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ODM Individual Bleeder Kit, V2
with SWAT "T" Tourniquet

This exclusive ODM IBK V2 was designed with all public safety professionals in mind, but is geared specifically towards those who put themselves in harms way. This little kit is the answer to gaining the upper hand on hemorrhage control while keeping cost and real estate on your duty belt in check.

It contains all the supplies you need to administer basic first aid in combating the #1 cause of death due to combat related activity: HEMORRHAGE CONTROL.

Because of its compact size, it stores easily on your duty belt without getting in the way either vertically (at left) or horizontally (below).

Ok, so the question is:, "How many LEO's carry something on their person for the 'worst case scenario'? " The response is rote: "I keep a first aid kit in the trunk of my patrol car" or "in my bailout bag" which would do them a world of good after getting into a gunfight after a foot pursuit.

So why don't more LEO's carry something on their duty belt? The answer is "REAL ESTATE" - NOT ENOUGH ROOM ON THE BELT, I GET IT...

Well, now there's no excuse...

The Kit comes with the following supplies:
1 pair of BlackSeal Nitrile Gloves for body substance isolation
1 Conform Bandage Roll (which has the same dimensions and design of our H & H priMed Gauze and Z-Pak Gauze Dressing which is 4.1YD x 4.5 but is more cost effective and does'nt come in a subdued camo packaging
1 SWAT "T" Tourniquet which is great as a pressure bandage as well as a tourniquet
1 roll Combat Reinforcement Medical Tape which is great for occlusive dressings in open chest wounds.
In 25 years of prehospital medicine, I've responded on my fair share of officers that caught a bullet in an exchange with a perp and I've gotta tell ya', EMS can't always be "Johnny On The Spot"; EMS is often times told to hold back until the scene is secure. A person can bleed out of a femoral artery rupture in +/- 3 minutes.

I know of one case that had the 2nd and 3rd officers in not been former paramedics, a wounded officer would have lost more than just his leg...

Look, it isn't necessary to have officers/deputies go out into the streets without the most basic tools on them to save their life, or the life of their fellow officer. Hopefully, the only thing they'll be using and replacing in this kit is the barrier gloves.


Application in theory:

Whenever possible, and if the wounded operator can, have them apply direct pressure to the wound site.

  1. Don your BlackSeal Nitrile Gloves
  2. Open and apply the Conform Bandage Dressing either on or packed in the penetrating wound (depending on your training and department's approved protocol).
  3. Apply the SWAT "T" Tourniquet as a pressure bandage over the wound site. If needed, apply more pressure to the SWAT "T" so that it acts as a tourniquet (see instructions on the SWAT ""T" packaging or click here for a video demonstration of the SWAT "T", follow local or department approved protocol).
  4. If necessary, use the Combat Reinforcement Medical Tape for additional security of the bandaging or dressings or use as a an improvised chest seal (with our without SWAT "T" wrapper).
These  items come packed in our Tech Pouch and contents are held in place by a flap cover that's secured with a large patch of Hook and Loop.  A Large pull tab on base of the assists in the opening of pouch

The Tech Sheath is designed with multiple mounting options in mind:

  • Horizontally with the use of the sewn M.O.L.L.E. loops or by the Velcro straps
  • Vertically with the assistance of one 4"MOD Straps.
  • Or Vertically by the Velcro straps on say, a harness strap.

At Right:
Kit packed in black
Tech Pouch, a very flat profile




At Left:
Vertical mounting option with
4" MOD Strap



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Order Form Information  
Qty. Item# Description Color MSRP List Price
ODM IBKv2 Individual Bleeder Kit V2 $25.22 $21.99
ODM IBKv2 Individual Bleeder Kit V2 - POUCH ONLY $11.40 $10.00

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