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Offline Wilderbeast

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Just the thing to add to your hunting or gun range First Aid Kit.

I have three of these, $29.99 each shipped to you.



The H&H sterile Penetrating Chest Injury Kit provides proven emergency care for general, sucking, and exit chest wounds. The Penetrating Chest Injury Kit combines two of our most popular products, pre-sterilized and vacuum sealed in a 5 mil poly bag for easy storage and use. The Penetrating Chest Injury Kit contains:

    One (1) H&H Bolin Chest Seal, providing a flexible, creaseless solution for sucking chest wounds with its triple valve design, thick super-adhesive layer and heavy duty application disk.
    One (1) H&H Wound Seal Kit for penetrating chest injuries and exit wounds with a sterile 6″ x 8″ polyurethane rectangle coated with a thick super-adhesive hydrogel layer along with a 8″ x 7.5″ ABD Pad.

Here's a link that shows how to use this kit

http://www.gohandh.com/penetrating-chest-injury-kit/


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Re: Have a sucking chest wound? I've got just the thing. NSN 6510-01-590-7855
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2014, 01:54:43 PM »
I sure hope I never need one of them.... :doh:

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Re: Have a sucking chest wound? I've got just the thing. NSN 6510-01-590-7855
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2014, 02:03:20 PM »
I sure hope I never need one of them.... :doh:

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Well, yes, I can't argue with that.   :duel: 

It is better to have one and not need it than to need it and not have one. 

But it is much better to never ever ever need one.
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