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Multi-person Medical Trauma and S.T.A.R.T. Kits


Multi-Person Trauma Kit and Supplies

 
  Physical trauma refers to a physical injury. A body wound or shock produced by sudden physical injury, as from accident, injury, or impact.Physical trauma refers to a physical injury. A body wound or shock produced by sudden physical injury, as from accident, injury, or impact.

   Blunt trauma is the leading cause of traumatic death in the United States, of which most cases of blunt trauma are caused by motor vehicle accidents. 
   While falling accidents, another form of blunt trauma, is the second most common cause of traumatic death.

  In cases of car accidents, or where a patient has had some form of accelerated impact, the likelihood is that there will be progressive damage to internal organs, as well as the fracturing of bones, both of which are dealt with by splinting fractures and controlling external bleeding.



   A trauma patient is someone who has suffered serious and life-threatening physical injury potentially resulting in secondary complications such as shock, respiratory failure and death.The availability of trauma supplies can be critical in an emergency situation.

  In a pre-hospitalization setting, also called the "field", emergency medical technicians, paramedics, specialized nurses, and less trained providers known as first responders use trauma supplies, S.T.A.R.T techniques and stabilization techniques to improve the chances of an accident patient surviving the ambulance trip to the hospital.

  START is an acronym for Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment, and is defined as being a method that first responders use to effectively and efficiently evaluate all of the victims during a mass casualty incident.

  The first-arriving medical personnel or First Responders will categorize the victims by the severity of their injury and provide initial first aid treatment. The availability of a medical trauma kit is critical. Shock and bleeding must be addressed immediately.

This trauma emergency casualty is receiving care
   Having the proper equipment kit on hand is vital. Research has shown that deaths from physical traumas decline where there are organized trauma systems and a trauma kit in place.

   Manufacturing facilities, office buildings, sports complexes and industrial contractors should have a fully equipped kit to treat accident victims as soon as possible.

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"First Responder" First Aid Trauma Kit"First Responder" First Aid Trauma Kit"The Responder" is one of our most popular first aid trauma kits.
It is a high quality first aid kit packed with the first aid gear you'll need, and it all comes in a tough case that also has extra room for more gear.

This First Aid Trauma "Responder" Kit is designed for home, office, school or small commercial business of up to 25 Persons.
It contains sufficient medical supplies to allow the "First Responder" to cope with the emergency at hand.

Easy Evac Emergency StretcherEasy Evac Emergency StretcherThis light, versatile, easy to store and economical stretcher can be stored anywhere.

This portable non-rigid stretcher is flexible and durable. It can be rolled into a compact size and is easy to carry and maneuver.

Multiperson Trauma Medical BagsMultiperson Trauma Medical BagsHaving the proper equipment on hand is vital.
Research has shown that deaths from physical trauma decline where there are organized trauma systems in place.

We can supply a large variety of Trauma kits, please E-mail us with your needs. We stock Multi-person Trauma Medical Units for; Fifty (50), One Hundred (100), Five Hundred (500) or One Thousand (1000) people.

These trauma bags are designed to give mass trauma victims immediate First Aid. They are filled with the same Emergency Medical supplies and products that are used by Professionals worldwide.

Rescue One First-Aid / TraumaRescue One First-Aid / TraumaIn most disaster situations it can take quite some time before help arrives. When lives are at stake, it's up to you to be in control and take action.
This kit was designed to be used by rescue professionals and First Responders alike.
All of our trauma products have been developed by emergency medical responders and tested by national laboratories and both in hands-on emergency conditions and have received high marks from users.
S.T.A.R.T.  I  -  First Aid for BurnsS.T.A.R.T. I - First Aid for BurnsS.T.A.R.T. is an acronym for Simple Triage And Rapid Treatment, and is defined as being a method that first responders use to effectively and efficiently evaluate all of the victims during a mass casualty incident (MCI).

This kit is designed to enable a first responder to treat a burn patient.
S.T.A.R.T.  I  -  Medical UnitS.T.A.R.T. I - Medical UnitIn most disaster situations it can take quite some time before help arrives. When lives are at stake, it's up to you to be in control and take action.
This kit contains the medical supplies required to treat those injured at an accident scene and was designed to be used by rescue professionals and First Responders alike.
S.T.A.R.T.  II  -  Medical UnitS.T.A.R.T. II - Medical UnitSTART is an acronym for Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment, and is defined as being a method that first responders use to effectively and efficiently evaluate all of the victims during a mass casualty incident.
The first-arriving medical personnel or First Responders will categorize the victims by the severity of their injury and provide initial first aid treatment.
S.T.A.R.T. Medical UnitS.T.A.R.T. Medical UnitSTART is an acronym for Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment, and is defined as being a method that first responders use to effectively and efficiently evaluate all of the victims during a mass casualty incident.
This Trauma kit contains sufficient supplies for the "First Responder" to administer the first critical treatment to the injured.

     
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