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Fully Stocked Stomp Medical First Aid Kit Back Pack

Fully Stocked Stomp Medical First Aid Kit Back Pack

Fully Stocked Stomp Medical First Aid Kit Back Pack

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Fully Stocked Stomp Medical First Aid Kit Back Pack. This is the model FA140. (AVAILABLE IN BLACK, RED & TAN, please specify with payment). The Stomp Medical Kit has a variety of contents and is used by professionals including medics and army personnel. The backpack is available in three colors, black, coyote tan, and red. The bag contains many velcro and zippered compartments for easy access to over three hundred items inside.

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Price: $ 374.95

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20 Comments/Reviews

  • Jeffery L. Jenkins says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    stomp II stocked, July 15, 2011
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    I recieved this bag quickly and it was well loaded. there were no e.t. tubes, Bag valve mask, oxygen tubing and the like, but it was loaded with bandages a few suture, instruments and the like. lots of stuff you might not think of like burn sprays and some quick clot. I added E.T. tubes, lots more of my doctor stuff and had a great bag. I would order one again, just realize you will have to add some stuff.

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  • D. Michael Sanford "Book Monger" says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    What A Deal What A Deal, October 29, 2011
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    When I read the description of this pack I wondered what cost so much. After buying some first aid supplies individually I finally figured out that in order to buy a pack with first aid supplies I would be spending thousands of dollars trying to replicate this pack. When I received this pack I was astonished how heavy the shipping box was. I said, ‘man, this thing must be really full.” when I opened it I was taken back by all the different supplies that were in it. A reasonably good blood pressure cuff and stethoscope was included. A good selection of surgical instruments and suture. Two pairs of bandage scissors. It had a plastic mouth to mouth protection bladder. Nitril gloves (not latex). The only thing that I needed to add was some saline for rinsing, a small Ambu bag, some sterilant for the instruments, some CELOX clotting powder and a few Tegederm patches. They all fit in the two empty ripstop cases on the inside. I labeled the individual packs with a marker and inserted some paper and a pen for record keeping. Wala, it was done.

    The pack itself is made out of heavy nylon material that has straps on the outside to hold everything inside. The pack opens like a clamshell that is closed by a large zipper and then secondarily closed by the aforementioned straps. The outside of the pack has intermittently sewn straps to secure quick needed items on the back. The pack has two large shoulder straps and a waist strap to secure it on your torso. It is heavy, I would say about 40 pounds, so a small woman might have problems getting it on her shoulders. The color is red, I would rather see a camo color or light green or grey.

    This is the deal if your really wanting an emergency pack for those occasions you might need an emergency system. The only thing it needs for a truly emergency pack is IV fluids.

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  • Birchbaysmith says:
    2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    STOMP Medic Pack, July 12, 2011
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    The content of this pack is pretty good for the price, the pack itself is decent, a middle of the road type. Over all a good buy for the price of the whole package.
    The pack color I ordered is not what I received, but the vender was very quick to return my email and resolve the issue. Over all I’m very happy with this product.

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  • English Sisters says:

    How does one go about all the legal handling if any?

    Who should I contact regarding this and how would I get these kits to those families in need?

    I am serious about this and I want to start a non profit organization that would help people with a first aid kit.

  • Thais Domett says:

    A recommended first aid kit for a horse includes:
    elastic pressure bandages, cotton padding, gauze pads, a liquid would cleanser, antibiotic ointment, a drawing salve, and scissors.

    Could someone please explain how to use each individual item in this, or if you have a different first aid kit you use, could you tell me what sort of stuff is in your first aid kit, and how you use it?

  • Eusebia Kindred says:

    Heading off soon, need a first aid kit and a small sewing kit, what should absolutely be in them?

  • DanielEscobarGabiria says:

    Just after christmas i will be shopping at horseland (my favourite store in the world!) with my christmas money!
    I really need to stock up on my first aid kit, so what are the essentials in one?
    I want to make a list to take.
    Thanks for any help =)
    aaaaaaaaa i meant my horses first aid kit, i wouldn’t shop at a tack store for my first aid kit, but thanks charlie

  • surisaddai flores says:

    Only adult live here, but we do not have any first aid kit. Well, we have band aid, Biogreeze, Ice pack, Rubbing alcohol Tums, that is about it. Any more suggestion ?

  • Sophie Bonner says:

    What are some items that we should put in our first aid kit to go rock climbing in the winter?
    What are some good items to put in our first aid kits?

    Some of us are diabetic.

    We have
    Gloves to use while we help someone.
    Syringe in cause someone passes out and needs water.
    Ice packs in cause someone has a headache or bangs there knees or head.
    Tylenol in cause someone gets a headache.
    Cough drops in case someone has a sore thought.
    Anything else?

  • gabe says:

    I have only a few bandaids and some antibiotic ointment and I want to create a good emergency first aid kit. There are so many products out there and so many different types of ointments and treatments, which ones are the best for cuts, burns, stings, etc…

    Thank you for taking your time to answer, I know I could look it up on the web, but I wanted ask here first.
    Ok, MeMD, you win! Thank you for taking the time to list these items, I appreciate your caring tone in your answer as well 🙂 You deserve 10 stars!

  • October says:

    I’m going to be heading off to college in the fall and I want to buy a first-aid kit. Where would be the best place to buy one, and what should it have in it? Thanks guys! : )

  • Sara says:

    I need to buy a first aid kit for our offices across Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi. We have a BS7799 inspection and first aid kits for our ERT seems to be important. I am not able to locate anything online in India.

  • PrepareForGlory says:

    Basically it. I just want a first aid kit that contains everything I will need as well as space for extra items that I may need (insect repellent, antihistamine, et cetra) a clip for a belt would be useful. At the minute I am looking at a Gelert ACC227 does anyone know of any better ones? Also not looking to spend to much £20 max.

  • New BluRay Releases says:

    I’m going to be heading off to college in the fall and I want to buy a first-aid kit. Where would be the best place to buy one, and what should it have in it? Thanks guys! : )

  • Joseph Esposito says:

    My dad just bought a boat for fishing. He plans to take it out on the lake soon. I want to give him a kit with first aid items or other misc items he might need. What should I include?

  • Sledz Booth says:

    I’m going to be heading off to college in the fall and I want to buy a first-aid kit. Where would be the best place to buy one, and what should it have in it? Thanks guys! : )

  • sumotim says:

    I’m going to be heading off to college in the fall and I want to buy a first-aid kit. Where would be the best place to buy one, and what should it have in it? Thanks guys! : )

  • ashley hilton says:

    I live in a state where the temperature gets very hot (95, 100+ degrees sometimes), and I maintain a first aid kit in my vehicle. I had an instant cold pack in the kit, and it feels like all the ‘pebbles’ inside the instant cold pack melted. Is there any proper way of storing something like this in such hot temperatures? Is there an alternative to an instant cold pack that is resistant to the heat?

  • La Tabsi says:

    what is a good scientist/doctor that has contributed to the medical world for example was the first to fully Develop a way to safely perform a heart transplant or one that had discovered things on the brain or lungs. Also they have to be one that has a good history like biographies, articles, mentioned in books, or mentioned in the world of medicine.

  • Celeste Johnston says:

    I am looking into getting a nanny goat and would like to have a first aid kit before I get her. What would be a good one, but not too over priced? I would also like some tips on what I could use for kidding, that would also be in the kit. Any tips would be helpful!
    Thanks!

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