JIM-GEM - Forestry Suppliers

205 West Rankin Street | P.O. Box 8397 | Jackson, Mississippi 39284-8397 | (601) 354-3565, FAX (601) 292-0185

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Forestry Suppliers

158-Piece Trauma Kit

Item #: 25048
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Forestry Suppliers 158-Piece Trauma Kit

This comprehensive first aid kit contains essential supplies for providing treatment in a variety of emergency situations. Kit contents are housed in a 100 denier Cordura® semi-rigid bag with handle, shoulder strap, side pockets, main compartment with removable divider and pocket, lid with zippered pouch, buckle closure, and business card holder. Bag measures 16” x 8.75” x 7.5”.

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Brand Forestry Suppliers
MPN 25048
UPC 0758182229978
UNSPSC 42172000
Made In United States
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Contents include: 50 1” x 3” Woven Adhesive Strips, 1 Aluminized Thermal Blanket, 1 Cold Pack (4” x 5”), 2 Large Cold Packs (6” x 9”), 1 pair EMS Shears, 2 rolls 4” Gauze Bandage, 1 roll 6” Gauze Bandage, 2 3” Elastic Bandages, 6 3” Gauze Pads, 20 4” Gauze Pads, 3 5” x 9” Large Wound Pads, 2 8” x 10” Large Wound Pads, 2 Hemi-Seal Trauma Dressings with Gloves, 1 4 oz. Burn Jel Squeeze Bottle, 1 10” x 30” Multi-Trauma Dressing, 1 roll 2” Tri-Cut Adhesive Tape, 24 Alcohol Wipes, 12 PVP Iodine Wipes, 1 4 oz. Eye Flush, 1 16 oz. Eye & Skin Flush, 4 Eye Pads with Strips, 1 Biohazard Bag, 4 Triangular Bandages, 1 First Aid Booklet (ANSI 2009 version), 4 pairs Latex Gloves, 2 CPR Masks (with One Way Valves), 1 4-1/2” Steel Forceps.

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Anonymous

I received the 158 part trama kit after a fairly long time of being on back order, and once the kit arrived, I removed everything from the bag (after setting aside the environmentally friendly packaging materials for reuse) so I could check off each item from my inventory list. Everything that should be in the kit was in the kit. On top of the materials I added sutures, needles, pain relievers, a number of other hard compress wraps, and basically filled it out with materials suitable for chainsaw damage, sunburn, snake bite, bear mauling, tree limb puncture, pretty much adding specific items to tailor the basic trama kit for my needs. The American Red Cross has better First Aid books, one of which I added to the kit which specifically deals with delayed medical response and wilderness First Aid. In all, it was a good purchase. The inventory goes in to the empty zippered pocket on the front along with pens to write down what's been used so that the inventory of medical supplies can be maintained. It makes everything self contained and portable.