Nowadays the military medicine is in a really bad state. The majority of the military personnel doesn’t have personal medical kits and medications. The soldiers need a lot of medicines every day, including the anti-viral medications. We often tell you, how we send our medical kits to the Anti-Terrorist Operation zone: the medical kits are sewed, selected and filled up by our volunteers. And now we would like to tell more about this project and the first aid kits in general.
To start with, let’s consider what the medical kit looks like: attachment points are designed according to the MOLLE system, that is why the first aid kit can be attached to the belt, the tactical armor vest and even on the pack-sack. The medical kit has two partitions. In the first partition there are scissors and antiseptic. This partition is easy to reach - just pull the “hook & loop” fastener.
Then let’s see all the constituents of the medical kit:
- adhesive roll plaster;
- 2 pairs of latex gloves;
- antiseptic (Chlorhexidine bigluconate);
- Cellox (haemostatic agent);
- emergency blanket;
- elastic roller;
- arresting bleeding tourniquet;
- decontaminating pills for water;
- nalbuphine (anaesthetic);
- spasmalgon (anaesthetic);
- loperamide (anti-diarrhea medicine);
- gauze bandage.
Some of the medications require some extra protection, that is why they are packed in an additional cover, which protects from the dust and moisture penetration. The fabric is solid, with dense texture, it doesn’t wear out. The zipper is also of a good quality. The pouch will serve your soldier for a long time. Our goal is to provide each soldier with a medical kit. These medical kits are manufactured according to the program of the procurement of the components for the personal medical kit and pouch fabrication.