Medical Kits & IFAKs

First responders are often called upon to provide services that are not in their normal line of duty. Most public safety officers are either required or elect to equip themselves with the basic supplies needed to deliver emergency first aid. Go Tactical has pre-packaged IFAKs and medical kits as well as refill supplies to keep you at-the-ready.

Individual First Aid Kits (IFAKs)

Statistically, law enforcement agents in the field are most likely to deliver first aid to one of their own. The supplies they need the most are those that address hemorrhaging and airway obstruction. Go Tactical carries IFAKs with basic supplies, including:

  • Gloves (latex and/or latex-free)
  • Tourniquets
  • QuickClot® (or comparable brand)
  • Chest seal
  • Nasopharyngeal tube

IFAKs come in packs that may be carried under body armor or on a duty vest. Packs are available in a variety of colors to comply with your agency’s uniform specifications.

First Responder Medical Kits

Go Tactical also carries medical kits with supplies for a wider range of applications. In addition to supplies in IFAKs, medical kits may include:

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  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Antimicrobial wipes
  • Antiseptic wipes
  • Bandages
  • Blanket
  • Burn gel
  • Cold packs
  • CPR mask
  • Eye shield
  • Gauze pads and/or rolls
  • Permanent marker
  • Scissors
  • Tape (cloth, plastic and/or duct tape)

Most medical kits come in durable nylon bags available in several colors for easy visibility and/or compliance with your agency’s equipment specifications.

Field Tested Medical Kits

Go Tactical carefully selects the products we offer. Our selection of medical kits have been chosen for their quality and performance in the field.

Find the IFAKs and medical supplies you need in our Albuquerque showroom or shop online. If you have questions about our products, please contact us.

Go Tactical carries IFAKs and medical kits for all types of first responders. Visit our Albuquerque showroom or browse our selection online.

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