was listening to an interview the other day and the guy stated that people with training were more successful in a trauma situation improvising, than people with the proper equipment and no training. So training and proper equipment for the win.
https://www.news5cleveland.com/news/loc ... days-prior
According to Baker, a coordinator at Northern Ohio Trauma System EMS, it’s not about the tools that can save a person’s life, it’s about the will to do so.
"You don't need sterile dressings, you don't need tourniquets, you need the knowledge to act," Baker said.
Sometimes something as simple as a drawstring from a pair of pants might do the trick, and that’s something Lee learned firsthand.
Lee says everyone should take the class, because it's not if you will use these skills, it’s just a matter of when.
For more information on these free classes
If you want to purchase a med kit from an Ohio based company.
Eleven10 Gear sells their equipment at some local gun stores as well.