Rescue Essentials Introduces New Inexpensive Trauma Kit for Law Enforcement Officers

 

 
 
 

Business Release from Rescue Essentials |
See Rescue Essentials, in Product Connect | Wednesday, February 9, 2011


Rescue Essentials, the online division of Carey & Company Ltd., has introduced their new Patrol Officer’s Pocket Trauma Kit. This kit was developed in response to current fiscal conditions and their effect upon departments, some of whom are struggling with the expense of equipping officers to deal with major trauma including gunshot wound. The POPTK was designed with input from key safety officers from various departments, and the initial response has been outstanding for this product.

The Patrol Officer’s Pocket Trauma Kit is truly pocket sized, but can save lives. It measures only 4” x 4” x 1¾”, yet it can be used to control major bleeding, wound packing, form a pressure dressing or improvise an occlusive dressing (chest seal). It includes a SWAT-T Tourniquet, a Z-Pack Dressing, six feet of Duct Tape and a pair of quality nitrile gloves and retails for under $16, with discounts available for bulk purchases.

About Rescue Essentials:
Rescue Essentials is a manufacturer and distributor of emergency medical products from first aid basics to advanced trauma treatments. Rescue Essentials offers top quality products at extremely affordable prices, delivered in a timely manner with flat rate $4.99 shipping (to USA addresses) regardless of the size of the order. Their unique approach has made Rescue Essentials a favorite of EMS personnel, law enforcement agencies, elite security forces and outdoor adventurers alike.




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