Rescue Essentials Ankle Trauma Kit

Rescue Essentials®

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This kit allows you to be prepared everyday without the weight, bulk, or hassle of carrying a full trauma kit. The ankle holster provides you with space to carry the essentials needed to respond quickly to a trauma when and where it happens.

1   SWAT-T Tourniquet
1   Emergency Trauma Dressing, 4"
1   QuikClot EMS Rolled Gauze, 3" x 48"
1   Hyfin Vent COMPACT Chest Seal Twin Pack

Dimensions: 6" H x 7" W x 2" D (packaged)
Dimensions: 6" H x 18" L (flat)
Weight: 12 oz


To ensure best quality and timely delivery, we may substitute items in our kits and modules with products of equal or better quality.



Dimensions: 6" H x 7" W x 2" D
Weight: 12 oz

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  • 4
    Ankle kit

    Posted by Alan Rose on 05 19 2023

    Yesterday I discovered that the hemostatic gauze had fallen out of my kit. I guess it should have had a velcro cover like the chest sealed have.

  • 5
    Ankle trauma kit

    Posted by Unknown on 07 21 2020

    Comfortable during shift, I actually forget it's there. Has the essentials I need for an emergency situation and easy access. Pockets can be used for whatever you'd like to carry

  • 5
    Ankle bleed kit

    Posted by Roger P.Hil,RN on 03 23 2020

    The best concealed product for any emergencies.

  • 4

    Posted by matt on 06 13 2019

    More comfortable than the last ankle kit I had. Item fit neatly in pockets. Though some items have a tendency to want to push up out of the pockets. Overall, still a great buy.

  • 5
    ankle trauma. kit

    Posted by Tommy on 05 03 2019

    Well made holds thight all day dont even kbow im wearing it.

  • 5
    Excellent Small Kit

    Posted by Mike on 09 20 2018

    This is a pretty complete small trauma kit. Obviously, you should not expect to treat more than one person, but for any kind of penetrating trauma, this will handle it until EMS gets there. I'd like to see many people carrying these kits.