleeding Control Kit is an essential tool for initial responders facing many forms of trauma, from gunshot wounds to blast injuries. This this kit utilizes MARCH™ medical gear for straightforward, stress-free application, complemented by color-coded packaging and a concise MARCH Quick Reference Guide. Its user-friendly approach simplifies the critical first steps in trauma care, making it an invaluable resource for anyone ready to provide immediate assistance.

This kit is particularly suited for environments where safety is paramount, such as classrooms and businesses. Its compact, lightweight design ensures it can be conveniently stored in easily accessible areas like teacher's desks, office drawers, or communal areas without taking up significant space. Equipping these spaces with the Individual Public Access Bleeding Control Kit enhances preparedness for bleeding emergencies, fostering a safer environment for students, employees, and visitors alike.

Kit Contents:

  • SWAT-T Tourniquet: A crucial simple to use tourniquet for stopping severe bleeding quickly.
  • Sterile Abdominal Pad (8" x 10"): Provides absorbent, sterile coverage for larger wounds.
  • Compressed Rolled Gauze: Ideal for wound packing and supporting bleeding control.
  • Emergency Blanket: Helps maintain body temperature in cases of shock.
  • Latex-Free Gloves: For a safe, hygienic response.
  • Positional Airway Instruction Card: Guides the maintenance of an open airway.
  • MARCH Quick Reference Guide: Offers visual cues and step-by-step instructions for an expedited response.

The Individual Public Access Bleeding Control Kit is indispensable for classrooms, businesses, and any location committed to maintaining a high standard of safety. By enabling both educators and professionals to respond effectively to emergencies, this kit bridges the crucial gap until professional medical help arrives, potentially saving lives.