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Who are First Responders

First Responders are individuals with special training in emergency response. They’re usually the first to arrive at the scene of an emergency. The dictionary definition of a first responder is a person (such as a police officer or an EMT) who is among those responsible for going immediately to the scene of an accident or emergency to provide assistance. First responders react to daily emergency situations and many of those situations call for lifesaving prehospital medical treatment.


What goes in a First Responder Medical Kit

Generally, a first responder kit will contain more advanced medical and paramedic supplies than your typical first aid kit. Stethoscopes, blood pressure monitors, wound dressings, and iodine swabs are just some of the items that you would find in first responder medical kit. We supply specialty kits like Pediatric first responder and oxygen responder kits that cater towards more specific skillsets.


Our Bestselling First Responder Kit

Our Small First Responder kit is currently our bestselling medical kit. The sturdy, semi rigid bag allows the kit to maintain its shape so supplies can be easily accessed. The bag has a slender profile so it can be easily stored in tight spaces. The inside of the bag features two compartments so supplies can stay organized and be readily accessible. This kit is a great option for medical professionals looking to keep a kit in their vehicle.


First Responder Equipment and Supplies

Every day, people’s lives depend on the effective response and skills of first responders. Having accessible lifesaving medical supplies can make all the difference in emergencies ranging from house fires to car wrecks. Airway management, CPR, and bleeding control supplies are just some of the professional first aid items that can make all the difference in an unforeseen emergency. While these medical supplies might not be used every day, having them available during an emergency could be the difference between life and death.