(E) Student Practice Personal FAK

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  1. Trail Angel

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    Thanks for sharing. I enjoy seeing other setups and I always get new ideas to improve mine.
    I have a similar setup but also have...

    A rolled Splint
    https://www.amazon.com/Dynarex-Univ...&qid=1523722281&sr=8-4&keywords=rolled+splint

    Sterile Disposal Scalpels and surgical sutures
    https://www.amazon.com/Premiere-941...19&sr=8-4&keywords=sterile+scalpel+disposable

    Thanks for the post... Love the compact kit
     
  2. Rjohns10

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    2 Ace bandages
    1 Webroll
    3 rolls of small bandages
    Tube of Triple Antibotic
    1 bottle of tylenol
    1 roll of medical tape
    4 4 x 4 compresses
    2 3x4 compresses
    2 non Adherent pads
    2 packs of steri strips
    8 bandaids
    1 tube of sunblock
    2 suture kits
    2 pair of nitrol gloves
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  3. SpookyPistolero

    SpookyPistolero Slow learner Lifetime Supporter

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    I've had a hard time finding a FAK pouch that agreed with me. The modern molle-style pouches are nicer but way too heavy. This overpriced USGI pouch houses it now.

    Contents:
    [CAT tourniquet contained in HPG Kit bag]
    Muslin bandage
    2 x 4x4 sponges
    Hand sanitizer
    Nitrile gloves
    Israeli bandage
    Roll of gauze

    Ziploc with:
    Neosporin
    Various bandaids
    Spare bic
    Sudafed
    Benadryl
    Loperamide
    Pepto
    Protonix
    Antibacterial wipes
    Tweezers

    I also usually keep a saline flush but I had to use it recently and haven't replaced it.

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  4. Dogboy15

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    This is the first aid kit that goes out with me always. Whether I'm out on a quick day hike or a few days all the way to going on vacation. It's constantly evolving and being changed to suit the trip.
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    It started life as a cheapo trek 3. I like the bag. Size is good for quick trips but big enough for multi day. If I have more than 1 other person though it's a bit small. And would definitely add supplement supplies. Currently it's setup for 1-2 people for day hike or 1 person for up to a couple days.

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    In it I have:
    Nitrile gloves
    Benedyl
    Aleve
    3 caps cayenne (clotting and antiseptic)
    Alcohol, iodine, and antiseptic wipes
    Bandaids various sizes
    Butterfly strips
    IV tape
    Gauze pads
    Combine dressing
    Vet wrap
    Triangle bandage
    Moleskin
    A small pair of scissors (for trimming bandages)

    Not pictured / need to replace:
    Couple yards of duct tape
    Med head tweezers
    Small penlight.

    When I'm going out further in the woods i add a couple large overnight Mach pads, roller bandage, and another roll of vet wrap.
     
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    2C1E28F9-C7AE-4B4D-811B-53A8174C90E4.jpeg AD543796-B98C-4372-BBD0-89E5B96B2CAA.jpeg My EDC truck first aid kit.
    Bleed control and minor first aid.
    4 Bleedstop packets (wound packing granules, like celox)
    1 Israeli bandage
    2 4” gauze rolls
    1 CAT TQ (I carry a RATS on my person)
    1 Sharpie marker
    3 4x4 Gauze pads
    4 pairs of nitrile gloves
    3 Disposable ear loop masks
    1 Emergency trauma dressing
    1 Roll medical tape
    4 packets alocane burn pads
    Ibuprofen
    4 large band-aid adhesive bandages
    12 standard band-aid adhesive bandages
    5 standard water proof adhesive bandages
    4 small waterproof adhesive bandages
    3 wound wipes
    2 bite and sting pads
    1 tube neosporin

    Condor EMT pouch


    Planning on making a FAK for my belt kit. Already have 2 pouches I like for it, but working on contents. Probably less bleeding control components and more break/sprain, minor to major cuts and things like that. Possibly a RATS TQ.
     

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