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Bleeding Control Kit | Stop Bleeding Kit

Bleeding Control Kit | Stop Bleeding Kit

Bleeding Control Kit | Stop Bleeding Kit

Stop Life-Threatening Bleeding with Bleeding Control Kits

According to HCA Healthcare, "20 percent of people who've died from traumatic injuries could have survived with quick bleeding control." Automobile accidents, natural disasters, self-inflicted injuries, or shootings are everyday emergencies that can arise anytime or anywhere. With only three to five minutes to take bleeding-control actions, it is imperative athletic trainers and medical professionals are armed with an easy-to-use life-saving kit.

Everyday emergencies, such as automobile accidents, natural disasters, self-inflicted injuries, or shootings, can cause life-threatening bleeding. Bleeding Control Kits from North American Rescue® allow first responders, EMT, law enforcement, and the public to immediately take action and contribute to life-saving efforts.

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North American Rescue's Bleeding Control Kit

All NAR life-saving products are Products with a Mission®—meaning they're driven by Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) guidelines, supported by evidence-based medicine, and validated by Laboratory Tested – Combat Proven® history. North American Rescue is a dedicated partner, providing life-saving medical gear and training to help in the efforts to increase survivability by reducing potentially preventable causes of death.

The NAR's Bleeding Control Kit contains the same tourniquet and hemostatic dressing technology endorsed by the U.S. military and the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma to stabilize bleeding. Also included are step-by-step "just in time" pictorial instructions.

Public Access Bleeding Control Kit

Thirty-five percent of pre-hospital deaths are from failed traumatic bleeding control. NAR's Public Access Bleeding Control Kit gives bystanders the key medical equipment to take lifesaving action in the event of an emergency. The adaptive aid components are intended for individuals or largely populated areas to quickly administer bleeding control on a victim's wound. These basic bleeding control procedures and tools can make the difference between life and death before first-responders can arrive.

What is in a Bleeding Control Kit:

  • C-A-T® tourniquet, orange
  • QuikClot® hemostatic bleeding control dressing
  • 4 in. flat responder ETD (emergency trauma dressing)
  • Pair, responder nitrile gloves, large
  • Black permanent marker, small
  • Just-in-time instruction card
Bleeding Control Kits | Stop Bleeding Kits from North American Rescue

Other Featured Bleeding Control Products from NAR

Public Access Bleeding Control Intermediate Kit

Designed to provide bystanders and initial first responders with quick and easy access to essential medical equipment for stopping life-threatening bleeding.

  • Nylon carrying case containing 8 Individual Bleeding Control Kits.
  • Intuitive and easy-to-use tools
  • C-A-T® Tourniquet
  • Includes all equipment found in the Basic Kit plus the HyFin® Vent Compact Chest Seal Twin Pack, for treating penetrating chest wounds (entrance and exit wounds).
Bleeding Control Basics

Public Access Bleeding Control Advanced Kit

  • C-A-T Tourniquet
  • 1 x 6-inch Responder Emergency Trauma Dressing
  • Two NAR Compressed Gauze
  • Two pairs of Bear Claw Gloves (nitrile)
  • NAR Trauma Shears
  • HyFin Chest Seal Compact Vent Twin Pack
  • One QuikClot Bleeding Control Dressing
  • Survival Blanket
  • Permanent marker
Bleeding Control Basics

Shop More Bleeding Control Kits and Products

As a medical professional, you understand the importance of having reliable and effective bleeding control kits on hand. At Henry Schein Medical we offer bleeding control kits from several top-quality brands that are designed to quickly and efficiently stop bleeding in emergency situations. Shop brands such as:

Our team is dedicated to helping you find the best product to meet your specific needs and requirements. Whether you're looking for a compact kit for personal use or a larger kit for a medical facility, our specialists are here to help.

Learn More About Bleeding Control Kits from Henry Schein

5 Methods of Bleeding Control

As a trained medical professional, you know that severe bleeding is a serious medical emergency that requires immediate attention. In the moments following an injury, it is crucial to act quickly to control the bleeding and prevent shock or even death.

Here are some of the most commonly used methods of bleeding control:

  1. Direct pressure: Applying pressure directly to the wound is one of the most effective ways to control bleeding. This can be achieved by using a sterile dressing, clean cloth, or even your hand. The key is to apply firm and continuous pressure until the bleeding stops. Be sure to maintain pressure for at least five minutes, and do not remove the dressing until medical help arrives.
  2. Tourniquet: A tourniquet is a device that is used to apply pressure to a limb to stop bleeding. It works by restricting blood flow to the affected area, thereby preventing further bleeding. Tourniquets are typically used when direct pressure is not effective, or when there is severe bleeding from a limb. When using a tourniquet, it is important to place it high and tight on the affected limb, and to only use it as a last resort.
  3. Hemostatic agents: Hemostatic agents are substances that promote blood clotting and can be used to control bleeding. These agents are often used in conjunction with direct pressure and/or tourniquets. They can be applied directly to the wound or used in a dressing, and can be particularly effective for controlling bleeding from deep wounds or injuries.
  4. Elevation: Elevating the affected limb above the level of the heart can help to reduce bleeding by reducing blood flow to the affected area. This method can be particularly effective for injuries to the hands or feet.
  5. Pressure points: Pressure points are areas on the body where a pulse can be felt. By applying pressure to these points, bleeding can be controlled. This method can be effective for controlling bleeding from injuries to the arms or legs, but it is important to be familiar with the location of pressure points and to apply pressure correctly.

Trauma related death statistics U.S. - Henry Schein Medical