Dixigear O2 Oxygen Backpack Orange fit D size Cylinder First Responder Dixie EMSRegular price $52.46 Save $-52.46
FIRST RESPONDER EMS EMT O2 OXYGEN TRAUMA BACKPACK ORANGE
Dixigear Ultimate Pro O2 Backpack - Orange - fits "D" size Cylinder Designed for long lasting use, this backpack has many pro features. It is constructed of Cordura Nylon and includes clear-view detachable inside pockets, a removable padded O2 cylinder carrier sleeve, double zippered removable separate side pockets, a heavy-duty padded backpack shoulder harness and waist belt assembly that quickly stores away for use as a basic jump bag.
Compact and easy to store.
A great step above a typical first aid kit as it includes true trauma care supplies.
Contains an injury care guide.
Fantastic civilian level trauma kit.
Complete kit that contains everything needed for basic trauma and medical emergencies.
Bag Construction is solid.
SIZE: 13"W x 20"H x 4"D
This bag is also perfect for independent contractors such as movie set medics or any other occupation where the responder has to furnish their own professional level trauma bag.
This bag features durable nylon construction with a reinforced water-resistant bottom. It also has reflective safety strips and an embroidered reflective star of life logo and has a shoulder strap for easy carrying ability.
EMTs need to have some practical supplies in their personal medical bags that they carry in their cars so they can quickly address traumatic injuries and emergency situations. Items, such as sharp medical scissors, a pen light, non-powdered gloves, safety goggles, a ballpoint pen with permanent black ink, plastic bags, activated charcoal, a baby bulb syringe, a rescue blanket and sterile saline, can help prepare an EMT for unexpected injuries, poisonings, toxins and inclement weather, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Medical gloves protect an EMT from unwanted contamination.
Medical equipment can make taking vital signs, establishing an airway or performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation easier. Medical supplies also help EMTs treat wounds, burns, and bone or muscle injuries. Equipment, such as a dual-head stethoscope, blood pressure cuff set, folding aluminum splint, small/medium/large trauma dressings, an adjustable cervical collar, glucose gel, umbilical clamps, roller gauze, waterproof adhesive bandages and tape, triangular bandages, alcohol preparation pads, burn gel dressing, a resuscitation mask with a one-way valve, a nasal cannula, a non-rebreather mask, a manual suction unit and tip, an airway kit, oxygen connective tubing, a bag-valve mask for resuscitation, an oxygen cylinder and an oxygen regulator, can help EMTs keep patients alive until advanced emergency crews arrive, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Opt for a small, portable oxygen "d" cylinder to fit in a medical bag.
There's no way an EMT can carry a wide range of medications in a personal medical bag, but a few practical medications can make all the difference. It's important to include aspirin, an epinephrine auto injector pen and oral glucose in a mobile medical bag, according to the National Wildlife Coordinating Group's medication list supported by the National EMS Scope of Practice Model. Because an EMT doesn't have a sick or injured person's medical history, she can't risk administering medications that could result in an allergic reaction. EMTs aren't allowed to administer prescription medications that must be issued by a medical doctor.Brand: Dixie EMS
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