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Individual First Aid Kit                   "Drew IFAK"

Individual First Aid Kit "Drew IFAK"

Individual First Aid Kit                   "Drew IFAK"
per IFAK

Drew IFAK contains (2) CAT 7 Tourniquet, (1) Survival Rescue Blanket (84" X 52"), (1) Lifestraw 1000 gallon filtration capacity, (2) Rolled Gauze (4.5 in. x 4.1 yds), (1) Mini Roll Duct Tape (3ft.), (1) pair nitrile gloves, (1) mini marker, (2) Vented Chest Seals, (1) pair 7 inch Trauma Shears, (2) Celox Z-folded Hemostatic Gauze (3 in. x 5 ft.), (2) SAM Splints (1) 24" and (1) 36" or (2) 24 inch, (2) 4 inch Israeli bandage compressed. (2) triangular bandages, (1) 6 inch bolts, (2) key rings (IYKYK)

*** Lagniappe*** - (1) CPR Mask, (1) Noir Armory Velcro patch, (2) Noir Armory Stickers, (1) red cross Velcro patch.

Dr. Charles Drew pioneered techniques for separating and preserving blood components-especially blood plasma. His expertise saved thousands of lives during World War II. Dr. Charles Drew attended McGill University School of Medicine in Canada, because, at the time, America’s top medical schools were not accepting black students. Dr. Drew went on to revolutionize ways to process and store blood plasma in order to save thousands of soldiers during World War II. He directed the blood plasma programs of the United States and Great Britain in World War II, but resigned after a ruling that the blood of African-Americans would be segregated. After creating two of the first blood banks, Drew returned to Howard University in 1941. He served as a professor there, heading up the university’s department of surgery and became the chief surgeon at Freedmen’s Hospital. Later that year, he became the first African-American examiner for the American Board of Surgery.   

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