Roughly the size of a 4” pressure dressing, the WoundPack provides a selection of components for managing a wide variety of wound types and sizes. Small lacerations, large lacerations/abrasions, deep wounds, soft tissue sprains, the WoundPack provides you the components to manage it. A great addition to smaller first aid kits and IFAKs, the WoundPack can be used for hunting, range, hiking, vehicle first aid kits, boats, field operations, anywhere you need diverse wound management components in a small footprint.
All the components in the WoundPack are individually packaged, so if you don’t use some of them, they’re not wasted. Add them to your first aid supplies for later use.
The WoundPack includes:
4 Gauze Sponge, 4"x4"
1 ABD Pad, 5"x9"
1 Compressed Gauze
1 3” Elastic Bandage
1 Duct Tape, 36”
Dimensions: 3.625" H x 4.125" W x 1.375" D
Weight: 4.1 oz
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Purchased several prior to a 'Stop The Bleed' class, provides an excellent budget friendly option and the Tape works well in conjunction with the packaging for improvised chest seal. combine this with a tourniquet and you have a comprehensive compact package that easily travels. -minus one star for no closure bar 'beret' on the elastic bandage, but the heavy duty cargo tape can be used to offer additional security when combined with the existing 'hook & loop' fastening. Cheap enough to buy in multiples to hand out as needed and to keep stashed in vehicles, backpacks, offices, or school bags. Highly recommended! Some additional thoughts and considerations: Add a casualty card &/or personal medical information along with a hemostatic and pre-lubed nasopharyngeal 'trumpet' if you need it, plenty of extra room in the resealable packaging, maybe even room for a triangular 'cravat' bandage and mylar blanket to round out the kit, a couple extra safety pins would be handy as well along with a mini-sharpie; these extra items may add some bulk, but the individually vacuum sealed components included in this kit help maintain a slim profile. You can easily fit everything in a cargo pocket with plenty room to spare, and still have space for an eye shield. Total cost with everything mentioned would still only be a fraction of the cost of an IFAK and versatile enough to probably handle the majority of issues you might encounter. Again, Highly recommended.
I carry this kit in addition to the Rescue Essentials Patrol Officer Trauma Kit. This kit fits well inside my 5.11 Tactical pants cargo pocket, and fits well inside the cargo pocket of all my tactical pants. It has all the stuff that the POTK does not have, carrying both of them gives me a complete trauma kit in a very small and affordable system. It is great, buy both of them!
Perfect pocket fit inexpensive best I've seen offered by any others. Covers a lot. Thanks
Purchased several of these to add to an RTF bag. Opened one to go over with other RTF members about the contents and thought it would be good to share here. The top and bottom have notched areas to tear at. The top opened easily, which allowed access to everything inside. On top was NAR S rolled gauze, though I am not sure if they all have that or may have substitutions. The listed expiration date is 2030, so these are all pretty fresh made. Under that is the 3" flat fold elastic wrap, I have a couple of these in the "Premium" version and the packaging this one is in is much different and smaller. Next up is the double 4x4 gauze pad packs, folded up pretty tightly. I looked both over but found no breaks or tears in the packaging. The 2"x36" Duct tape strip is sandwiched between the 4x4 packs and 5x9 ABD pad. It was sticking to the ABD pad packaging but came off with a quick pull without damaging the packaging. The 5x9" ABD pad packaging was a little rough, but I did not see any breaks in it. The only item with an expiration date was the gauze, and its nearly 8 years off. These are handy and space saving for a bag that is already pretty packed with gear, and also would be handy as back up or resupply gear for an incident that might run long. All in all I think the kit is very worth it for our use, and would also be handy just added to a back pack, a BDU pocket, or anywhere you don't want to roll a full IFAK or med kit.
This is a great kit for treatment of minor to moderate injuries. All items are top quality