2064-0293

Adventure Medical Trauma Pak Pro w/QuikClot & Swat-T

Adventure Medical Trauma Pak Pro w/QuikClot & Swat-T
List Price
$50.00
Your Price
$49.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Trauma Pak Pro w/QuikClot® & Swat-T™

The Trauma Pak Pro takes bleeding control to a new level with QuikClot and the Swat-T tourniquet.

Kit Details
  • Size: 5.5" x 4" x 1.5"
  • Weight: 8oz
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: 1 - 2 Days


Ideal Uses
  • Alpine / Rock Climbing
  • Expeditions / Adventure Travel


Features & Benefits
  • Stop Bleeding Fast!
    QuikClot® Sport™ Sponge stops bleeding fast
  • Critical First Aid Information
    Instruction sheet with information on managing life-threatening and traumatic injuries
  • Made for Tactical First Response
    Designed for fast deployment in critical situations; fits in BDU pocket
  • Personal Protection
    Nitrile examition gloves plus biohazard disposal bag
  • A Tourniquet Anyone Can Safely Use!
    The Swat-T™ is easy for anyone to use without advanced training. Instructions are printed directly on the Swat-T


Supply List
Bleeding
1 - QuikClot Sport 25g
1 - SWAT-T™ Tourniquet
1 - Gloves, Nitrile (Pair), Hand Wipe & Disposal Bag
1 - Trauma Pad, 5" x 9"
Duct Tape
1 - Duct Tape, 2" x 26"
Medical Instructions
1 - Trauma Response Instructions
We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary
Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.
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