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1st in First Aid: MOBILIZE RESCUE SYSTEMS COMPACT

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ZOLL Mobilize Utility Rescue System provides individuals with easy access to medical equipment and real-time, interactive instructions on how to help save lives. Offers individual public access Utility kit includes supplies to manage life-threatening injuries such as severe bleeding and airway complications. This kit comes with an individual user license for the Mobilize Rescue application, that is accessed through a mobile phone. App provides step-by-step interactive instructions on how to use the supplies in the kit, so even untrained rescuers can manage patient care. Features the same medical capabilities as the Compact rescue system, the Utility kit is small enough to fit perfectly in a classroom desk, a glove compartment, or other small space.

Key Features:

  • Medical supplies to manage severe bleeding, airway issues, hypothermia, and more
  • Real-time, step-by-step directions provided by the Mobilize Rescue app
  • Clearly organized and color-coded supplies with alpha-numeric labels that correspond to the interactive instructions in the app
  • Single-user app license
  • App available for iOS and Android devices
  • Time-stamped summary of actions taken to share with EMS
  • Compact and lightweight design makes it easy to store or take on the go

Kit Includes:

1 Individual user license for the Mobilize Rescue app
1 SOF-T Wide tourniquet
1 4″ emergency trauma dressing
1 QuikClot bleeding control dressing
1 Hyfin chest seal
1 CPR face shield with bite block
1 Emergency space Mylar blanket
1 Trauma shears
8 Nitrile gloves

Part Number:
8911-004000-01 v 

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Style of Case

Red Regular Case, Gray Rugged Case

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