The Doom and Bloom™ GRAB N GO™ Deluxe Trauma Bag is your first aid kit option to deal with injuries without having to dedicate an entire backpack for medical supplies. This kit is a powerful vehicle first aid kit for businesses or families, while versatile enough to serve as a camping/hunting/hiking kit for family or small group outings. This kit is exactly the same as our FIRST AID KIT CAR GRAB N GO® product, which has a FSA/HSA friendly name.
The GRAB N GO™ Deluxe Trauma Bag will cover most injuries that occur during daily activities. Such as: Burns, scratches, lacerations and bleeding, sprains and strains, blisters, wound closure and wound cleaning, bug bites etc.
The GRAB N GO™ Deluxe Trauma Bag comes with a SWAT tourniquet, Israeli pressure bandage, Celox (blood clotting powder), a large Ace elastic bandage, large gauze roll, various size pads, moleskin, CPR mask, stainless steel instruments, Steri-strips, super glue, sterile suture, instant ice pack, and more.
(SWAT tourniquets can not only be used on normal-sized adults like military-style tourniquets, but also infants, small children, thin older folks and even the family dog or other pets.)
The GRAB N GO™ Deluxe Trauma Bag is lightweight at 2 lb. 12 oz (1.3 kg). Conveniently packaged in a Voodoo Tactical military-grade bag at 13 x 9 x 4 inches, the kit will fit easily inside a backpack or bug-out bag, or use the handle for easy carrying.
Alton First Aid Grab N Go® kits are professionally designed by Dr. Joe Alton, a Medical Doctor with over 35 years’ experience and Amy Alton, an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, with over 30 years’ experience in the medical field. All products in Grab N Go® kits are original, new, and purchased directly from the manufacturer or first line authorized distributors. Each kit is expertly packed after your order is placed so the supplies have the longest expiration dates.
A video about this bag is available on this product page, however, and there have been several upgrades and updates in the product list since the video was produced.
Hint: For long-term survival medical supplies, consider our larger kits such as the Medium Trifold Sling Kit for a small family, or the Stomp Plus for a medium size family. For a group’s long-term needs during a disaster or for an extended family, consider our Ultimate Family Bag (includes dental equipment) or the Stomp Supreme Trauma Kit (with more trauma first aid-focused gear).
Often imitated, Never equaled.
GRAB N GO™ Deluxe Trauma Bag contents:
10 Nitrile Gloves
2 Blue Face Masks-surgical 3-ply
10 Hand Sanitizer Packets
10 Insect repellent packets
5 Oral Pain relief jel packets
1 CPR mask
1 Ace wrap 4" (Sprains and strains- for compression)
1 SWAT TOURNIQUET (or upgrade to a military tourniquet: CAT or SAM XT, both are velcro based)
1 6” Israeli EMERGENCY Pressure bandage
1 2g Celox hemostatic agent (for heavier bleeding- pour directly onto bleeding vessel) or upgrade to larger Gauze
1 Cayenne Pepper Powder packet (external use- bleeding; or internal use- mix a pinch into a drink for sore throats/cold/flu)
2 Raw unprocessed honey packets .33 oz each
2 Eye pads, sterile
1 Steri Strip, 1 pack of 10 (to close a wound easily)
1 Nail scissors- stainless steel
1 Scalpel, disposable
1 Clamp 5” curved or straight (useful as a needle holder)- Stainless Steel
1 Bandage scissors 7.25”, Stainless Steel
1 Silk suture, 2-0 or 3-0, 30", sterile
1 Superglue packet
1 Moleskin Sheet, 4"x4" (for blisters)
1 Cold pack
1 Glow Sticks 6" ,Green, 12 hour
15 Bandage, adhesive, 3/4"x 3"
5 Bandage, adhesive, extra large size
2 ABD dressings, 5” x 9”, sterile
1 ABD dressing, large size, non-sterile, for initial direct pressure on bleeding wounds
10 Gauze, 4"x4", sterile
3 Non-Stick dressing 3” x 4”, sterile
1 Kerlix 6" roller gauze dressing, sterile
1 Mylar solar blanket (for warmth or shelter, to prevent shock)
1 Cloth Medical Tape 1” x 10 yds.
1 Duct tape 2" x 5 yds.
1 Triangular Bandage with safety pins
1 Triple antibiotic ointment
10 Alcohol wipes
10 Betadine wipes (drop 1-2 wipes into potable water for an antiseptic wash)
9 BZK anti-microbial wipes (wound or instrument cleaning)
4 Burn gel packets (to relieve pain)
6 Sting Relief Towelettes (for bug bites)
10 Ibuprofen Tablets or Iprin 2 tabs per pack x 5 packets
4 Hydrocortisone Cream Packets
1 13” x 9” x 4” Canvas Bag
1 Instructions, waterproof paper, "How to stop bleeding", with color images included.
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How To Apply A SWAT Tourniquet: Review and Demonstrations by Nurse Amy
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How To Use A Tourniquet Correctly: 10 Critical Principles of Tourniquet Use
Training for how to properly use and apply a tourniquet involv...
Survival Medicine Gauze by Nurse Amy
Nurse Amy from www.DoomandBloom.net explains the differences i...
Active Shooter: How to Stop Bleeding Demonstration with a Control Kit
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What are Expiration Dates on Medications?
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How to Use Triangular Bandages: with 7 Demonstrations by Nurse Amy
Triangular bandages are used to form arm slings, support fract...
Longterm Medical and First Aid Preparedness: Are You Ready?
Providing first aid treatment, before EMS arrives, for injured...
Skin Glues for Wound Closure Part 1 with Dr. Joseph Alton
Closing minor wounds with skin or super glue requires knowledg...
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Great bag, have one in my car and getting a second. Sturdy, well organized bag has what you need to handle most day to day injuries. I carry it on the ATV when in the woods. I also have the Stomp Plus Trauma Survival Bag at home and the personal carry trauma kit. All of these are well designed and outfitted.
Bag is full of useful items, again I gave 4 stars because I am still learning how to use them. I am confident it will be a 5 star . It does contain items that many other similar bags do not have , so for the price I believe it is one of the best ones on the market. Believe you me, I looked a lot on the internet at these type of bags and concluded that this was the best one for me at this price range. I liked the detailed break down of the bag that Nurse Amy gave on the video clip. Other videos I watched of similar bags did not seem to go into detail , more like an overview instead. Once again I myself considered this more of a realistic demonstration of the bags capability and how to repackage it properly.
I am retired us navy physician assistant with 2 years on the uss carl vinson as a medical alert responder I wish I could have carried this bag. small but powerful contents