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Smokin Joe
01-06-2005, 23:33
Our nurses are currently using this (see pic) when they respond to medical emergencies. To me its a total cluster pluck with all of there shit just stuffed into the bag. They can't find anything quickly and well its just a total POS. Does anyone make a bag isert that organizes med stuff? I have checked TT.com, LF.com (not LF.net though) and Geardo.com. The RAID medical insert seems a little too big. The Black Ops Med Bag looks cool to me but they would just like an insert that they can unroll and have all there stuff organized and layed out.

Supplies in the bag are (its a very basic first reponder bag):
500ml distilled water
4X4's
Gauze Bandages
Triangular Bandage
Trouniquets
Bandaids
Light
EMT Shears
Pen
Gloves
Small Sharpes Container
Alcohol Swapes
Betadine

Thank you for your time and replys

The Reaper
01-07-2005, 07:23
TSSI/Eagle M-4 Med Bag?

http://www.professionalsoldiers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3500&goto=nextnewest

TR

52bravo
01-07-2005, 08:39
a link to the RAID medical insert? never see it.

can't find it on LF

NousDefionsDoc
01-07-2005, 08:44
Several companies make roll out organizers if that is what they want.

SOTECH comes to mind. Number is 1-800-615-9007

BHI also makes one, but I would talk to SOTECH. They have a lot of med stuff either in the works or not on their website yet.

SOTECH MED ROLL OUT (http://www.specopstech.com/st/catalog1.asp?view=product&id=1119)

Smokin Joe
01-07-2005, 13:02
Thank you TR and NDD.

52Bravo,
http://lightfighter.net/eve/ubb.x?a=tpc&s=7336015661&f=2756008371&m=462003756&r=462003756#462003756

52bravo
01-07-2005, 13:24
tx

Jack Moroney (RIP)
01-08-2005, 06:54
Ever thought about contracting to have someone make your own? Most bags that are designed are done so either for specific missions or with the "one size" fits all concept. For your purposes neither of these approaches may meet your specific requirements or accommodate the particular material you need. We used to make our own and did it by bringing together our folks and we came up with a form-fit-function approach that worked for mission specific requirements.

Jack Moroney