People have asked us for years for a single emergency pack with room for trauma supplies, O2 and even enough space for a defibrillator. These folks are responding remotely from personal vehicles, corporate safety teams, outdoor event companies, Transplant teams and long distance medial transport. but wanted a one-bag solution.
That answer is here in the The Rescue Responder Trauma First Aid Backpack.
The Rescue Responder Empty Bag integrates the space usage of our Urban Rescue EMS Backpack which has worked great for company safety, personnel working at remote locations, company first aid departments and Emergency Response Teams that would need to go to the injured person and provide first aid or medical care on the scene.
Open it up like a book to quickly access your supplies.
This larger medical pack includes room for a "D size" cylinder oxygen administration and supplies for airway management. In the main compartment, 4 color-coded sub-packs are organized with detachable Velcro. The opposite side of the main compartment, features a custom padded O2 area with additional pockets and loop system. Together the main area helps you too customize your organization to meet your skill level and needs. In addition to the main compartment, there is a large flat zippered pocket area that is perfect for
splints, clipboards, or situation board - you decide.
The redesigned outer compartments are large enough for an AED (see lower pocket) and additional gear. Easy to carry with the handles or use the backpack strap system. Its' shape makes it
easy to store or travel.
Ask us about having
your name or group embroidered onto the outside pocket added by our in-house team for that
24" tall by 16" wide by up to 12" at the base. Features 2 external pockets that expand.
- Flat pocket 24" by 15" (great for splints, neck collar, clipboards etc.)
- Upper pocket 10" by 13" by 2" (instruments, gloves, masks)
- Lower pocket 13" by 11 High by 6 deep" (B/P, drugs, or most AED)
Shipping Weight: 5.65 pounds
Weight: Approximately 5 lbs. (Empty)
"first aid trauma kit"