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Considering the law of averages, a medical kit is probably a more important everyday carry (EDC) item than just about anything else, including a knife or a gun.To get more news about best ifak pouch, you can visit rusuntacmed.com official website.

There, I said it. A blowout kit or IFAK (individual first-aid kit) is just as, if not more, important than a firearm - at least when it comes to the probability of carrying something and actually needing to use it.

Before anyone gets upset and reaches for their keyboard to complain, stop and consider. Which one are you more likely to need, and which one would you rather have immediately accessible? Or would you rather have both? Looking at it from another angle: If you carry a gun, do you keep something handy to plug holes? If you carry a knife, do you have something to treat a stab or slash? If you drive a car, are you prepared to deal with injuries caused by a wreck? According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, 32,367 people died in traffic crashes throughout the nation in 2011 - more than three times the number of firearm-related homicides that same year.
Kerry Davis of Dark Angel Medical preaches the phrase "Train like you bleed." If you don't have some provision for an IFAK handy, you should consider it - on your person, in your laptop bag, your backpack, or your car. With just a little effort you can make preparations for saving a life, possibly your own.

Inside an IFAK
There are many medical kits available under various names - blowout kits, trauma kits, IFAKs, etc. You can also, as Davis says, "Roll your own." The semantics really don't matter. What matters is the content and the ability to use it.
The key here is having the ability to use your medical kit. The first time you try to cinch down the windlass of a Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T) with your non-dominant hand shouldn't be while you're trying to stop an arterial bleed on your other arm. "I can't hand you a Craftsman toolbox and say, ‘You're a mechanic now,'" Davis says. "We need to have the necessary tools and know how to use them."
The Headrest IFAK Kit was designed to provide personnel with an easily accessible and quick to deploy medical pouch that mounts easily to a vehicle's headrest. The large elastic band keeps the kit bag stowed securely, while the adjustable attachment straps keep the kit tight against a headrest. The durable side pull handles allow for the kit bag to be rapidly deployed from either side of the mount. The 550 cord zipper pulls are reliable and allow for quick access to the bag's contents.

This Kit comes fully loaded with critical medical equipment for point-of-wounding treatment during traumatic injuries. The design of the Headrest IFAK platform features durable nylon construction, multiple interior elastic loops allowing for the contents to be organized and secured.