War is an environment that breeds violence, and death. The main objective is to kill the enemy to gain ground, or key objectives. In a situation where society breaks down, as a a result of a natural disaster, civil war, economic collapse, power grid failure, there may be no immediate access to a hospital or emergency room. In a situation like this, we go back to the main objectives in battle, to kill the enemy to gain ground or key objectives. Key objectives could be your home, or bug out location. Your preps, your water, your shelter or bunker. This environment will result in injuries or wounds that may require immediate first aid, or emergency surgery to close wounds, stop bleeding, or to repair. This is where our Emergency War Surgery manual comes in. This is a very good manual, especially if used to educate yourself in conjunction with our other manuals. To download or to read online, please click the link below.
Having the knowledge to provide first aid is one thing, but having to tools available is another. Regardless of how well your first aid kit is stocked, some uncommon items you should consider adding are: Tampons – used to control bleeding and packing gunshot wounds. Maxi Pads – same concept as the tampons, however can be used to cover, a larger wound and help stop the bleeding. Disposable Diapers – Same concept as the maxi pads, however larger to cover more area. Panty hose – can be used to hold dressings in place or as a tourniquet.
SURGICAL KITS and SUTURE KITS are available as well.
Imagine being in a position where you are having dental issues, and you need to survive. Imagine having dental issues, and not being able to get right into the Dentist. Dental pain can be severe, debilitating, and can prohibit good decision-making. This is a kit we recommend for your bag, and first aid kit. This is not to take the place of your dentist. Most people focus on stocking food, water, and gear they think they will need in certain situations, however they neglect hygiene products. Stock the emergency kits, but take care of yourself to prevent them.
When a dental emergency occurs, but there isn’t a dentist available, you’ll want to have this temporary repair kit to hold you over until you can see a dentist. Contents: 1 plastic tweezers 4 cotton rolls 4 Orasol gel packets, 1 disposable dental mirror 6 cotton pellets 2 antimicrobial skin wipes 1 dental floss (5 yd.) 2 units temporary cement 4 ibuprofen tablets 2 spatulas 5 temporary fillings 2 dental picks 5 units dental wax 1 instruction sheet 2 mixing bowls 2 sterile gauze pads (2″ x 2″)
- Replace fillings and crowns
- Stop tooth pain
- Take the fear out of toothaches
- Easy to transport
- Made in the USA
- DenTek Lost Filling Repair, Maximum Hold Three times Stronger versus Refilit.
- Ten times Longer Lasting.
- It is Clinically Proven. Instant Pain Relief.
Temparin filling material repairs lost fillings and secures loose crowns. Pain relief formula that is safe to eat on.
- Toothache medication is made from oil of cloves to naturally soothe toothaches
- Temparin temporarily repairs loose caps, crown, inlays, and lost fillings with the same ingredients dentists use
- Tooth saver jar safely holds a lost tooth until you can see the dentist
Large Fully Stocked GI Issue Medic First Aid Kit Bag. This is the model FA110. The Large M17 Medic Bag is a great bag with a very nice set of contents. The G.I. style issue bag itself can be carried by the carrying handle or the back pack straps. The bag folds out three ways for easy access to all the contents. The FA110 measures 16”x10”x13.5” and weights 12.25 lbs. A well-stocked first-aid kit can help you respond effectively to common injuries and emergencies. Keep at least one first-aid kit in your home and one in your car. To view more information, or to purchase this kit, click the link below.
There is a lot of interest in learning about medical care, or first aid for survival purposes. In the pursuit of knowledge in this area, I have a manual called Stitches, Sutures, and Wound Healing and Closure. There are just over 270 pages here, and this book gives good information. To download this manual, or to view online, please click the link below.
I am also including a link to a suture kit if you all are interested in this type of kit for your first aid bag. I found this on Amazon for about $20.00.