• Preparing Multiple Emergency Medical Kits | PDN
    4:25

    When dealing with the variety of medical problems you may encounter in your daily life, the best solution is to prepare multiple emergency medical kits. Rob Pincus has several kits with different contents for everyday carry on the body, storage in a vehicle, and keeping at home. He demonstrates what goes in three of his

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  • How to Apply a Tourniquet
    8:23

    The first line of defense against bleeding out of the arms or legs is a tourniquet. The myth that a tourniquet poses a threat to the limb has been debunked by numerous studies. Caleb Causey of Lone Star Medics demonstrates how to apply a tourniquet to an arm or leg and offers tips for efficient

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  • Ankle Medical Kit
    2:38

    Caleb Causey of Lone Star Medics is on hand to discuss Tactical Medical Solutions’ Ankle Rig, an innovative way to carry an emergency medical kit that you may need in a worst-case scenario. The rig contains a tourniquet, chest seal, and QuikClot Combat Gauze to treat penetrating trauma. The ankle wrap that contains these items

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  • Roadside Emergency Kit: Medical Equipment for a Vehicle
    4:25

    Rob is at the PDN Training Tour Truck to discuss keeping emergency medical equipment in a vehicle. We may want to render aid after a traffic accident, defensive situation, or other incident where people need help. The roadside emergency kit should be staged so it can be quickly and easily accessed. Rob’s roadside emergency kit

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  • An Efficient Go Bag: Emergency Supplies
    5:39

    Rob Pincus talks about putting together an efficient “go bag” for a worst case scenario situation which forces you to leave your home or business. Ammunition, medical supplies, security devices and other items are covered, as well as what type of bag might make the best choice for the widest set of plausible circumstances.

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