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Render Aid with Updated ITS Trauma Kits

By The ITS Crew

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Today, we’re excited to introduce some changes today to our Medical lineup. First off, we’ve updated our EDC Kit to now include a full-sized SOFTT-W Tourniquet while still retaining the small form factor perfect for your back pocket.

Additionally, we’ve updated our ETA Trauma Kits to bring them up to speed with current CoTCCC Guidelines and they now include the Vented HALO Chest Seal. Click  the link to see the recent changes to our Medical lineup!

EDC Trauma Kit

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Newly redesigned to contain a full-size tourniquet, the EDC Trauma Kit is the original vacuum-sealed pocket trauma kit and the smallest, full-featured EDC kit on the market. It fits perfectly in your back pocket and gives you the ability to carry lifesaving equipment with you wherever you go.

Designed with a minimum footprint and fully capable of treating the number one CoTCCC preventable cause of death; extremity hemorrhage AKA bleeding out. The EDC Trauma Kit is literally the size of an average wallet, can be stuffed in a back pocket and only weighs 6 ounces with the included pouch.

Click here to grab your EDC Trauma Kit!

ETA Trauma Kits

ETA Trauma Kits

Developed by our 18D Corpsman and following the CoTCCC Guidelines, the ITS ETA Kit combines the best products on the market to treat the three leading preventable causes of death in the field. These are Extremity Hemorrhage, 60%; Tension Pneumothorax, 33% and Airway Obstruction, 6%.

Our ETA Trauma Kits are available in a tall vacuum-sealed configuration referred to as the “Tallboy” or a wide vacuum-sealed configuration referred to as the “Fatboy.”

Every item in our ETA Kit is carefully selected to complement the others and serve multiple purposes. We stress the importance of having an ETA Kit within your reach at all times and these have been made to conveniently fit in a cargo pocket, glove box, backpack, laptop bag, briefcase, you name it.

Click here to pick up your ETA Trauma Kit!

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Discussion

  • Marrk_556

    Always have wondered; why is there no chest seal in the EDC kit?

    • bullitt4686

      @Marrk_556 It’s not good to fold them, and for them to cover a good surface area, they have to be the size they are.  Hard to squeeze that into the EDC pouch.  But you can stuff some vaseline gauze and some tape in there.

    • Markk_556

      bullitt4686 That’s what I thought, just wanted to see if there was any other reasons. I usually carry  2 large “TegaDerm” in my pocket kit and a healthy source of tape.

  • TheWaker43

    Just curious, what did the SOFTT-W replace?

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