The Australian Rangers kit is an extensive first aid kit suited to the outback. It has been developed for personel with basic first aid training in remote areas. It has the capacity to hold a complete range of trauma dressings, oxygen equipment with C size oxygen bottle*, and a Samaritan defibrillator 500P with real time CPR guidance. The kit also includes the NEW snake bite bandage with indicators and air splints for arms and legs.
Kit Size: 54cm x 48cm x 32cm
Ergonomically designed bag with padded shoulder straps for comfort, with reflective strips for night identification this is a rugged durable kit.
This kit is regularly purchased with the severe bleeds kit for hemorrhage control.
Included is the Samaritan 500p unit with CPR assistance like no other defibrillator on the market today.
There are a few AED’s that measure force of your Chest compressions/CPR and advise you how hard to push. However the fact is each victim needs a different force to ensure blood flow (for adults this ranges from 20 to over 70kg). The Samaritan 500P is the only AED in the world that measures blood flow during CPR! And its blood flow that sustains life, not merely the force exerted on your chest during CPR. CPR advisor function, provides real-time feedback on the effectiveness of chest compressions. Even trained rescuers have no way of being sure that they are doing good compressions. In fact 70% of all CPR is inadequately performed. The model 500P monitors cardiac output during CPR, that is how effectively you are getting the heart to circulate blood.
All it tells you, the rescuer, is whether you need to push harder or faster or slower, or whether you are doing good compression. It also has a visual display of lights as an obvious gauge on how you are doing.
The front pouch on the paramedic backpack is 280mm x 260mm x 80mm easily accommodating most defibrillator brands.
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*C size bottle not included in the bag