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Old 12-18-2016, 12:17 AM
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Got a new trauma kit

Had a friend bid on a new EMS trauma kit at an auction last week.He didn't pay much for it.
He got it and needed a few decals
made so I printed him a few transfers in exchange for the ems bag.
Not a bad deal for a 534 dollar bag.
I keep a fully stocked kit in all my vehicle's you never know when they will be needed. Only had to use them a few times to stabilize a victim till a full squad can arrive.


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Old 12-18-2016, 01:12 AM
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That's pretty comprehensive Randy , a very good purchase. I like to keep a kit in all our vehicles as well but mine are nowhere near as good as that .....
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Old 12-18-2016, 01:35 AM
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I used to be a EMT was studying to take my peramedic test. I left my certs expire after the state required you to pull duty on the squad.i had no problem volunteering my time but when they forced you to have your certs I told them to take a flying leap as many others did.
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Very comprehensive kit. I try to keep kits in all our vehicles(first aid only), but I have a hard time keeping the supplies up to date. I found it is cheaper just to buy a new kit once a year.
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Old 12-18-2016, 03:56 PM
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Restocking these big kits are a wallet killer sometimes I spend over 150 to restock them. This kit I have to throw a bp cuff in and a few odds and ends in.
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Nice kit Randy, and seems like a great trade for you.
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That can be a pricey regular option to have available in your vehicles....while you hope to never have to use them, the ONE time you need it could mean the difference between life and death......I should at least have a first aid kit in my cars.
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Wow, a mini-hospital in one bag. Great purchase, I have only teh basic first aid kit, that's it.
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