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TacMed Immediate Trauma Kits

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TacMed Immediate Trauma Kit

The TacMed Immediate Trauma Kit is designed for when major trauma happens. On the range, in the bush or on the streets - the Immediate Trauma Kit is a compact kit that can be thrown in a glove box, a pouch, on your vest or duty bag. Vacuum sealed to keep contents together when you require them the most. The Immediate Trauma Kit contains the minimum life-saving products to treat injuries such as:

  • Gunshot Wounds
  • Stab Wounds
  • Major Lacerations (Knife, Chainsaw ect)
  • Penetrating Chest Injuries

The Immediate Trauma Kit was designed by ex-Special Operations Medics with operational experience and is assembled on the mid-north coast of NSW. The Immediate Trauma Kit contains:

  1. OLAES Modular Trauma Dressing
  2. HyFin Vent Compact Chest Seal - Twin Pack
  3. SOFTT-W Tournquet
  4. 2 Pairs of Black Talon Nitrile Gloves
  5. Casualty Card

If you carry a firearm or work in a hostile environment you need our Immediate Trauma Kit!

Attention ! NSW Police - Please contact TacMed to order the official NSW Police trauma kits (code: APICK) - contents slightly differ.

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    DR
    07/31/2018
    Don R.
    Australia

    Everyone needs at least one Immediate Trauma Kit!

    Really happy to finally get my hands on the TacMed ITK’s. Everything you need & nothing you don’t when the @#$% hits the fan. I bought one for my car and one for my EDC. Every responsible citizen should have access to gear like this…. you never know when it might save a life.

    MB
    02/12/2018
    Matthew Brice
    Australia

    Immediate Trauma Kit

    I travel frequently by road and air and usually carry a medium ‘messenger' style bag, the Tacmed immediate trauma kit, being vacuum sealed, sits nicely in the bottom of my bag with my packable jacket and admin pouch. Almost everywhere I go I can access a basic first aid kit but it’s nice to know that I have on me the things I’d want for first line management of massive haemorrhage or an open chest wound. P.S. NPA is stashed in the admin pouch...

    GL
    02/09/2018
    Gavin L.
    Australia

    Trauma kit

    Great little kit i am using for shooting competitions on my battle belt.