A TFAK Is The Medical Gear You Need In A Life-Threatening Injury
Serious injuries where you must treat someone until medical professionals arrive.
But medical gear is heavy, so you can’t carry around a mobile hospital everywhere you go…
And basic first aid kits are not much help with trauma.
They’re for boo-boos and scrapes.
THAT’s where the Trauma First Aid Kit comes in…
But the term TFAK is relatively new.
So today, I’m going to rely on my Engineering, Design, & Preparedness background to cover the following topics:
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Do you already have an excellent first-aid kit? Great!
Now it’s time to prepare for more severe emergencies.
Carrying advanced supplies (items such as chest seals and tourniquets) are a MUST to save more lives.
That’s why I’ve researched and found the best ones that may be perfect for you:
When looking for a company that supplies first aid, you want one that's walked the walk.
My Medic was created after a tragic loss of a loved one in a car accident. The founder then decided to do something about it!
Among their many first aid kits, med packs, and supplies are their TFAK.
They stock this Pro level kit with the highest quality gear and specialty tools that WILL save lives. It is a micro-trauma kit specific to traumatic injury and carries no dead weight.
This makes it a kit for medical and firearm professionals.
Also, perfect for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.
Inside you'll find 35 medical supplies, including 15 trauma items, such as:
- Small EMT shears
- CPR shield
- Space blanket
- Mini tool mod with a penlight, tweezers, and whistle
- Saline wash
- Quikclot pack
- Emergency pressure bandage
- Compressed krinkle gauze
- Disposable gloves
- Zzips 2-pack
- Medical grade marker
- NPA28 mad pack
These kits are built in the USA and are HSA/FSA-approved with a lifetime warranty. They exceed the need!
↓ MyMedic Trauma First Aid Kit
↓ My Medic TFAK | A Hunting Season Essential
MediTac's tactical first aid kits line is for military, professionals, and civilians.
Folks who need first aid items for stabilizing injuries and emergencies.
These are their upgraded premium kits specifically for trauma.
With their classic, standard IFAK items like:
- a 6' Israeli compression bandage
- black nitrile gloves
- duct tape
- antiseptic wipes
- and non-woven triangular bandage
They have upgraded it with the following:
- Trauma pack with quick clot
- compressed gauze
- and titanium-bonded 7 1/4" bandage shear
They also include items such as:
- Chest Seal - HyFin Vent Twin Pack for prevention, management, and treatment of chest trauma
- Combat action tourniquet (CAT) for a fast and safe pre-hospital field tourniquet.
- 4.5" x 4.1" Six-Ply Compressed Gauze for wound bandaging and wrapping of injuries.
- 24" Padded Aluminum Splint to immobilize broken bones.
This all fits in their black IFAK bag.
This premium first-aid trauma kit is needed when out beyond civilization.
It uses a Dryflex resealable package.
So it is reusable and re-stackable while being waterproof and ultra-light.
It's trauma wear you can carry anywhere.
↓ Unboxing MediTac IFAK Kit – Trauma Pak
When you need to respond fast to control bleeds, this kit from Adventure Medical Kits is ideal.
Every second counts in an emergency.
That's why this quick clot gauze stops bleeding 5x faster.
How? It uses kaolin, a mineral that accelerates clotting in your body.
Other quality supplies, including 15 trauma-specific items:
- Triangular bandage
- Trauma pad
- Quick clot gauze
- Conforming gauze
- Dressing glaze
- Nitrile gloves
- Antiseptic wipes
- Duct tape
- And critical trauma instructions
Add this pack to your standard first aid kit to turn it into a trauma first aid kit.
First responders, EMS, law enforcement, and the military can use this trauma pack.
So you can travel safely, knowing you're prepared for almost anything.
↓ Adventure Medical Kits Trauma Pak With QuickClot
Do you want every chance of survival when dealing with a life-threatening injury?
Then check out Lightning X Jumbo Trauma Bag.
This is the ultimate medical preparedness, with medical supplies organized and ready.
The modular bag is set up for EMS and first responders.
It includes customizable compartments and removable, colored pouches.
So it's easy to keep track of your supplies.
You can organize and categorize your gear according to priority and type of incident.
Inside you'll find 35 quality supplies including:
- Kelly Hemostats
- Trauma Sheers
- Bandage Shears
- LED Penlight
- Band-Aids (100)
- 2" Elastic Ace Bandage (2)
- 4" x 4" Gauze Pads (25 packs of 2)
- 2", 3", 4" Roll Gauze (2 each)
- 2" Self-Adherent Bandage (2)
- 5" x 9" & 8" x 10" ABD Pad (2 each)
- 1" & 2" Roll Cloth Tape
- Iodine Wipes (10)
- Isopropyl Alcohol Wipes (10)
- Triple Antibiotic Ointment 1/2 oz
- Instant Cold Packs (2)
- Eye Pads (2)
- Triangle Bandage (2)
- Eye Wash
- Nitrile Exam Gloves (4)
- Universal SAM Finger Splint
- Glucose, Sting Pads (10)
- Adult BP Cuff
- Sprague Stethoscope
- CPR Barrier Mask w/ Case
- OPA Kit (6 sizes)
- 10" x 30" Trauma Dressing
- NC Tubing (2)
- NRB Mask (2)
- MPR Bag
- 4-1/4" x 36" Roll Splint
- Occlusive Chest Seal
- Adjustable C-Colla
- 2oz Burn Spray, 2oz First Aid Spray
- Emergency Blanket
- Quick Stop Hemostatic Blood Stop Spray
- RATS. Tourniquet
- 4" x 4" Burn Dressing (2)
This is a serious first-aid trauma kit, but you WILL be prepared and save lives.
↓ Lightning X Warehouse Series – Modualar O2 Trauma Bag
Primacare has a first responder trauma bag that should be in everyone's trunk.
This is a professional first aid bag for those not screwing around with their survival.
And have a deep-seated need to keep their loved ones alive.
It's a perfect size first aid trauma kit to fit in all essential lifesaving items.
And is only 18X910" with a large main compartment and 2 side pockets with zippers.
And it has a front pocket for quick access.
You'll find no cheap materials here.
How can you tell?
Because they use military-grade 1680 ballistic nylon, reinforced stitching, and heavy-duty zippers.
Reflective strips also make it easy to locate when dark out or in extreme weather.
What's inside Primacare's bag? That's up to you!
You can customize this bag with essential first aid and trauma gear for your next adventure.
Of course, you should include everyday bump, scrape and cut items.
And then stock it with trauma accessories like:
- chest seals
- trauma dressing
- compact and combat gauze
- NPA, burn gel
- EMT shears
- and other items of your preference
We included this TFAK bag because some people like to build their own trauma first aid kit. To stock it with items they know work well.
If you're up for the challenge, try putting together your own medical kit.
You can do so with this high-quality first responder bag from Primacare.
This acronym stands for Trauma First Aid Kit.
But these kits are in a league of their own.
It houses essential lifesaving emergency gear that the other kits don’t.
And it has a particular purpose; traumatic injury rescue.
And in a life-threatening accident, you need critical trauma supplies in one pack.
I pray you never have to see a mortal wound where someone’s life hangs in the balance.
But if you do, you have to be able to respond with precise and proper trauma gear.Click here to instantly download this Complete Checklist PDF. No purchase necessary.
Everyone should have a basic first aid kit in their homes and cars.
That’s a no-brainer.
We all need the proper supplies to respond to injuries.
But Gramma doesn’t need a First Aid Trauma Kit when going to Bingo!
So who does need one?
These professionals provide emergency medical services and are first responders to accidents. They need the right gear on them to save lives.
It’s essential gear for all active-duty soldiers facing real-life combat situations.
Our police and peace officers are in the line of fire and need lifesaving equipment—from knives and gunshot injuries to near-fatal car accidents.
While you are usually the predator, you may also become the prey and need emergency medical gear.
Hikers / Climbers / Mountain Bikers
Hiking is dangerous, and devastating falls do happen. You need to be able to keep someone alive until help arrives.
As a prepper, you want the best set-up for survival; these medical kits have everything you need.
Accidents occur, and a bullet wound is a serious injury.
Campers / RVers
You must prepare for the worst case when you get the whole family out in the backcountry camping.
A severe injury can turn deadly FAST when you live in remote acreage.
And you can’t just call an ambulance.
Instead, you need to prevent the loss of life until you can get to a hospital.
Anyone at high risk for serious injury, especially (when hunting, the gun range, etc.) without the ability to get immediate professional help!
It’s called being a responsible adult, so there are no excuses.
Trust me; you never want to be under-prepared for a crisis.
And while a basic first aid kit is better than nothing. It’s not enough when someone suffers a mortal injury.
Here’s the difference:
Individual First Aid Kit for Minor Injuries
This first aid kit is for superficial wounds like minor cuts and scrapes.
Medical situations where no hospital visit is required.
It has the bare minimum of medical supplies and is very compact and lightweight.
Most people have one around the house for non-life-threatening injuries.
First Aid Kit for Traumatic Injuries
A trauma kit is designed to house lifesaving gear for significant injuries.
So you can keep someone alive while medical professionals are en route.
It’s streamlined with essential gear specific for dealing with severe wounds.
This is to stop impending death and quickly get the casualty to the hospital.Click here to instantly download this Complete Checklist PDF. No purchase necessary.
Now you know what it is and why you need one.
Let’s review what’s inside that makes it stand above the rest.
Allowing you to treat trauma-specific problems like:
Thus, the specific medical gear needed is as follows:
Tourniquets are a tool that prevents bleeding by cutting off circulation.
You need an occlusive seal for punctures of the chest.
Used to control bleeding and encourage clotting.
You need to be able to cut through clothing quickly.
It helps prevent infection and speeds up healing.
This is vital for packing a large wound to stop bleeding.
Used when a person is unconscious and needs a clear airway.
Mylar blankets are ideal for preventing hypothermia in a crisis.
All these items are the bare minimum.
Most people buy an advanced first-aid trauma kit that includes these critical items.
Or they custom design their own based on their projected situation.
It’s now time to take your upgraded knowledge and pick up one or two of these recommended kits for your:
- everyday carry
- regular car or truck
- bug out vehicle/truck
- survival backpack
- bug out bag / get home bag
- bug-out location
- camping gear
Now go forth and survive skillfully!
Prepare, Adapt & Overcome,
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