Mobilize Rescue System Smart First Aid Kits

By: on September 10, 2017
$180 - $2,250
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Mobilize Rescue System Smart First Aid Kits wisely address a common conundrum of "being prepared": those of us who are down to accumulate and stow away gear, provisions, and medical supplies for emergencies, but who maybe haven't spent the time required to learn how to use them properly.

Most homes, offices, and businesses open to the public have a semblance of a first aid kit on site. However, the benefit of their contents is largely dependent on the knowledge and skills of the person administering them. Mobilize Rescue System Smart First Aid Kits are designed to guide untrained (or panicked) bystanders through standard and potentially life-saving first aid processes so they can initiate medical assistance while waiting for medical professionals to arrive.

Compact, Mobile, and Comprehensive Mobilize Rescue Systems all pair with an interactive app assistant. The app asks the bystander administering aid questions about patient symptoms and status, and then runs an assessment-based algorithm to help identify the most serious problems first. From there, it directs the bystander to the proper equipment in the kit, and then provides instructions on how to manage the emergency.

First aid kit contents are labeled and color coded to be easily located and recognized. They include modern medical supplies to manage conditions such as severe bleeding, allergic reactions, and cardiac arrest.

The Compact Rescue System is small enough to tuck away at home or work, or to keep with you while traveling. You can tap into the Mobilize app and work through it on any personal iOS or Android device.

The Mobile Rescue System is a larger kit intended for emergency response staff. An iPad is included tucked into mounting pocket on the inside of the lid, and comes preloaded with the Mobilize app for step-by-step instructions at any user's fingertips.

The Comprehensive Rescue System is Mobilize's complete Smart First Aid Kit, and should be installed in public places next to AEDs. It too comes with an iPad at the ready, plus a full stock of medical supplies ranging from tourniquets and dressings, to burn cream and hemostatic gauze, to an emergency blanket and biohazard bag.

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