LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack
LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack

LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack

SKU #: LAPG-AC-TraumaPack
MSRP: $19.99

The LA Police Gear Pocket Trauma Pack is a starter medical kit that features many of the basic supplies you may (but hopefully won't) need. The amazing feature of this pack is it's convenient size. It's compact size makes it easy to store in a bug out bag or bailout bag, throw in your car or truck, or even in the cargo pocket of your favorite LA Police Gear Operator Pants. Grab a few today and make sure you have at least one at home, one in your car, and one at work. First Aid Kits are an extremely important part of any bug-out kit, and if space and/or weight is a concern this is one of the best packed kits you will find.

Trauma Pack Contents:

  • (1) Resealable LA Police Gear Trauma Pack Bag
  • (1) Pair of Nitrile Gloves in Baggie w/Biohazard Tag
  • (1) Conforming Gauze Nonsterile
  • (2) Sterile Gauze 4" x 4"
  • (2) Sterile Gauze 2" x 2"
  • (1) Trauma Pad 5" x 9"
  • (1) Triangular Bandage
  • (1) Roll of Duct Tape 2" x 26"
  • (5) Benzalkonium Chorlide Wipes
  • (1) Set of Trauma Instructions
  • Reviews
    69 Reviews
    68% (47)
    22% (15)
    0% (0)
    6% (4)
    4% (3)
    87% Recommend this product (60 of 69 responses)
    By Freddie
    Nashville, Tn
    November 11, 2017
    Trama Pack
    This is a good product to have for emergencies.
    By Steve
    November 1, 2017
    Not a true "trauma pack", more of a first aid pack
    A modern day "trauma pack" must contain "Stop the Bleed" items. Yes, this does have some tools that can be used to stop a bleed. But, the two items every true "Trauma Pack" MUST have is a tourniquet and a quick clot combat gauze, some would argue the need of an Israeli bandage as well. The first two items save more lives than everything in this kit combined.... times 1000! I give this a two star rating because it can stop a minor cut through a typical bleed. Anything that falls into an arterial bleed or greater, this will not even come close to helping.
    Pros1. Small (ish) 2. Can help control minor "trauma" such as a paper cut, stapler malfunction, or the occasional thorn in the toe.
    Cons1. No true trauma items. 2. No tourniquet 3. No quick clot gauze 4. No Israeli bandage
    By ernest stull
    August 20, 2017
    good individual first aid packet.
    good for emergency.
    By AZMark
    Phoenix, AZ
    July 21, 2017
    Excellent all-in-ine addition to any IFAK
    While this pack alone doesn't complete a proper first aid kit, it gets you further than most, and the price is unbeatable. I like to add an Israeli compression bandage, a rigid tourniquet, extra pair of gloves and surgical scissors (and perhaps some Quik-Clot) to round things out, but this Pocket Trauma Pack alone is outstanding and would suffice for 90+% of the scenarios we're likely to come across. I have a kit in every vehicle, range bag, bug-out bag, camping rig and house.
    By Toolman1
    Titusville florida
    July 21, 2017
    Just what you need to have with you!
    I love this idea! when you need it, and don't have it- then what? It is compact enough to store and take with you anywhere, fits in to go bags, luggage, and backpacks. great for an outdoor trek adventure, with an immediate option in case of a serious incident! It is also water proof packed, so the extended life of the product is a plus also!
    ProsGreat size, and packaging for any scenario! On the spot immediate first aid at a higher level then the basic kit!
    Consnone I can find at this time!
    By Ben
    Irvine, CA
    July 2, 2017
    Got it for free, not really a trauma kit
    I got this product for free, since I ordered over 99$ from the website. While labeled as a trauma kit, I wouldn't trust this with my life if I got stabbed in the leg, shot in the arm, or got a hole in my chest. It's a great supplement to any basic first aid kit or a trauma kit, but I wouldn't use it alone.
    ProsCheap! Comes with a lot of things needed in a basic first aid kit.
    ConsLacks a hemostatic agent, combat gauze/dressing, or improvised tourniquet you would find in a standard trauma kit
    By Detective Dave Graham
    Chicago suburbs
    January 25, 2017
    Small enough and comfortable to wear in cargo pocket all day.
    By Mikhail Noel
    New Jersey
    January 2, 2017
    Loved this
    If you don't have one you need to get one it's really helpful especially if your in the range a lot mistakes happen may not be you but someone else being a first responder expect the unexpected
    ProsIt comes with everything you would need to treat almost any trauma or lacerations this deserves a 10 and fits in your cargo side pockets perfect 👌🏾
    By Patrick Logan
    December 21, 2016
    Handy Pack
    Bought a couple of these to throw in my range bags. Never know when you'll need it but will be glad you have it if you do.
    ProsSmall and lightweight but has what you need.
    By Dan
    December 18, 2016
    Better thaqn nothing
    This small package contains just enough to patch up one severe laceration or a few small ones. As far as trauma and bulk it doesn't fit nicely in a cargo pocket. It could be easily improved by vacuum packing it which would reduce bulk by half. You would be better served with a better quality triangular bandage and sterile wound packing gauze.
    ProsPrice for $10 people might be willing to buy it. Has minimum items in it that might help in an emergency
    ConsBulky (to reduce bulk you have to remove air and to do that you have to unseal it) No wound packing gauze Nothing to use to tighten a tourniquet a 4 x 1/4 plastic rod included would solve that problem. Antiseptic wipes? While great for a boo-boo kit they serve no purpose in a "trauma kit" No airway aid, no CPR mask, Needs at least 2 pairs of gloves
    By Justin
    December 10, 2016
    There if I need it.
    Like all medical items, I hope I do not have to use it, but I carry it anyway. It is nice knowing if someone needs more than a Band-Aid, it is there.
    ProsThere if you need it.
    By Matt
    November 6, 2016
    A nice affordable pocket pack
    Great for everyday use and carry in a cargo pocket.
    By Kris Davenport
    Louisville, ky
    October 20, 2016
    pocket trauma pack
    Great to always have with you, because you never know when your going to need it.
    ProsGreat price, and always good to have with you, no matter where you go.
    ConsNo cons,
    By Carl
    September 8, 2016
    By Tom
    July 30, 2016
    4 Questions & 12 Answers
    from Jensen Beach, FL asked:
    May 17, 2017
    What are the dimensions of this pack?
    2 Answers
    The dimensions are approximately 13” x 10”.
    Customer Service
    on May 18, 2017
    If you fold the flaps of the packaging down, it measures out to roughly 5.25"H x 3.5"W x 1.75"D
    Shawn Winston
    on July 13, 2017
    from Salida, CA

    from Lake of the Ozarks, MO asked:
    November 30, 2016
    Are the contents individually packaged and sterile?
    1 Answers
    Yes these are individually packed and sterile.
    Customer Service
    on December 1, 2016

    from Upland, CA asked:
    September 12, 2014
    Would these packs fit into pretty standard IFAK pockets/pouches?
    1 Answers
    Yes they would fit just fine.
    Customer Service
    on September 12, 2014

    from California asked:
    February 8, 2014
    what kind of serious injuries can I treat with this pack (sucking chest wound, internal hemorrhaging ect) ?
    8 Answers
    this kit is more of a basic starter kit that is very compact. for more serious injuries you would need more items such as quickclot and a tourniquet.
    Customer Service
    on February 10, 2014
    You can treat plenty of serious injuries with this kit if you know what you're doing. You can improvise a tourniquet with the triangle bandage if you can find a windlass. You can treat severe bleeding, and you can use the duct tape to improvise an occlusive dressing for a sucking chest wound. You would need to monitor the patient to make sure he does not develop a tension pneumothorax. This kit is not ideal for combat because it does not facilitate quick treatment, but it has everything you need to treat common life threatening injuries (except airway injuries) if you have some basic knowledge.
    on April 1, 2014
    from Savannah, GA
    This kit would be for more serious injuries than say just band-aids will cover. It can be applicable for slightly larger flesh wounds, mostly from mechanical injury. This kit would not likely work it you needed a tourniquet, any internal injuries, or other larger traumatic injuries.
    on February 10, 2014
    from NJ
    In an emergency you can use this kind of kit for a sucking chest wound. You would apply the bag flat over the wound and apply the duct tape to 3 sides. This allows air out but when the patient inhales the bag closes the wound.
    on February 10, 2014
    from Texas
    NOT A TRUE TRAUMA PACK. Don't be fooled by the big Red Cross. It's cheap but u are getting very little. No tourniquet, no chest seal, no shears, no packing gauze. Put ur money towards a serious kit.
    on February 24, 2014
    from California
    My only complaint is that it should have the contents typed out on the outside, so you do not have to open the outer wrapping to find out what is in it. I went ahead and printed it out and stuck it on the back. I would still have a basic kit with bandaids, antibiotic ointment, medical and duct tape, cleaners, eye drops, aspirin, scissors, scalpel and blades, hemostats, suture and needles, etc. And, when I travel overseas, I carry my own needles and syringes. The most important thing in a trauma is knowing what you have and where it is.
    Steve P
    on May 30, 2014
    from Cleveland, OH
    This is NOT a trauma kit. You can treat minor to moderate lacerations only. It is a pocket first aid kit and a large one at that with very few useful items. If you brought it hiking, fine, but I would NOT recommend it for anyone who might have to deal with a major injury.
    on May 4, 2016
    from Bostonia
    For those of you saying use duct tape for SCW have you ever actually applied duct tape to a chest covered in blood, sweat, hair, puke, spit whatever? Duct tape will not stick there is a reason thing"s like HALO seals and AED pads use a super sticky gel like adhesive.
    on December 18, 2016
    from Alaska

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