A compact and affordable approach to bleeding control, the Individual Response Kit (IRK) was developed in cooperation with the Central Georgia’s Region F Healthcare Preparedness Coalition and the Region 5 Regional Trauma Advisory Council for a school preparedness initiative. A compact and affordable approach to bleeding control, the IRK II is intended to provide "non-traditional" lay responders (i.e. teachers and other individuals without extensive medical training) a compact kit with the means and ability to stop life-threatening bleeding and provide basic, potentially life-saving care prior to the arrival of professional rescuers.
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Also available in the comprehensive School Response Bag (SRB).
- 1 SWAT-T Tourniquet
- 1 Pair Nitrile Gloves
- 1 Laerdal CPR Face Shield
- 2 5" x 9" ABD Pads
- 2 3" x 5yds Roller Gauze
- 1 Triangular Bandage
- 1 Mini-Sharpie
- 1 Casualty Card
- 2 Ziplock Bags
- 1 Rescue Blanket
- 1 Pair Trauma Shears
- 1 Combat Medic Reinforcement Tape
Dimensions: 8" W x 5" H x 1.75" D
Weight: 10 oz
To ensure best quality and timely delivery, we may substitute items in our kits and modules with products of equal or better quality.
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Good kit, addressing shock, CPR and bleeding. Would much rather have a vent seal than a triangular bandage
This kit is intended for use by laypersons - primarily school teachers - rather than trained EMS personnel. Few such people are trained in the use of chest seals, and those who are can improvise a chest seal from the occlusive bag and the combat medic tape. Including a purpose-built vented chest seal would raise the cost by at least 30%, making it unaffordable to entities wishing to place large numbers of kits in classrooms.
No antiseptic towelettes,iodine prep pads, petrolatum as these items in my opinion are important in a emergency.it would be nice to have already .This kit is cool but NEEDS ADJUSTMENTS.
Note from RE:
This kit is not intended to treat "boo-boos" at all, but rather ONLY life-threatening bleeds or airway issues.