Whether you are part of an elite force on a combat mission or regular soldier in training, military personnel realise that injuries are very likely given their uncertain environment and rigors of their duty.
To stay prepared is their only solution to avoiding serious injury to life or limb.
That is why all soldiers carry first aid dressings.
But, do they have what they need to stop bleeding and deal with all wounds even in the most adverse scenarios?
There are several challenges faced particularly by military personnel in dealing with wounds that are unique to their line of work.
Soldiers can face wounds in the harshest of conditions. Wounds from gun shots, shrapnel, bayonet stabbing, burns and nasty cuts and bruises are only some of the common challenges to deal with on the field. Couple that with unhygienic conditions, limitations on time to react, absence of help and delays in rescue, the injured soldier faces serious peril.
The Solution : Field DressingTM by Trident Medical