Medic kit

G.I. Medics bag kit contents
Prepper's first responder kit

If you're looking for a medical bag similar to what's issued a G.I.,
then you'll want to get yourself the G.I. Medics bag pictured
immediate left and below. This substantial bag packs the basics
for trauma, wound care, burns, bites and stings and other
medical emergencies, including treatment of serious combat
wounds, and has quality gear, like the stethoscope.

It's a serious emergency response medic bag, and a much
cheaper option than trying to buy individual components yourself.
Even so, you'll likely want to customize it. You will need to make
your own inventory list, as the first models didn't include this.
Know your gear!

As one satisfied purchaser wrote, "Most commercial first aid kits
are a joke and a waste of money. This one is worth every penny!
Throw in some QuickClot, Israeli bandages, an aluminum splint,
some chest seals, and a dental kit and you are ready for almost
anything!" You may as well add the survival medicine handbook
so you'll know what to do.
Antibiotics and other medications
would be an excellent addition as well.




















What does a fully stocked GI medic kit contain?
Want to supersize your first aid kit and get more advanced? The
fully stocked Elite GI Medic kit, pictured immediate above and
left has been assembled for the treatment of serious combat
wounds:

  • Pouch 1 contains:
  • 10 5"x9" ABD Pads;
  • 2 BleedStop Bandages;
  • 1 Multi-Trauma Dressing 12"x30"'
  • 1 Universal Splint 36"

  • Pouch 2 contains:
  • 1 First Aid Quick Guide;
  • 1 Small Flashlight w/Eye Dilation Chart;
  • 2 Surgical Blades;
  • 1 CPR Mask (Single Use);
  • 1 pair of scissors;
  • 2 Surgical Clamps;
  • 1 pair of tweezers;
  • 1 Probe;
  • 1 Blade Handle;
  • 2 Nylon filament sutures;
  • 1.5 metric 30 Benzalkonium Chloride Antiseptic Towelettes;
  • 15 Iodine Prep Pads (medium);
  • 16 Alcohol Prep Pads'
  • 1 BleedStop Bandage;
  • 1 4.8 oz. Lidocaine Hcl Burn Spray;
  • 1 2 oz. Ethyl Alcohol Hand Sanitizer;
  • 1 6 oz. Calamine Lotion;
  • 1 4 oz. Sterile Saline Eye Wash;
  • 5 Rolls Surgical Tape;
  • 2 Tongue Depressors;
  • 1 Latex Tourniquet
  • 9 Butterfly Bandages
  • 10 Pad Band-Aids 1.5"x2 5/8";
  • 5 Small Band-Aids; and
  • 11 Gauze Pads 3"x3".

  • Pouch 3 contains:
  • 5 Dressing Sponges 4"x4";
  • pair surgical Gloves;
  • 2 Non-Sterile Triangular Bandages 40"x40"x56";
  • 1 Elastic Bandage, 6"(Latex Free); 2 Pill Bottles (empty for
    antibiotics);
  • 1 Nurse's Stethoscope, Single Head;
  • 12 Elastic Bandages,
  • Rubber Wrap Threads (2"x 4.5 yards)

  • Pouch 4 contains:
  • 2 Multi-Trauma Dressings 12"x30";
  • 2 BleedStop Bandages;
  • 31 Benzalkonium Choride Towelettes;
  • 6 Sting Relief Alcohol/Lidocaine Swabs;
  • 15 Iodine Prep Pads, Medium;
  • 16 Alcohol Prep Pads 1 6" Elastic Bandages

  • Pouch 5 contains:
  • 100 Cotton Tipped Applicators (Q-Tips);
  • 1 Multi-Trauma Dressing...we could go on, but you may as
    well just click the link below, see the reviews and buy it.











Books to accompany your medic kit

  • Book: "When There Is No Doctor: Preventive and
    Emergency Healthcare in Challenging Times (Process Self-
    reliance Series), pictured right, by Gerard S. Doyle. This book
    is smartly designed and full of medical tips and emergency
    suggestions. For Preppers, it should be no further than an
    arm’s reach away in your household.

  • Book: "The Doom and Bloom Survival Medicine
    Handbook":  Dr. Bones, aka Joseph Alton M.D. and Nurse
    Amy Alton ARNP, bring you this must have handbook for your
    first aid and survival kit. Intended those who want to ensure
    the health of their loved ones in any disaster situation, from
    hurricanes to a complete societal collapse, this handbook
    will be a lifesaver. Integrative medical strategies abound for
    situations in which medical help is NOT on the way. This
    book teaches how to deal with all the likely medical issues
    you will face in a disaster situation, and shows you
    strategies to keep your family healthy even in the worse
    scenarios. You'll learn skills like performing a physical exam,
    transporting the injured patient, and even how to suture a
    wound! Hook up with these fine preppers on Facebook!

The more medical equipment you have, the more prepared you
are with the caveat that you need to know how to use what you
have! Like they say, knowledge weighs nothing! Take a first aid
course, CPR course and get some first responder training. Also,
get to know the friends and neighbors who have medical
knowledge. They may have the skill set and you may have the
tools to help save a life in crisis.

Resources on selecting medical supplies...

  • Check out the Mayo Clinic First Aid Index: The Mayo Clinic
    has an extremely useful First Aid Index to review and print
    for your personal survival manual.

  • Visit The Survival Doctor Web site. Author and survivalist
    James Hubbard, M.D., M.P.H. offers guidelines for life-
    threatening emergencies. Dr. Hubbard provides an array of
    advice on survival medical topics. Discover "What to do
    when help is not on the way." Get his book and visit The
    Survival Doctor Web site now.

  • Follow the Patriot Nurse on YouTube. The Patriot Nurse
    provides practical tips for first aid and medical concerns as
    well as practical prepping advice.































Happy endings...
If you want to jump-start your medical kit, start with this kit if
you can afford it. You'll feel better knowing that you have just
about everything you need as a first responder.

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